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Square WheelsSquare Wheels Posts: 21
edited 10:16AM in EggHead Forum
We bought a very nice TV this past April. 52 inch Mitsubishi LCD HDTV, etc... It has been great so far, until this weekend. Out of nowhere, some small areas started to black out. HHGREG says shove it you know where, will not help. MItsubishi is starting the run around with me, so I feel like it is time to bring out the big guns. Has anybody experienced this, and were you able to get any satisfaction? Any info would be much appreciated. TV has 1 year manufactures warranty, but it seems like they are not real excited to work with us. :(


  • johnvbjohnvb Posts: 46
    Post your problem on this forum, there's probably a Mitz owners thread somewhere there:
  • McPhreakMcPhreak Posts: 42
    If you paid w/ a credit card, you should be able to do a charge back if Mitsu won't help you out.
  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    um, crazy idea here... maybe check with your credit card company?

    c'mon, dude. three posts to the forum and two are with regard to your television set. :unsure:
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • Hey, thanks for keeping track of that.
  • SlotmercenarySlotmercenary Posts: 1,071
    i had the exact same problem so i sold the TV for $200 and bought a mini. problem solved.........
  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    welcome aboard.

    let us know if you have any questions about the egg in addition to television warranties and credit card benefits.
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,993
    i believe seth is crab legs whos been around for i dont know, back into the 90's. could be wrong, didnt crablegs have a different handle back then
  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    i dunno, man. i don't mind OT posts, i just don't understand the logic of "i'll lurk for a few years, but if i have any appliance problems i'll jump in and post"

    imagine me lurking for weeks on the iPhone and Mac forums then deciding to post: "hey guys, you all here are obviously very intelligent about the iPhone, and i have been actively lurking here reading about all the wonderful mac products, and you are all helpful. so here goes. i am thinking you might be able to help me light my fire for an overnight pork butt cook on my BGE. any ideas?"
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • Fishless, you are correct. I have been around since I bought my first egg in 1998. Had to dump Crab leg cause I simply could not make it work with the transition. Stike does not bother me, but thank you for jumping out there for me. I will gladly add to the cooking part of this board when I have something to add. One of the reasons I am still here, as I mentioned last week, is because of the communities incredible wealth of knowledge about almost everything. Stike has made many contributions to this board, and his name is one that I almost always read, so his comments didn't come as a surprise, nor did they bother me. I hope I have not upset the egg cart here.
    Crab leg back in the day.
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