Question about Samsung Televison & Video
Call Samsung customer service, tell them the issue and tell them that it is a capacitor problem that all TV Owners that bought this model are facing and that they should fix it for free. I just called them and they said that if it is a capacitor problem then they will fix it for free else they will charge, the more the folks who call them the more they will realise that this is a universal issue and fix for free or issue a recall. Samsung is a Korean company and clearly they don't want bad press as Toyota seems to be getting. So call them and have you model and serial number ready. My warranty had expired too.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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