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  1. There is a software update available now too.
  2. Line has gone but 9 channels are hard to receive in SYDNEY
  3. Yes it's always there. At first I thought it was a problem with the Source (new Fetch TV) but the line was still there after I unplugged the HDMI.
  4. Hi, How is everyones 75X9400C going? I have just found a line of pixel issues. any suggestions on the cause and fix?
  5. Hi Womble66, I agree with your comments however in this instance the OEM isnt involved with this Extended Warranty Claim that was purchased at the time with Good Guys.
  6. Further to my original questions, does anyone know if the there is any reason why the credit can't be taken as cash to offset the purchase of the replacement TV from another retailer (due to the preferred model not being available at the original retailer) Thanks
  7. Found a 9400c on display and this one had its legs on the inside position. Now to find one as cheap as possible in Sydney
  8. I definitely can't fit the 75x9400. Is the 75x8500c a full array? I know it's tri-luminous.
  9. Thanks metamatic, I'll start my search! but I will struggle as my TV stand is 1800mm wide. The 75" is 1929mm wide (by the look of the photos, the legs sit at full width right) The 65" KD65X9300C comes in at 1706mm wide and appears to be its little brother.
  10. Im in the market now for one, How is the Android on the unit? Any suggestions? Upcoming sales?
  11. Hi, Thanks for your responses thus far. My LG 65" came with 3 years warranty. It was purchased in May 2012. I paid an extra $200 for an additional 2 years Extended Warranty. The service guys found dead vertical lines in the RED and said they could repair it but the Extended Warranty team opted to provide a Store Credit instead. The Service guys took away the TV and said that the Extended Warranty team would not release the credit till it was acknowledged by the service agent. Now starts the journey to find a replacement!
  12. Hi, I'm curious to hear what others have experienced with their warranty claims. I'm in Sydney and embarking on an extended warranty claim for my LG 65". Questions I have include: 1. What fault did you have? I have vertical line/s 2. Did they assess and repair Onsite or did they take it away? (ifso, please include size) 3. Was your fault repairable or did they replace it? 4. If not, what happened to the old unit? Appreciate all comments. Thanks in advance.
  13. Thanks for your replies. From memory I think the LGs came with 3 years. (I can't find anything to confirm this) And I took Goodguys extended warranty additional 2 years. Hoping this isn't a drawn out process. If a replacement becomes an option, what are the current recommendations?
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