The LG Electronics LCD & Plasma TV class action lawsuit claims the company sold these televisions with defective components such as circuit boards, control boards, circuit chips and capacitors that can fail prematurely. Part of this premature failure is due to the components overheating from insufficient cooling fans, heat sinks and other ventilation components.
The allegedly defective television models included in the LG Electronics LCD & Plasma TV class action lawsuit are:
LG Electronics LCD & Plasma TV class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all current and former owners of the above named model numbers that sustained a monetary loss incurred from repairing and/or prematurely replacing the LG television and components.
The case is Deborah Moulton v. LG Electronics, Inc. and LG Electronics USA, Inc., Case No. 2:11-cv-04073-JLL, New Jersey District Court.
Updated July 28th, 2011
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