Wednesday, January 21, 2009

TV

It's no secret that I have wanted a 'big man TV' for some time now. Well, I finally decided to take the fiduciary plunge and go for it... plus it's on 3 year financing with 0% interest. Also, it makes me feel like I'm doing my little part to pull us out of this recession. Anyway, doesn't it look great?


Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you, it broke. As soon as I left the house this morning I guess it started doing that. But it's ok, it's under manufacturer warranty. Plus, I bought the extended warranty so it'll all be fine. Also, don't ask me why I'm watching According to Jim, I don't know either. And before the questions start pouring in (based on all the readers we have) (and based on all the people that actually read posts not about Azalea) the lines don't go away when I switch inputs or turn the TV on and off. Actually, turning the TV on and off changes the patterns of the lines, but they're all still there. The thing that really vexes me about it though, is that the lines go exactly half way across the screen... strange.

8 comments:

Serin said...

I really hope that's not an LG. We went through "h-e-double hockey sticks" getting ours repaired! But congrats on the new purchase!

Carl said...

I dunno, I still think its and ID-10-T error... Just MHO.... :)

Korbi said...

that is strange.

Miranda said...

Curse you big man TV for making us so happy and then leaving our lives so empty.

siberianluck said...

I'm suprised that you didn't know that toshibas break when both adults in the house have masters degrees or have completed all work towards receiving said degree.

steve said...

Have you tried powering the TV off and then on again? or perhaps switching which input it is displaying?






jokes aside... let me know if you need help loading it back up and taking it in.

Dallin said...

That sucks we got ours from some hot shop in NYC for hundreds of dollars cheaper only to have it come to our doorstep with the box ripped and smashed and a tv with a cracked screen. The delivery man was nice enough to advise me not to accept it our you kidding me what would I do with it? I hope they fix it for you pronto.

Spencer and Kimberlee said...

Oh, so sorry. Our man tv died shortly after we bought it to.