Philips Tubes = Junk?

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by ZenmasteR, Oct 29, 2002.

  1. ZenmasteR

    ZenmasteR
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    I have come across reports from various sources that Philips tubes in widescreen tellies are no good and have reliabilty issues even within the first year

    is this true?
     
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    My Philips 28" widescreen is still looking good after 7 years.
     
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    Wow,that must be one of the first ones.

    If it goes wrong within a year the warranty covers it.
     
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    It's worth purchasing your set from someone who gives a 5 year warranty.

    All manufactures have some problems. Philips seem to do well in Which? reliability reports, above average which is where Sony are.
     

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