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Never ever could bullshit its way out of a wet paper bag.

No surprise that its completely unemployable even in a VERY tight labor market.

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It shouldnt do that at all.

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Wrong as always with a TV.



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Some completely unemployable rabid welfare bludger claiming to be
you'd expect from a completely unemployable rabid welfare bludger.



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You should have monstered the seller and got it fixed under the statutory
warranty.



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In addition you do have some protection after the warranty period and that
is what the trade practices act is for consumers protection.
Like to know of anybody that has had their tv repaired or replaced after
warranty period and if they had to pay towards any of the costs etc....

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They're legally welcome to do that if they want to.

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The didnt say that. There isnt a date specified in the TPA.

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You do have the statutory warranty. The main problem with the
staturory warranty is that it isnt a nice tidy time. A TV can be
expected to last a lot longer than a pair of thongs used by a
junkmail monkey delivering junk mail to letterboxes etc.

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That is illegal with a warranty.

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You can usually get management to see sense and if they are too
stupid for that, the small claims system will make them pay anyway.

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Not one !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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finger to keyboard and composed:

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There is a voluntary warranty which the manufacturer or vendor may
provide, and there is also a statutory warranty. The latter can be
vague but it guarantees that a consumer has recourse to an implied
warranty of merchantability. A case was documented in an issue of
Choice Magazine where a manufacturer whose TV failed after two years
was ordered to repair it at no cost to the customer. It was deemed
that the general expectation for TVs is that they should last a lot
longer than the voluntary warranty period. I think if more aggrieved
customers took up the challenge, then product quality might improve,
or at least the bad products might be weeded out.

- Franc Zabkar
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well said Franc!!!!!!!!!!
Quality they are selling is absolutely crap

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