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Ronald Fraser

43" 2018 TV off for repair

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My LG TV picture was turning very dark and no amount of adjustment was helping, eventually finished watching in vivid mode, but this was difficult and very washed-out looking, I contacted LG who rightly told me that it was a a couple of months out of the 1 year warranty, and promptly gave me the 2 fingers, anyway I contacted John Lewis,  (the retailer) whom I had forgotten about them giving a 2 year warranty (brilliant) anyway an engineer came out, took one look at the picture and said something about the "blue LED's" and the panel needs replacing (no idea what he was talking about), so it's off for repair, I'm a little disappointed as my research was that lg was one of the best, has anyone else had a similar problem ? 

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