03-23-2019 07:17 PM
03-24-2019 06:58 AM
03-24-2019 10:06 AM
Best Buy did not knowingly sell you a defective tv, regardless of brand or retailer you bought it from this is always going to be a possibility. Defective products happen, that's why the Manufacturer's Warranty exists. It is also why Best Buy offers Geek Squad Protection, for when you want more time/coverage than a manufacturer provides. Manufacturers do not test 100% of items form 100% of possible defects as that is cost prohibitive, retailers like Best Buy don't break the seal of new items to test them because 1. Its cost prohibitive for us as well and 2. most customers want to break that brand new product seal themselves.
I'm honestly not sure what you're expecting.
03-24-2019 12:18 PM
Good afternoon, jbrowne999,
Welcome to the Best Buy Forums!
Thank you for reaching out to us about the concerns you have regarding your LG TV and your repair experience with LG's service technicians. I know how frustrating it could be to have to get something so new repaired, and I would like to help point you in the right direction for further assistance.
Since you're having LG repair this television for you, please continue to work with them so that they can take a closer look into this for you and see what options they can provide to assist. Best Buy would be unable to assist you with the repairs, or the technicians, that LG uses.
If you have any other questions or concerns that we could assist with, please let us know!
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