Originally Posted by zurukea
I have 3 TVs in my room and 2 computers in the house. The computers never go off, the Tvs on everynight for hours, even during storms and i have no surgre protector. woudln' see how
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Originally Posted by zurukea
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Blame it on the dog.
Leaving a TV on for too long will not fry it. If it was during a thunderstorm, did the electricity ever go out?
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Lets not forget it was a Sanyo. The TV failed because it has cheap components.
I had a 19 inch CITIZEN and a 50 inch Sony in the past 2 years.
The Sony fried by over-use.
It was projection LCD.
Unfixable due to all light components dying or whatever.
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We have a PHILIPS 55" rear-projection and it fried itself after 8months. Still under warranty so we got it repaired. Of course I got blamed cos the Wii is hooked upto it. BTW rear-projection TVs are seriously unreliable and dont have long life-spans if used as a regular TV.Originally Posted by AceAlabama
As for this dude's problem I'd say it was due to the storm. We had signs of our TV failing it didnt just die in one night and this has happened to 2 of our other TVs. For a TV to just no longer turn on at all, I'd say it was electrical damage, not from having it displaying a picture 24/7.
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well i think your dad is just looking to point the finger at you, probably makes him feel better to have a reason to blame you for the loss of a television.
my parents got a t.v. for a wedding present 25 years ago. my sister is downstairs right now watching it as im writing this. so you leaving a t.v. on too much isnt going to break it, cause that old hunk of shit in my basement is on all the time, people sleep with it on, it gets left on for weeks straight on accident, etc.
and on a side note, i have a 27 inch sanyo flat screen that my friend gave me for free, its had a lot of use and its still perfectly fine.
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