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Samsung LE46B650T2 screen

by pikefish23 / August 5, 2009 6:42 AM PDT

Hi everyone

I'll really appreciate if you can shed some light on this. I just bought the above 46" TV. Well, it's the third one after having returned the first two.

Is it common that the screen of a LCD TV is not sealed to the bezel? When I apply a very gentle finger pressure on the screen, especially on the corners, the screen moves backwards and away from the bezel, probably by about 3mm. It springs back as soon as I remove my finger. Is this normal? Will small dust particles not eventually go in and up on the back of the screen?

Your input is greatly appreciated and thank you.

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by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / August 5, 2009 7:16 AM PDT


The screen itself won't be sealed to the bezel, but should fit neatly. If it doesn't, do what makes you happiest in terms of an exchange or a repair. 3 cm, I wouldn't think, would cause any specific damage, but without being able to see it, the best determination is by you.


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by pikefish23 / August 7, 2009 3:42 AM PDT

Thank you HDTech. I will have a think about it and will try to get more opinions in the meantime. I love the TV and it will be a shame to return it.

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