Originally Posted by dealaddict
Well technically adjustment window is 90 days. The easier way is to buy a new one and return that with the old receipt. So unlike where you return a used TV within 90 days you are returning a brand new TV so in my opinion thats ok. Costco does list a return window of 30 days anywhere as far as I know..
FYI, I asked about this and was shown their WRITTEN price match policy, which states _30_ days. However, I pointed out that their electronics "return it for whatever reason" policy is 90 days, so I could simply bypass their written 30 day price match policy by doing a return and rebuy (which would require I haul in a hefty TV), or simply put another one on a cart... pay with cc, roll it over to the returns desk, and return using my old receipt, thus crediting back to the card before it ever impacted me financially. The guy did one of those "hmmm... you're right" looks and we moved on.
Originally Posted by DonQuixote100
My cable box remote (Verizon Fios) controls my tv on/off and my sound goes through my Onkyo 7.2 system. So I've never had an issue with the TV IR....just saying...consolidate your controllers to reduce coffee table clutter:)
When you remove signal from the TV (ie, turning off the cable box), the TV glows a giant Vizio "V" logo in the middle of the screen. It does not go away... so simply leaving the TV on with no signal is not a viable option. You have to actually turn the TV itself off to avoid this.