Reviews and Problems with Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE810UN
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Plagued by quality issues and poor repair service
David Schwenk, Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: This TV quit working 13 months after purchase. It would not turn on and the power light blinked. Sharp replaced the TV with a refurbished unit. When the screen was white, you could see wires in the background. They made a spiderweb design on the screen. I figure that the repair tech had to solder wires inside to get it to work. This refurbished TV lasted 2 years before it stopped working.
Summary: Bought this TV for my winter home which we live in 5 months of the year. After approx. 15 months, TV screen went black. Repair tech told me TV defective and Sharp does not make parts for it anymore. Called Sharp customer service and have been trying to deal with them for 6 weeks now. They will give me a refurbished TV with a 90 day warranty for an extra $549.00. I can purchase an extended warranty but have to pay the price of a warranty for a brand new TV - $299.00.
Has very good picture, but also has a hidden expiration date.
Kaz "Kaz", Amazon
15 November 2013
Summary: Fisrt off these current model TV's should cost between $899-$999 not $1799. This model is from early 2010. I purchased mine in Nov 2010 and it suddenly died in Nov 2013. Luckily I bought extended warranty, the technician said the set cannot be repaired after it would not power on and then he put in a new power module and the screen flashed blue on him fast, he said TV needs to be replaced.
Summary: This tv is without a doubt the biggest piece of crap EVER! We paid well over $2,000.00 for it from Best Buy (also a piece of crap)who tricked us into buying it by saying there were upgrades coming out to make it 3D capable which was a flat out lie. Of course, we didn't find that out until it was too late to do anything about it.
Summary: This TV was purchased from Military Exchange store brand new on May 2012, right out of its factory box it made our main living room look amazing, this TV looks really nice specially if you have designing background and know what to get along with this high investment TV. We didn't try the front control panel ie (Volume, Chanel, and power buttons)until a week so later, and just because we really liked the TV we didn't bother to take it back since number one it is heavy TV...
Summary: Only lasted 2 months. Bad power board. Then I read the reviews. It's a common problem. I returned it. It did have a great picture some ghosting and flashlight effect but a great picture otherwise.
Summary: Tv went out after a year and a half of minimal use. Called sharp customer service. They said they are unable to repair, the tv needs to be replaced. They offered me a refurbished model for 500 something bucks! No thanks. Never buying another sharp product. What a waste.
Summary: Tv Looked great when we first got it. after a while i noticed light and dark spots on the screen this can be seen when changing a channel when the picture is black. and now after a year and a half we have a red line going down on the left side it is hard to see most of the time but i know it's still there & it should not be. you should not have to pay $2,200.00 for a tv and not have it working properly.we did not buy a warranty & we should have but now it's too late.
Summary: After 4 months of using the TV (the warranty, of course, is only 3 months), it wouldn't turn on and I got a blinking error light. Called a TV repair place, they said "That's a panel issue. Sharp is pretty cool about this stuff, I bet they'll extend your warranty a month and replace it for free". He called Sharp for me and that's exactly what they said they'd do - come out and replace the TV for free!