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Power Issues Samsung LN40B500P3fXZA

by mrx714dl / September 18, 2013 5:55 AM PDT

Samsung model LN40B500P3FXZA has power issues - off, on, off, on, then won't power at all. Why is this not in the suit (the issue is the exact same as the suit).Samsung tells me to use a authorized service center. After all the horror stories on line about these "authorized service centers" how can I trust to get it fixed right the first time? This is a terrible situation with these Samsung tv's.

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