JL is 28 daysNot gonna lie, but this latest news has given me the jitters big style. A lot of us here have just forked out some serious well-earned dosh to treat ourselves on one of these sets, and by the looks of it they ain't looking in the best of health after a few sessions viewing. Thought this heatsink of Sony's was supposed to prolong the life of the panel?
14 days isn't going to be long enough for me to get a decent amount of viewing in to get close to the hours being reported that this issue starts to kick in. So I guess my question is, what are my rights after the 14 days (no quibble returns) and if this problem occurs at say day 60-100? If it's a defect can I just say to JL come and pick it up and return me my £3.5k, or do they have me over a barrel and will only offer me a replacement?
Could I even request that they swap it out for something like a high end 2021 QLED or NanoLED, which could be cheaper and thus be a candidate for a partial refund?
This I guess is one of the advantages of our cousins across the pond getting these TV's a month or so before us. Right now the cons of this set are just starting to creep up toward the pro's and it's a tad concerning here...