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I will be placing a Pioneer Kuro in a home that is occupied August through May. The home is unfortunately located in the Arizona area and the temperatures outside reach 110+ easily during summer months around noon, so the interior of the home can routinely hit 90+ degrees when the AC is off.


Is this something to be worried about? Would an LCD have been a better idea? Just seems like plasma's are a little more sensitive from what I've seen in the past.
 

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Please note: the tv will be staying in the home and the AC will be turned off for the entire duration of the summer, so it will get pretty damn hot inside for a good 90 days straight.
 

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It will be OK !!
 

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Won't hurt it at all. Operating a plasma in those kind of temps wouldn't be a good idea however..
 

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Originally Posted by joemama127 /forum/post/12883448


Won't hurt it at all. Operating a plasma in those kind of temps wouldn't be a good idea however..

Yep....it would be hard enjoying the Movie while sitting in a Puddle of Seat !!
 
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