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# 44292 26-Oct-2009 19:17
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I have a 52" Samsung LCD TV that I bought when I was OE'ing in the UK in around March this year that is now giving me some grief.

I want to know if you think Samsung NZ will come to the party with the warranty on this as its only 6 months old and still one of their products despite it now being in another location?



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  # 267001 26-Oct-2009 19:23
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Only way to find out is by giving them a call. What's wrong with it anyways?




Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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  # 267004 26-Oct-2009 19:26
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Its got amnesia and forgets the picture settings every 5 minutes and you will be playing a game or watching TV,Blu-Ray movie etc and it will blink and revert to dynamic mode with low contrast and brightness etc.

Its highly annoying.

 
 
 
 


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  # 267009 26-Oct-2009 19:48
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Its in store demo mode. They do that to undo the messing with it that people do to it in stores.




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  # 267029 26-Oct-2009 20:43
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How do it fix it?

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  # 267037 26-Oct-2009 20:57
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Google for samsung store demo mode and read the second result on the AVS forums




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  # 267288 27-Oct-2009 15:12
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richms: Google for samsung store demo mode and read the second result on the AVS forums



There are those times when you need this  ;)




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  # 268208 29-Oct-2009 18:15
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Lol thanks guys I now have the TV out of noob mode and its working fine.

 
 
 
 


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  # 268443 30-Oct-2009 09:21
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Good to hear! :)

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