Question about Sony LAMP BLOCK XL2100U Projector Lamp
We can turn off the TV but the lamp still stays on, it has melted the cover due to the exessive heat. The only way to turn off the lamp is to unplug the TV.
This is a defect that Sony has "kind of" recognized with an extended warranty, till 2010. I consider it a fire hazard and feel strongly that Sony is underestimating it. They are also NOT fully supporting the warranty and seek to charge me for repairing the problem, at the minimum an "installation fee" for the new bulb. BS. I am writing to the CPSC and Consumers, and taking them to court. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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