Question about HP PL4200N 42 in. Plasma HDTV
A few weeks back I turned on my tv and the opening "HP" initalizing screen was half black; then over the course of a couple minutes, the screen filled in so there was no more black blob, but it was as if I only had half the pixels, like watching tv on an old antenna set. I've heard the set just needs new plasma - is this true? If so, what is a good $ to pay and not get hosed.
Here's the number to HP case management 877-917-4380 ext.79, try this number and be firm that they need to fix this, I just had an HP plasma that was 3 yrs old replaced for free, no charge. Good luck
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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