Question about Philips 42FD9954 42 in. Plasma HDTV
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My first response would have been 'No, of course not!"
After having come across these and similar posts, I do find some arguments possible - especially the points about those screens that had been mounted or 'hung' in such a way that there was an uneven or twisting pressure or torsion on the screen.
Having mistakenly shattered a car's windshield myself by applying too much pressure to a corner of it with a screwdriver, I can even buy the idea of a screen clamp being set too tight during manufacture.
Is it 'more likely' the screen was hit by a ball? I would suggest that more TV's are damaged by (embarrassed) people than are cracked by improper installation or manufacture. But apparently, the less likely scenario can and does happen.
I hope that helps.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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