I've got 5 thunder flies stuck behind my lcd screen between the back light and it's doing my head in. Thinking of going for a Panasonic TX-P42G10B. Do plasmas suffer from thunder flies?
I've got a couple of thunderflies trapped in my computer LCD but I've had the panny plasma for over a year now without any problem.
Errr......... What's a "Thunder Fly"?
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Also known as thunderbugs and storm flies.
Do you mean Fruit Flies - the tiny ones that hang around your home brew wine?
They are really annoying, my tomato plants attract them.
Has anyone else suffered with this problem on a plasma?
Er.. wouldn't it be slightly cheaper to, say, get them out? If you can't do it yourself, I'm sure a local repair man/woman would do it for less than £50.
Been in contact with Sharp technical and to remove them would damage the panel by the way it is designed, which means a replacement panel. I was told it would be cheaper to replace the set.
Thank god i went plasma.
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Hehe... though not funny for those with em... must be annoying.
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