A month ago while watching a big game, you noticed a small splotch, (now a big splotch) of dead pixels on your 37" Plasma TV. What's your next move?
You call Customer Service to find the warranty has expired. You call four unfamiliar repair shops in your area, trying to judge their honesty and reliability by the sound of whoever answered the phone.
This doesn't work. So, you roll the dice, pick one shop, and drive to drop off your TV. With a smile, the guy at the counter says there's a "We'll-take- a-look-at-it-and-tell-you-what-it-costs" fee of $65.
You fill spare time Googling repair costs on your TV's make, model, and size. It adds up to bad news. But wait! You forgot to include the value of your time.
Nobody knows the value of your time better than you. Multiply all those hours spent on this "project". Add to that, $1,187.00 to replace the damaged panel and you have—a revelation.
I will not end up in this position again.
You see dead pixels? Make one toll-free call. A Customer Care Representative will take your information and schedule your in-home service appointment with you on the phone.
We'll take it from there. Estimated Time: 5-10 minutes. Total Cost of Repair: $Zero. (It would have cost you $1187+)
If a product can't be fixed, we'll replace it—or we'll issue an Amazon.com Gift Card for the full purchase price in as little as 24 hours. If you receive a gift card, you can use it to purchase the product of your choice. Any questions?
Canopy Protection works—but only if you have it.