VizioStay away

Review updated:

Bought this HDTV in Dec. 2009. In January I had a problem with the remote. After some haggling, the remote was replaced for free. In March, the TV stopped functioning. It turns out that the warranty excludes anything that has to do with power surges (there had not been one). On that ground, the warranty claim was rejected, and I was given two options: either have an onsite visit, which, including repairs, would have cost $400, or shipping the TV to California, for a cost of $250 plus shipping charges.

I bought a larger HDTV (not VIZIO) for $500, and I shall never consider VIZIO products again.

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  • Du
      Sep 01, 2010

    The same thing happened to my Vizio and I got the same prices for repair cost .He is right STAY AWAY FROM VIZIO. Any size

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