I'm on my second set, first one crapped out 3 days after original purchase. started noticing the white spots when the tv is a mainly white screen, haven't done a 'legit' white screen test to check how many, but I know they're there. I'd like to wait until the B3 comes out and see about getting a replacement with one of those, and hopefullY that'll be the end of that.
But, after reading about all of these white spot ordeals, and vizio's stance on saying it's only 1%, can we take measures to make this more public? I'm also under the impression a majority of owners don't realize their unit has this issue.
So what can we do just being a 'regular joe customer'? Can we ask the AVS forum owners / webmasters / whoever's in charge to take our evidence to vizio and show them?
or can these same AVS people share this forum with the crew at CNET, engadget, gizmodo, or any other tech related website so they can make this issue more public, so unsuspecting owners can also see if they have the issue?
social media and power in numbers can certainly make this a more prevalent issue that's require a response from vizio.
does anybody know what we can do?? I certainly don't want to have play musical chairs with 70" replacements every few months. I waited 4 years before buying a big tv, this isn't what I wanted to happen. and I don't have to extra money to pay the difference for a 'higher quality' brand to completely rid the vizio.
what can we do? let's get the wheels in motion!!!
Last edited by mvaughan06; 06-27-2014 at 06:45 AM.