• Report: #765885

Complaint Review: samsung

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  • Submitted: Tue, August 16, 2011
  • Updated: Tue, August 16, 2011

  • Reported By: kjamroz — winona Missouri United States of America
samsung
Internet United States of America

samsung white spots on tv screen Internet

*Consumer Comment: How, exactly is this a Ripoff?

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4 years after purchasing a 50 in DPL tv the screen has white dots all over the screen of corse the warrenty ran out the day before and when i called in to get it extended they would not do this on this tv, i have gone to several websites and this is happing to all dpl tv and samsung should have a recall

the repair man i talked to said that he is seeing a lot of these come in and the chips to repair them is getting hard to find

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#1 Consumer Comment

How, exactly is this a Ripoff?

AUTHOR: Ken - (USA)

You say the set started having problems after 4 years?  How long was the warranty? I would bet, unless it was an extended warranty, it was good for ONE year.  You said the set started having trouble the "day before."



I'm fairly familiar with TV types, but I don't know what a DPL is.



Get yourself a new LCD/LED, and I assure you, you'll be happier.



It appears, anymore, that consumers want the warranty on any product they purchased, automatically extended as long as they need it.  It just doesn't work that way.



This is NOT a Ripoff.



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