Question about Televison & Video
Some plasticizer out-gassing is normal in new electronics. I personally would want to make sure there is plenty of ventilation in the room for the first couple of days, especially while the set is running. A burned plastic odor or visible smoke is cause for concern; if this happens unplug the set immediately and make a warranty claim.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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