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Just bought 42in lcd tv three times the tv has shut off by itself and now av port 1 just stopped working should i use the warranty and have tec. come out

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Yes always use the warranty while its still in effect as most manufactures will replace a set if their happens to be a problem with that model and they get enough service claims on any given model.

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