57 inch DLP tv
I purchased a 57 inch DLP at the end of 2007 and in January 2010 the screen has holes (pin holes) appearing through the picture. I notified the company about the problem and I was told that this TV was ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 01/06/2013
Mitsubishi loses another customer
I also bought a Mitsubishi 57" DLP projection TV in Jan 2007. Within 6 months I started having problems. At first the bulb or lamp went out and we were told it should last 2 years. Then we had a cooling ... read full review
Awful Customer Service
I own a 2002 Mitsubishi Diamante LS, which has served me well for close to 10 years.
Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for Mitsubishi service.
While driving South on I-77 in Ohio, my car lost ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 08/12/2011
WEST ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS -- I own a Mitsubishi model WD-57731 DLP High Def TV for less than 2 years and have replaced a lamp for the third time.
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This has resulted in a great expense. The sad factor is that I previously owned a Mitsubishi rear projection TV I had for several years and never had any problems.
This has caused great frustration. I had reached the point of purchasing another TV other than a Mitsubishi which is arriving today.
I have no intentions of ever purchasing a Mitsubishi again.
The service was excellent and the sales team really worked with me to find and price a car that met my needs and budget. Excellent place. Add reply
I bought this TV 5 years ago because it was advertised as long lasting. I've replaced the bulb once--no problem. Now the set has died and the repairman tells me that to fix it I must buy an almost $400 part and pay him almost $200 to install the part. This TV is a replacement for the one I bought first that died within 30 days of buying it. That one was replaced by the store from whom I purchased it.
1 Replies - Latest reply on 06/22/2010Add reply
Looked on the web site for contact info- bit hard to find but really good in the end Add reply
3RD YEAR TO HAVE TO REPLACE LIGHT BULB.
COST OF TV, 3000.00 $ PLUS 250.00 $ PER YEAR.
UNRELIABLE PRODUCT. NOT BUYING NO MORE MITSUBISHI PRODUCTS AGAIN.
QUALITY IS IN QUESTION.
I have had this TV for 2 years. I'm about to replace the bulb for the 5th time... I have seen many complaints about the same TV. I need help. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 04/22/2009Add reply
I own an 2005 eclipse and like the car. However, the paint all over my car is peeling off. That's not normal. I approached Mitsubishi about it and they refused to do anything. I am extremely disappointed. It'll cost me a few thousand to fix, and I'll never buy a Mitsubishi again.
1 Replies - Latest reply on 09/22/2008Add reply
I'll also be sure to encourage my friends to do the same.
I have had repeated problems with my 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse. Initially, I assumed these problems were a result of normal wear and tear. After my most recent defect I began investigating possible recalls for my vehicle. I found that several applied to the problems I was experiencing and contacted Mitsubishi so they could inspect my vehicle for my own safety as well as that of other owners of the same model. Mitsubishi determined not to investigate my concerns after less than one week and without even seeing my vehicle. I offered to provide pictures and they declined.
6 Replies - Latest reply on 04/10/2008Add reply
For the safety of their consumer, I would have hoped Mitsubishi would have taken an interest in a claim that occurred not as a result of the care I give my car, but the poor craftsmanship that endangers me while I drive.
I purchased the TV in 2003 and enjoyed it for 2 years. I then had to have the main board replaces for 650 dollars in 2006. We had a power outage last night and now the timer light just blinks. My technician has told me that it will cost between 200 and 600 dollars to fix. I am getting tired of paying 600 a year for this TV. It appears to be a piece of junk. Naturally, since it is out of warranty the manufacture will have nothing to do with it. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 07/01/2008Add reply
HANFORD, CALIFORNIA -- Buyer beware if you buy a vehicle form Mitsubishi. Be prepared to throw away alot of money id buying new because when you drive the vehicle off the lot it will automatically depreciate so much that you will owe more than the vehicle is worth longer than any other vehicle on the market. If you like the vehicle and want to keep it go ahead and buy it. Just don't forget the upside down insurance because it will take well over half the life expectancy of the vehicle if you want any hope of recouping any money or breaking even. I suggest buying used. There's plenty of idiots out there that will throw there money away to lease it for a couple years. Then you can pick it up for half the price.1 Replies - Latest reply on 04/22/2006Add reply
I turned in my lease vehicle in January. I informed the dealer that I would be using my options to lease another vehicle later in the year. I continue to receive statements requesting payment for the car.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 09/24/2004Add reply
I would like to receive information from the dealer in reference to my options, rather than a contract completion bill.