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The Heat Wave

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by HDR, Aug 5, 2003.

  1. HDR

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    Just wondered - how are your plasmas coping with the heatwave.
     
  2. raqman

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    Fine, whats all this about them heating up, I have no idea, I watch my Panny 6 for 7 hours a day, and it has no overheating problems atall.
     
  3. GAmbrose

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    Mine does get hot at the rear though, and tends to raise the temperature in the room even more (along with my Amp).

    But it's not excessive and is seemingly working fine. I only watch it in the evenings when I'm back from work though, when it's a bit cooler.

    Gary A
     
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    Better than I am .........
     
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    My LG 17 is fine. No heat no noise......
     
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    My Hit 400e gets warm at the back but my Denon Amp gets quite hot - a mains fan playing on it brings the temp. right down to cool tho.
    regards

    Some like it hot - but it's cool Man..
     

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