theyll open it for you so u can check for any damage...so take a good walk around the tv...even check the botton/near the bottom for dents....also check to make sure there are 5 fans. there are some stories on here with people only having 4 and an empty vent. Also if you live somewhere where its cold they will probably say you cant turn it on till the tv reaches room temperature because the could can cause condensation on the inside of the set if the tv is turned on. but if your persistent with them and tell them that in the manual it states the tv can operated from 32 degrees they may allow u to turn it on
.. some veterans of this Forum have noted to write "subject to inspection" on the invoice; this protects you in-lieu of a "thorough" inspection if you're unable to start 'er up or any other complications. Also, some in past have noted their new unit having or 'not' having all the stickers surrounding the bezel. Not sure if that's a problem or not, but something to note. Lastly, if you are able to inspect/open, which you probably will be .. just check the general condition of the packing, the manual (has it been opened/or not), warranty card, etc.
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