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Returning Just Repaired Unit

by lackey91 / October 10, 2009 5:52 AM PDT

Looks like someone in the Northern NJ repair place didnt test it.
BD-P1600. I sent it to them to be repaired. Stuck on loading. Got it back with 9/30 software but it still wont read any media. Call Samsung 800 # and back she goes. BTW, if it goes back 1 more time and its not fixed, I can have them escalate and it is supposed to be replaced. I wonder if the 9/30 fix hasnt been tested on every version of every model. I should ask for a discount on my next Samsung purchase for my patience. I own a Samsung 32" LCD and a 52" 750 LCD as well.

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