Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS64E8000 / PN64E8000
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Today my Samsung PN60E8000 TV broke after 2 years due ...
HCA "HCA", Amazon
3 May 2015
Summary: Today my Samsung PN60E8000 TV broke after 2 years due to the power problem which I am seeing an issue for lot of other people. I had Sharp TVs earlier and they never had any problem. I guess I will never buy a Samsung TV again.
Summary: I loved this TV until it abruptly stopped working after 2 years. Attempts to fix it have been futile. I've called Samsung several times and received terrible support. In fact, they drop me on transfers, don't have real advice, lost my case number twice, etc.
Summary: Do not buy. It has broken down to the point of being inoperable 2 times in 3 years. Samsung said they wouldn't pay for repairs because it was out of warranty. Paid $2600 3 years ago and I'll be starting over and buying a new TV soon. You couldn't pay me to buy another Samsung.
The TV sucks. I bought the extended warranty thank God
M. Owen, Amazon
30 January 2015
Summary: The TV sucks. I bought the extended warranty thank God. In the less than 3 year's that I've had the TV I've had at least 4 service call's where the technician pretty much had to replace everything inside it including the entire screen.
Summary: I have loved this TV every day since owning it, until today... As others have already said it has a power issue after 2 years. Today is around the 2 year and 6 month point for this TV and it is turning on for a bit and then going dark.
WARNING! Do not purchase any television from Samsung without reading.
24 October 2014
Summary: WARNING! Do not purchase any television from Samsung. I expected years of service from my $3000 PN64E8000GFXZA. In less than 2 years the power supply failed. (A simple Internet search or the other 1 star reviews here in Amazon will show you that the power supplies are poorly built in Samsung...
Summary: Worked fine at first, then it started turning off all by itself several months into owning it. Called Samsung, they had a tech replace the motherboard (over two visits). Now, I have a dead line showing up on the display after the warranty expired. This was a lemon from the beginning.