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Do the cold temps at camp affect flat screen TV's?

Anyone have any adverse effects on flat screens at camp over the winter months?

Thanks in advance for your insight.
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The flat screen at camp has handled the last 2-3 winters with no issues yet
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The flat screen at camp has handled the last 2-3 winters with no issues yet
Same here ours has been working just fine the past 4 years, I don`t think you will have a problem....


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The newer ones are fine the old ones that had some kind of liquid in them may be. I know I ruined one that was too close to the woodburner. I was told it needed an oil change whatever that means, It went away
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Awesome, thanks for the quick responses. Merry Christmas!
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Hurry up and get to the mall to see Santa with your camp wish list

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Anyone have any adverse effects on flat screens at camp over the winter months?

Thanks in advance for your insight.
Let your Camp warm up for a couple of hours before turning on TV.
I have read that low temps can affect some flat screens, we have had no issues ourselves.
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(knock on wood) we havent had any issues and we typically turn it on while the cabin warms up. Most of the time, it seems warmer outside than inside when we first get there!
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Our camp is like a yeti cooler. Takes awhile to warm up then we turn the TV on. No problems yet.
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