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    lcd tv problem , light bleeding?

    Right then here goes, My lcd tv which is a 32 inch lcd tv samsung has a problem where whenever the screen goes dark like say in a scary movie my tv struggles with the sudden change of colour and it dims shade by shade kinda like an industrial light does.

    ive heard its called light bleeding , anyone?

    If anyone can help or has any advise on how to go about a exchange or refund as i have until feb until my warranty runs out then i'll be veryvery happy.thanks
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    Right then here goes, My lcd tv which is a 32 inch lcd tv samsung has a … Right then here goes, My lcd tv which is a 32 inch lcd tv samsung has a problem where whenever the screen goes dark like say in a scary movie my tv struggles with the sudden change of colour and it dims shade by shade kinda like an industrial light does.ive heard its called light bleeding , anyone?If anyone can help or has any advise on how to go about a exchange or refund as i have until feb until my warranty runs out then i'll be veryvery happy.thanks:friends:

    yeah its becuase your TV has a bad panel, they used to fit all there TV with an "S" panel which was really good, but for some reason ( I dont know) they are know using cheaper panels which are not as good. I think you can find out what panel you have, dont know how though, im sure someone will give you more info soon

    You need to contact the supplier of the TV, they will hopefully get an engineer to repair the fault.

    You are not entitled to an exchange or refund if the TV can be repaired.

    My computer moniter does this, it's not so uncommon apparently, it doesnt bother me, but if it was my tv i'd be annoyed... If I were you i'd take it back.

    You are not entitled to an exchange or refund if the TV can be repaired.



    Yes you are if the TV is still within the warranty period - the company may tell you otherwise & talk about their T&Cs, but the Sale of Goods Act is on your side.:thumbsup:

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    Yes you are if the TV is still within the warranty period - the company … Yes you are if the TV is still within the warranty period - the company may tell you otherwise & talk about their T&Cs, but the Sale of Goods Act is on your side.:thumbsup:



    Fine in theory, but not in reality.

    Can you imagine buying a new car in April, it goes wrong in December and you ask for a replacement.:roll:

    Yeah, depends who it was bought with, if it was bought through currys or any of the DSG group they'll probably just attempt to repair it.
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