Originally Posted by newcoke
(Editor's Note. This is my first HDTV and I'm referring to the 67 inch version).
Just had this TV delivered to my house Monday. I had the TV unboxed (the huge top portion of the box and the protective covering were removed, but the tv remained in the lower base of the packaging) and then inspected the screen before signing off for delivery with a huge flood light. Everything looked perfect.
Fast forward to the next day when I'm setting up the TV with it finally situated on my TV stand and I notice the the screen near the frame (is that what's called a "bezel"?) is somewhat "off" on the top right hand side and again on the middle right hand side. When the TV is turned on their is *no visible problems* (at least from my viewing distance), but when the tv is turned off and when you look up close a *very small* portion of the screen looks white around those problem areas. I should also note that when applying pressure to the frame/bezel, it will move slightly and creek.
My question is: Nothing to worry about or something to worry about?
I got my 67" last saturday. What I didn't like is that they got it out of the truck and carry it inside with the TV box on one of it's side. (Is that a normal shipping procedure for such a big TV???)
But the TV looked fine so I signed up the delivery paper. Image is looking fine too.
I did notice that my top right corner will move/creek when I apply pressure to it. It's reconforting to see I'm not the only one but wondering if that could be a result of the shipping?
Anyone else have noticed that?