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 Can I lay a plasma TV on its back?

Answer Plasma TV screens are made up of very thin layers of high-endtechnology that are best supported in a vertical position. Laying the TV flat won't hurt it, but it's more likely to be damaged in this ... Read More »
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Can a plasma TV be set on its side or back?

The risk with transporting it laying down is that the glass panel has a significantly higher chance of cracking than when in an upright position. Doesn't mean you can't take the risk yourself (whic... Read More »
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Help my panasonic 42"plasma viera tv turned its self off and it wont go back on,?

Try looking at the wires at the back, a wire could be broken or have a lose connection. If that isnt the problem, ring the store where you bought it from and they may be able to diagnose the proble... Read More »
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Can I download movies onto my laptop but play back using my plasma TV as a monitor I bought an HDMI cable.?

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Are sony plasma TVs a good choice for first time buyers of plasma TVs?

Sony TV's have been around for a long time. If you are a first time buyer of a plasma TV Sony is a reputable company and would offer many excellent choices for you.
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