Sony Bravia Recall List

October 12, 2011 by staff 

Sony Bravia Recall ListSony Bravia Recall List, If you own a Sony Bravia TV brand, we have some very exciting news to share with you now, as it has just confirmed that the electronics giant is recalling some of their LCD TV models, due to a fusion and the danger of fire has become apparent.

Sony has discovered that there are serious flaws in some of its models 40-inch Bravia LCD, forcing the company to announce a withdrawal in Japan today, but with affected consumers in the U.S. and the United Kingdom as well, since televisions are sold throughout the world.

According to a statement from the Japanese Ministry of Trade, the withdrawal was due after a consumer calls the fire department after smoke and witnessed a small fire on the TV hit. No injuries have been reported yet, but there have been eleven incidents of overheating in these models of Bravia, the report over to Bloomberg.

It is believed that a problem with the lighting system fitted on specific models are the main source of the problem, which can lead to the top of the fusion of TV. Sony has issued a statement on the matter, we can offer you direct from the Sony website.

“If you own one of these products and you notice any abnormality – an unusual noise, a strange smell or smoke – please switch off immediately and unplug the power cord”

Here is the information important to note, as the model numbers associated with televisions affected include the KDL-40D3400, KLD-40D3500, KDL-40D3550, KDL-40D3660, KDL 40V3000, KDL 40W3000, KDL-40X3500 KDL 40X3000 and models .

If you own one of the above models are strongly advised to contact your nearest Sony store and arrange a free inspection and free repair. Sony support website also includes information about the recall, including contact numbers in case you want to contact Sony directly.

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