I see a settlement but didn't find the recall.
-> Did you try the link at the top of this forum? I'll put it next.
Hope they help you out.
I purchase three Samsung LCD TV's on 09/27/08 and subsequently got a recall notice about the capacitor problems which is well known and documented all over the internet. I had Samsung send a service technician out to my house to check out all three of the TV's. He told me that each unit was operating normally. I now have a problem that my 52" model will not turn on. Their customer service department tells me that it is most certainly a capacitor problem and again referred me to the same service company. I was told to call Samsung back to get a "capacitor consent" which I did. The service company subsequently called me back to say that Samsung is disallowing my claim. Apparently, the unit in question is two months older than those covered under the recall.
Samsung is not making an exception even though
#1 They readily admit it is the same problem that has affected so many thousands of their units.
#2 They previously had a service technician look at the unit for the same problem
#3 I bought three units on the same day, one of which apparently sat on the sales floor two months too long.
#4 I spent over 3 hours with their customer service (?) department and received contrary information from three different people. (I was disconnected twice.)
#5 They refused to make an exception in my case, even though if you research the problem on line, you'll see that they have made many exceptions in the past.
Considering how pervasive the problem is you'd think they would make an exception based on common sense and the fact that I bought three of their TV's on the same day.
From now on I will never buy another Samsung product