I agree with digitosis. There are many people out there with anecdotal evidence of a TV lasting 25 years without fail, but the new one they have now only lasted about 1.1 years. I don't dispute that this has happened to them, but they are using only a small sample of the whole electronics industry. I'd been repairing TVs since 1973 and I can tell you that I've seen over 40000 TVs in that time, and if all TVs made in 1973 worked 25 years or more, then I would have been out-of-business in less than a year!
We all hope that the things we buy will last 'forever', but the fact is everything can fail in electronics, and there is no predicting which one will fail and which part won't. But the manufacturer does know in a sample of 100,000 of the same parts, how many will fail in a given time, but not which ones will fail. Just like a tree in autumn, we know that eventually all the leaves will fall to the ground in a given time, but we don't know the order it will happen.
Which is this company and it address. So I can send and my TV main board to be fixed.