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Current version by: jayeff ,

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Hi @tarpop29 ,
 
If your TV is less than 12 months old and you’ve had it from new, it should still be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
 
Verify that the TV is still within the warranty period and if still valid, consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not and you can’t find it search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert(insert the TV make and model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.
Verify that the TV is still within the warranty period and if still valid, consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not and you can’t find it search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert(insert the TV make and model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi @tarpop29 ,
 
If your TV is less than 12 months old and you’ve had it from new, it should still be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
 
Verify that the TV is still within the warranty period and if still valid, consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not and you can’t find it search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert the model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.
Verify that the TV is still within the warranty period and if still valid, consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not and you can’t find it search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert the model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi @tarpop29 ,
 
If your TV is less than 12 months old and you’ve had it from new, it should still be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
 
ConsultVerify that the TV is still within the warranty period and if still valid, consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert the model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.
ConsultVerify that the TV is still within the warranty period and if still valid, consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert the model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.

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open

Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi @tarpop29 ,

If your TV is less than 12 months old and you’ve had it from new, it should still be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.

Consult the warranty statement that came with the TV. Usually it is in the User guide for the TV, if not search online for ''Mitsubishi (insert the model number) warranty,'' and follow the directions in the warranty as to what you have to do to make a claim for a manufacturer’s warranty repair or replacement.

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open