Buying an LG G1 or LG Z1 just got a bit safer, as LG announced a five-year panel warranty for its high-end OLED TVs.
That’s a big step up from the one-year manufacturer warranties previously found with an LG OLED, and matches the kind of lengthy, soothing five-year warranty found at very few retailers.
The warranty applies to both the 77-inch and 88-inch sizes of the LG Z1, and the 55-inch, 65-inch, and 77-inch sizes of the LG G1.
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