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Circuitpro TV Service CenterAdditional Locations
Phone: (530) 221-2055
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Circuitpro TV Service Center offers TV repair services.
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- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
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Bureau of Electronics and Appliance Repair
4244 South Market Court, Suite D, Sacramento CA 95834
Phone Number: (916) 999-2041
Fax Number: (916) 921-7279
The number is 85849.
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Carl Windt, Owner
Electronic Equipment & Supplies - Dealers Home Theater
Alternate Business NamesThe Service Center
Products & Services
Circuitpro TV Service Center specializes in electronic repairs & tv repair service.
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Complaint: Paid Circuit Pro to pick up and return large screen tv. We noticed immediately upon return of the set that the flat screen was now concave. I bought a 55 inch LG LCD tv (55LW5600) from Best Buy 1 1/2 yrs ago. They delivered it to my living room, took it out of the box, and placed it on my tv stand. The tv has remained in that spot until a week and a half ago, when I had Circuit Pro pick it up for repairs. They were unable to recreate the failure at their site, although I repeatedly explained to them that at my house the tv's connected to the internet (via wireless), but at their site it was not. I suggested they "hook it up" to their wireless router, but they just wanted to return it to me after having the unit plugged in for a week w/o failing. When the set arrived here (they left it on the porch since I was out), we immediately noticed it was damaged, with the top edge of the set clearly no longer a straight line, but instead was bowed. The back metal cover of the set was clearly bent and deformed and the black plastic edge trim had turned white from having been flexed. Although the owner, ****** ******, was receptive to hearing about this at first and suggested I send the photos I took while it was still on the porch, he now claims his delivery people say the set was damaged in that manner when they picked it up. No mention was ever made of that "pre-existing damage" verbally, or in writing, until I sent him the pics. I personally supervised Best Buy's delivery of the new set. The box was undamaged, the unit was shipped vertically, and the set was lifted vertically out of the box and placed on the tv stand. We never relocated the tv or took it down for any reason. I paid to have Circuit Pro pick it up (and re-deliver it) because I didn't want to damage it. Circuit Pro insists that carrying a large screen tv on its side (with the screen in the horizontal plane) cannot damage it in this fashion, although LG's manual clearly says to never carry it in this fashion. When they picked it up, I had suggested to the Circuit Pro guys that they carry it out using the handicapped ramp, but they wanted to walk it down the stairs. I suspect that the up and down jarring of two out-of-sync men stepping on those stairs provided an extra flexure stress, when added to the steady-state weight of the tv, and provided a force sufficient to bend the sheet metal rear cover and permanently bend the flat screen into its now concave shape. (I am an experienced and highly trained (Stanford MS EE) electronic design engineer. I had my own high-tech design & manufacturing company until I retired a few years ago. The weight of this TV, coupled with the additional up/down flexure stress, is, in my opinion, quite sufficient to produce this kind of damage when hand-carried on its side.)
Desired Settlement: Ideally replace the tv. Alternatively, replace the rear cover and damaged trim stip (if possible) and warrant the LCD display against failure for 1 year, since the flexure may have caused a seal leak or these replacement efforts may cause a seal leak which could take some time to reveal itself. This set is LCD and should normally be good for far in excess of that date, under normal wear & tear circumstances (unlike if it wear a plasma type screen).
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