But that's the LCD Forum. Whenever i read that forum i end up getting creeped out and feel dirty afterwards so i'm not going over there
1. There is too much conflicting information in the various warranty threads and Mack discussions. When asked, some people and vendors reply that the warranty starts the day that you buy the TV, meaning that a 3 year Mack warranty will actually only cover the two years after the manufacture's 1-year warranty expires. Yet Mack's website says your 3-year coverage kicks in AFTER the manufacturer's warranty expires. What is the real deal?
2. Mack's website is unclear - Mack and some vendors post that you can purchase their warranty on any TV that still has at least 90 days left on the manufacturer's warranty which essentially means you can wait up to 9 months before buying the Mack warranty, but Mack's website makes it sound like the TV must have at least a 90 day manufacture warranty, and that the Mack warranty must be purchased within 30 days of buying the TV. What is the real deal?
From warranty # 1083:http://www.mackcam.com/servicecontra...d=56&row_id=98
# Manufacturer covers first year# Must Have Manufacturer's Warranty of 90+ Days
# Separate Bulb Contract Available
# Local Service
# Service Contract Covers Manufacturer's Defects Only on Registered Equipment
# Service Contract Will Cover Only Manufacturer Defects on LCD Screens
# Complete Terms and Conditions
The TV product registered below is guaranteed to operate properly according to manufacturer's specifications for a period of 3 additional years from the expiration of the manufacturer's warranty
or we shall repair same to operate properly. This service contract must be purchased within thirty (30) days of the date the equipment hereunder is purchased.