Summary: We bought this model TV from Sam's Club. The TV caught on fire. I called Sam's Club first. They said they could do nothing because there was no warranty but they gave me a number to call Philips. I did.
Summary: I purchased this TV due to my older Phillips stopped working after owning it for 10+ years. I thought a 42" TV would be a good upgrade from the 25" I had before. After a while the TV would turn on and off by itself. Then there was problems with the sound.
Summary: Bought this TV a couple years ago and now all 4 HDMI ports dont work. Contacted tech support and of course I got the run around and conveniently out of warranty. Of course they were more than happy to refer me to several service centers at my own expense.
Summary: It may be Refurbished but seems perfect so far after about 2 weeks of use. Very easy to set up and I was even able to find the code so I can control it with my DirecTV remote. I only gave the features 4 stars because we haven't used many of the options yet.
Summary: I had an earlier model of this same Tv. The picture on that one was equally good, but the only deficiency that model had was the sleep setting wasn't accessible from a button on the remote. You had to go through several menus before you could set the minutes.
Summary: When I am watching this beautiful display it is hard to stop. That is what sold me on it when I first saw it in Sam's Club after 3 days of shopping all of the local sources where I could view operating TV's. It was among about 15 or 20 TV's in Sam's and when I saw it I just stopped and stared.
Summary: I bought my Philips 42PFL7403D/27 fifty-four weeks ago. I was happy with this TV until yesterday when it failed. As the disgusting, but telltale, smell of failed electronics permeated my family room, the TV started up with an unusable dim and blotchy picture.