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My A/C is broken and my house temp is 90F. It may be 24 hours before it's fixed and we're bored and trying to find activities that don't require us moving at all (conserve body temp)... e.g. watching movies.


Is it going to be bad for my LCD TV (or any other components: receiver, speakers, DVD, PS3) to run at this room temp? All is well ventilated... my gut instinct would be to worry most about the PS3. However I was running receiver earlier and it felt pretty hot to touch.


Can't really find specs on any of this in the manuals.


Am running my PC with case wide open and desk fan blowing into case... EVEREST reports ok temps.
 

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Well, I found in the TV, DVD, and PS3 specs they all say up to 95F is ok. The receiver doesn't have a number, I'll just assume it's ok too.
 

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Well, I found in the TV, DVD, and PS3 specs they all say up to 95F is ok. The receiver doesn't have a number, I'll just assume it's ok too.

Yeah, I was gonna say you are getting pretty close to the edge. I think I recall the Sammy 71 manual saying 50-90 degrees.
 
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