EVERYONE CALL SONY- SONY HAS EXTENDED ALL OF OUR WARRANTIES. i have
this same problem with my 60" wega. i called sony and they explained to
me that the problem was the optical light box. it cost a grip to fix
even for them...so instead of fixing the problem they offered me the
best true flats they had at way less than the actually price. i bought
a 46" bravia for less than 550 including tax. i still have my 60" but
until i get it fixed on my own this 46" will definitely do. i hope this
helps you all
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Ok I know there was a recall on some Sony tv's regarding the optic block.. they were temporarily fixing them and it would not be a permanent fix so I ended up with a new tv, I would ck and see if your model was one of them. Good luck..
Your crib was recalled and company is out of business. DO NOT USE FOR YOUR NEW BABY.
This recall will be carried out by retailers since the manufacturer is no longer in business. These cribs were sold at Walmart, Target and Babies R Us stores. You should contact the store where you purchased the crib to receive a refund, store credit or replacement crib.Do not attempt to fix a recalled Simplicity crib. Please find a safe, alternative sleeping location for your baby until the crib can be replaced. It's important to note, as well, that all Simplicity drop-side cribs are already under recall due to a problem with the drop-side.https://www.cpsc.gov/en/recalls/2010/simplicity-cribs-recalled-by-retailers-mattress-support-collapse-can-cause-suffocation-and-strangulation/
From what I'm seeing online, the bulbs in the Ambilight may be the culprit. I also read that a firmware upgrade could fix the issue too. There was also a recall of some TV's with that issue, so I would check with Philips about your model and serial number and see if your TV was included in the recall. If you raise enough cain and threaten to never buy from them again, they may get your set fixed for you... even if the warranty is up!
see the end of this message for important information........................................ there were some models where that oil switch was causing fires .. even fatalities but i dont see that recall on your model ... it would be a sensible thing though to not replace that fuse until the problem is fixed .. as i recall the fires were casued by brake fluid leaking into a switch mounted in the braking system/speed control .. the switch had power on it all the time so it was even dangerous with the key off .. since i didn't see that recall for your model that doesn't mean a similar problem couldn't exist ..i would error on the side of safety .. here is a list of recalls for your explorer http://www.automotive.com/2001/12/ford/explorer/recalls/index.html WOW .. your car has been recalled for that fire condition .. i just missed it .. a little further look and here is what i found :................ http://www.switchfires.com/recall.htm if this is your case then its not safe to drive or even to put the car in or near your garage until repairs are made ..
Unfortunately RCA are a cheap and nasty budget end television. If it is out of warranty there is little you can do, apart from having it repaired or buying a new one.
The troubling fact is that it sounds like it may have been about to set on fire. This gives concern that it might be, or should be the subject of a manufacturer recall. So in your case, I would contact RCA once more and ask if your set is the subject of a recall? If they say no, say to them that you are going to contact the Recall Agency, because you think this set may have been about to burst into flames. See how fast they respond :>)