OK Guys and Galls, need some advice here. Bought a Toshiba 42WH46 TV, my first RPTV, in October last year, through a credit agreement. At first, everything looked OK but after a week noticed a very faint pink/red stain in the bottom left corner. Phoned the credit company how arranged for an engineer, from their service company to come out and look at it. Their advice was it was a convergence issue and the TV needed time to settle in. After a month still had the problem, called the credit company and went through the same process. Boxing Day, noticed that the picture from the analogue aeriel was very snowy and basically unwatchable. Watching the analogue TV signal using the signal from the VCR being fed into the TV via a SCART cable and there was no problem. Changed the coaxial aeriel cable for a different one and things were OK. Three weeks later the problem was back and lasted for 24 hours so I am thinking there was no problem with the aeriel cable and the problem is with the TV. Phoned up the credit company and arranged for the TV to be taken away for both the faint pink/red stain in the bottom left corner, which was still there, and the loss of signal problems to be sorted. That was three weeks ago, phoned the service company this morning and they are still waiting for a replacement tuning module from Toshiba and despite many phone calls, faxes and emails Toshiba still cannot tell them when they will be able to send out a replacement tuning module. What should I do? Can I reject this TV as unfit for purpose, bearing in mind I have had it since 12th October last year ? Any advice appreciated. Kenneth.