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Sales tax kills it. I know, I know...everyone charges tax now a days.
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Newegg isn't an authorized seller for LG so no warranty.
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Newegg isn't an authorized seller for LG so no warranty.

*sigh*

Wrong.

As explained in the last 9768 LG TV threads already.

Ignore the website scare language. Read the actual warranty. It doesn't care if your dealer is "authorized" or not.
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*sigh*

Wrong.

As explained in the last 9768 LG TV threads already.

Ignore the website scare language. Read the actual warranty. It doesn't care if your dealer is "authorized" or not.
https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/com...gh_newegg/

https://www.lg.com/us/authorizedd..._retailers

This reseller is game liquidators and is specifically listed as unauthorized.
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*sigh*

Wrong.

As explained in the last 9768 LG TV threads already.

Ignore the website scare language. Read the actual warranty. It doesn't care if your dealer is "authorized" or not.
Can you provide a link to their warranty? For some reason it's not listed in their owner's manual like their other products.
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*sigh*

Wrong.

As explained in the last 9768 LG TV threads already.

Ignore the website scare language. Read the actual warranty. It doesn't care if your dealer is "authorized" or not.
Newegg is authorized..but third party sellers through Newegg are NOT authorized and LG will not cover the warranty. Multiple Reddit threads confirming this
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https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/com...gh_newegg/

https://www.lg.com/us/authorizedd..._retailers

This reseller is game liquidators and is specifically listed as unauthorized.

Which means nothing legally.

You're not required to check out someones website to know if your written warranty is good or not.

That's the point of a written warranty

The actual written warranty does not require the seller to be authorized.

Therefore you are covered.

Thus why I specifically told you NOT to go by the not-legally-binding scare language on the website.

That you then turned around and tried to use as a source.

Wow.




That one reddit thread is the only example anyone ever points to.... versus the dozens and dozens of threads on here, on avsforums, and elsewhere that people had 0 issue being covered no matter who they bought from.


The best part?

The reddit dude DID get covered once he actually registered the TV correctly.

https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/com...gg_buyers/

Scroll down in the thread. The same dude who claimed he "couldn't get" warranty is thanking the OP...who links him to where he can actually go to the right link to register his TV from newegg.



Anyway, as I said, and as explained in THOUSANDS of other posts right on these forums in virtually every other LG TV thread.... you do not have to buy from an authorized dealer for the warranty to be good.

You can tell by....reading the actual warranty



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Newegg is authorized..but third party sellers through Newegg are NOT authorized and LG will not cover the warranty. Multiple Reddit threads confirming this

Nope. 100% wrong. read the actual warranty








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Can you provide a link to their warranty? For some reason it's not listed in their owner's manual like their other products.
I can link you to an older one...

https://www.qvc.com/footers/el/pd...rranty.pdf


And I've attached a more recent one another owner posted


And you can go into any retailer that sells it and they're legally required to let you read it without you having to buy it first if you wanna see what's shipping in the boxes TODAY.


None of them care at all if the dealer is "authorized" or not. It cares if the dealer is in the US or not. That's IT.

The scare language on the website is just that- it carries 0 legal weight. The written warranty is the sole document that describes coverage and exclusions.
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Omg people.... Lg will honor its warranty regardless of where the TV was bought / who sold it!!!!

Why does this come up every single time a deal about lg is posted?! So freaking annoying
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Which means nothing legally.

You're not required to check out someones website to know if your written warranty is good or not.

That's the point of a written warranty

The actual written warranty does not require the seller to be authorized.

Therefore you are covered.

Thus why I specifically told you NOT to go by the not-legally-binding scare language on the website.

That you then turned around and tried to use as a source.

Wow.




That one reddit thread is the only example anyone ever points to.... versus the dozens and dozens of threads on here, on avsforums, and elsewhere that people had 0 issue being covered no matter who they bought from.


The best part?

The reddit dude DID get covered once he actually registered the TV correctly.

https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/com...gg_buyers/

Scroll down in the thread. The same dude who claimed he "couldn't get" warranty is thanking the OP...who links him to where he can actually go to the right link to register his TV from newegg.



Anyway, as I said, and as explained in THOUSANDS of other posts right on these forums in virtually every other LG TV thread.... you do not have to buy from an authorized dealer for the warranty to be good.

You can tell by....reading the actual warranty






Nope. 100% wrong. read the actual warranty










I can link you to an older one...

https://www.qvc.com/footers/el/pd...rranty.pdf


And I've attached a more recent one another owner posted


And you can go into any retailer that sells it and they're legally required to let you read it without you having to buy it first if you wanna see what's shipping in the boxes TODAY.


None of them care at all if the dealer is "authorized" or not. It cares if the dealer is in the US or not. That's IT.

The scare language on the website is just that- it carries 0 legal weight. The written warranty is the sole document that describes coverage and exclusions.
Look, you're probably right on the warranty text and everything. Unfortunately when you call LG and they say they're not gonna fix it as you bought from game liquidations, none of this helps as they're the ones doing the fixing. There will be no point arguing with CS. Your only option is to go through legal proceedings or finding a corporate office to complain to etc and go through hell and high water to get your money back or get it fixed. So buying from a retailer that the manufacturer has specifically listed as unauthorized, just not worth to take the risk for such an expensive item imo.
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Look, you're probably right on the warranty text and everything. Unfortunately when you call LG and they say they're not gonna fix it as you bought from game liquidations, none of this helps as they're the ones doing the fixing. There will be no point arguing with CS. Your only option is to go through legal proceedings or finding a corporate office to complain to etc and go through hell and high water to get your money back or get it fixed. So buying from a retailer that the manufacturer has specifically listed as unauthorized, just not worth to take the risk for such an expensive item imo.
There is no risk..... Pay the extra $2k then and buy from an "authorized" dealer for piece of mind but your wasting your money.....
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There is no risk..... Pay the extra $2k then and buy from an "authorized" dealer for piece of mind but your wasting your money.....
Or wait for a deal from known retailers, super bowl TV deals should come around soon Smilie
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Which means nothing legally.

You're not required to check out someones website to know if your written warranty is good or not.

That's the point of a written warranty

The actual written warranty does not require the seller to be authorized.

Therefore you are covered.

Thus why I specifically told you NOT to go by the not-legally-binding scare language on the website.

That you then turned around and tried to use as a source.

Wow.




That one reddit thread is the only example anyone ever points to.... versus the dozens and dozens of threads on here, on avsforums, and elsewhere that people had 0 issue being covered no matter who they bought from.


The best part?

The reddit dude DID get covered once he actually registered the TV correctly.

https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/com...gg_buyers/

Scroll down in the thread. The same dude who claimed he "couldn't get" warranty is thanking the OP...who links him to where he can actually go to the right link to register his TV from newegg.



Anyway, as I said, and as explained in THOUSANDS of other posts right on these forums in virtually every other LG TV thread.... you do not have to buy from an authorized dealer for the warranty to be good.

You can tell by....reading the actual warranty






Nope. 100% wrong. read the actual warranty










I can link you to an older one...

https://www.qvc.com/footers/el/pd...rranty.pdf


And I've attached a more recent one another owner posted


And you can go into any retailer that sells it and they're legally required to let you read it without you having to buy it first if you wanna see what's shipping in the boxes TODAY.


None of them care at all if the dealer is "authorized" or not. It cares if the dealer is in the US or not. That's IT.

The scare language on the website is just that- it carries 0 legal weight. The written warranty is the sole document that describes coverage and exclusions.
Wow....still triggered ..Applause

After you posted the same thing at least 10 million( I am using your level of mass exaggeration) times....
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There is no risk..... Pay the extra $2k then and buy from an "authorized" dealer for piece of mind but your wasting your money.....
Or get an authorized dealer to match, like I have on the two OLED's I have purchased...and get some additional perks as well...nod
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Or get an authorized dealer to match, like I have on the two OLED's I have purchased...and get some additional perks as well...nod
Who did you get to match it and where did you match it to? Thanks!
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