Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS59D7000 / PN59D7000
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DIED JUST AFTER WARRANTY EXPIRED
Luci B, Amazon
8 March 2015
Summary: Started off a great Plasma TV. Just after the warranty ended, the TV shut off without warning. Samsung refused to help in any capacity because the warranty was expired, and our family is now stuck with a 51" piece of plastic we paid almost $1300 for. What a waste.
Summary: The first time I turned on this television it worked for an hour, and then a bright white horizontal line appeared across the screen. Not a little one, either, but 9 inches high! Samsung explained that because I had the TV shipped out of the country, there is no warranty, not even for the cost of...
Summary: I have owned this tv for about 23 months and just like others the unit powers on and off just like in the law suit that ended in 2009 same problem that apparently was not fixed, Samsung CS is useless they will not help at all because according to them it was not a affected unit and its out of...
Summary: The chronic brightness popping, a well documented issue with this set on CNET and in various forums, makes the TV upsetting to watch. Upsetting because you know what you paid and you also know that you have a low quality TV that Samsung does not stand behind.
Summary: I bought this TV in December 2011. In July 2012, we were watching TV and there was a loud pop and the screen went blank. There was an internal explosion that caused a huge crack in the TV screen. I filed a claim under the warranty with Samsung.
"Warning: Defective refurbished parts used in repair!!!!"
13 August 2012
Summary: Pros: When working, TV's picture quality is OK (not great). Cons: 1) The biggest con is the reliability and warranty service -- READ BELOW 2) TV does not handle fast-moving images as well as other plasmas. 3) TV does have a brightness problem.
Summary: I bought the Samsung PN59D7000 59" Plasma 3D HDTV after exhaustive research. The TV was actually hailed as the TV of the year in some circles. I've been in the TV/Film industry for 20 years and knew enough to avoid plasma TV's due to a myriad of issues.
Summary: Just to give an idea for those ordering now that the 2011 TV's are a deal with 2012's on the horizon. I was torn between this and a similar Panasonic model. With word of Samsung also fixing their Fluctuating Brightness, I thought I've give them a try.