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Initial post: Feb 19, 2013 9:31:12 PM PST
Hot Rod Guru says:
I want to use an older panasonic 42" plasma monitor in my garage.Will cold temps say around 40 degrees effect its operation in any way and if so,how?

Posted on Feb 21, 2013 2:34:29 AM PST
MikeT says:
I doubt the cold temp itself would actually harm it as they are shipped and often stored in very cold temps. But I'd be worried about two issues....

1. heatup to use: the TV will heat up to operating temperature, possibly such repeated cold to warm heatup would likely harm it's life expectancy, or even kill it pretty quickly

2. condensation: humidity issues in summer could cause condensation build up on it's electric components and chips, not good for any electronic device. Not such a big issue in winter really.
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