I've only had it 6 months and it just shut off while watching. It won't come back on. I took it to a local shop and after a $70 estimate fee and 2 weeks, they tell me it will cost another $400 to fix it. I was told originally it needed another power board, but when I told them I can get another for $50, they changed the story. I need to deal with a decent and honest tech that can help me fix it as inexpensive as possible.
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