Samsung 8-Channel Observation Systems With DVR And 19" LCD Monitor
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- Samsung SMT-190DN 8-Channel Security System with DVR and 19" LCD Monitor
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|Package Height||14.3 x 20 x 20.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||31.05 pounds|
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I took my smt-190 to my local tv repair shop where they replaced the 5 capacitors that had blown and they told me that the cap's were not large enough for the load and put in the next size up in. So everything is working good until the screen goes black about 1 year after the first fix.
I contacted samsung to look for a possible solution to the black screen.
This was their reply to me.
Your SMT-190DN's inverter (back light that displays the screen) is in the process of going out and will need to be replaced. Please contact live support for repair setup 877.349.3149. Thank you.
I think a 600+ dollar 19" screen should last longer than three years!
I DON'T PLAN ON EVER BUYING ANOTER SAMSUNG PRODUCT EVER AGAIN!
It's over $100 for the inverter plus labour plus shipping both ways.
BUYER BEWARE!!! And if you do buy it get the longest ext warranty possible it will certainly be worth it. Aside from that when it was working it worked like a charm.
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