Summary: This tv was nice when i first got it - now that the capacitor isn't working (started not working before the tv was two years old) i don't care for it.....will cost way too much to fix and samsung did not compensate - i am truly disappointed with this purchase.....
Summary: If you're having issues w/this tv taking a long time to turn on, making clicking sounds, or colored dots appearing, Samsung will fix it for free or reimburse you for repairs prior to March 2012. URL is in the first comment below.
Summary: Looks like Samsung has produced an absolute lemon, sold it for $2000+ and then 2-3 years later when it dies, they do nothing about it. I have had the same problem with the TV powering off and had it repaired 3 times spending over $500. It died AGAIN last week and I decided to contact Samsung.
Summary: The product has a capcitor issue, that will come up right after the warranty expires, once you call for support, they aknowledge an issue on the capacitor and will tell you that your TV was produced on the only day that the batch was good, so SAMSUNG will not honor any warranty or deffects, be...
Summary: This TV is awesome WHEN IT IS WORKING. About 20 months after I purchased it my set started making a clicking noise when I turned it on. No picture and no sound for several minutes and then it would finally come on.
Summary: I bought this t.v. a year and a half ago in January 2007. Yesterday, my husband and I noticed a spot a quarter of an inch wide where there is no picture. It's very annoying and we're upset that it got this flaw all of a sudden.
Beware! Defective TV in warranty still not covered
Patrick A. Johnson "Dissapointed", Amazon
23 June 2009
Summary: I bought this TV in July of 2007. As with many other reviewers, I loved it and told all my friends to buy a Samsung. After 11 months, the screen went black. Sound, but no picture. Called for warranty service and they took my set into the shop.
Summary: This TV is only about eighteen months old and the picture shuts off after about five seconds. Everything else is functioning normally. It has been lightly used, since I used to be away most weekdays on business.
Summary: Still has audio but no picture. I expect a $2,000+ set to work for many years not just 16 months. The LCD has to be replaced for a parts cost of $1,800 and a service cost of $300. This amounts to the cost of a new TV set. The set is 4 months out of warrenty.
Somthing Always Malfunctioning, Service Utterly Not Good (SAMSUNG)
Y. Ma "professor", Amazon
21 July 2008
Summary: I had filed a report about this TV before (see below) and do not want to repeat my ordeal again here. But just want you to know since then, I have received many emails from owners of this TV and mentioned that they encountered similar problems after a year or two.from customers So I am very...