Past warranty all makers are now treating the current TVs as disposable. I see no signs this will change.
Greetings to all Frustrated Mitsubishi TV owners. I have a 52725 that just went out with the fast blinking green power light (DM module, circuit board, thermistor, or whatever?). After reading this and other forums, Im thinking I have a piece of junk that is more expensive to repair than its worth. And Mitsubishi seems unwilling to stand behind it at all!
Sooo, the next question that comes to mind is what manufacturer is there for you after the sale? I would prefer to avoid a company that has Mitsubishi's attitude toward problems that I believe to be design flaws. I am aware that new technologies bring assorted problems, but when a manufacturer is unwilling to support the customer after the warentee runs out, the frustration meter pegs fast. And when a $3K tv is junk after 4 years, my next one wont be Mitsubishi. Does Samsung, Sony, LG, Pioneer, Toshiba, et al back their TV's with decent support and recognize/address design flaws or is this the way all the Asian companies think about the US consumer?