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Topic # 223273 21-Sep-2017 20:26
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Turned it on this evening to find the picture is negative :( The screen is bright white with the colours either bright magenta, lime green or yellow.


I had a right old battle with my insurance company over a replacement tv about 10 years ago, I hope this wont turn out the same way. It's only 2 years old but everything I find on the web says the tv is replaced.


I wonder what the equivalent tv is these days. We dont use any smart features, have never watched 3D, just want a good picture with both Sky and an AppleTV.


We were without a tv for two weeks last time and we are having friends over for election night, so I might have to buy something tomorrow and just sell any replacement we are offered.

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  Reply # 1870529 21-Sep-2017 22:07
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Sounds like a claim under the CGA is warranted. Take it back to the retailer.

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