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  Reply # 1212513 12-Jan-2015 13:41
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Do you think its a software or hardware bug? The possible fix mite be different?



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  Reply # 1215034 14-Jan-2015 19:02
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This has all been fixed,


Very difficult explaining it to people, but I just show them videos from cell phone of it scampering around in screen, then they get it.


A big thank you to Konka, who where very helpful and said take back to retailer and they will fix as a screen defect under warranty,

also a big thank you to Harvey Norman Hornby (CHC), very helpful staff member, they just replaced TV with a new one.

Thankyou

PS, little mite/bug will probably find it's way out now., ha ha.



The new replacement TV.





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  Reply # 1215106 14-Jan-2015 21:09
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That's a good result from Konka.

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