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From Everything.Sucks

The class A television service is a system for regulating some low-power television (LPTV) stations in the United States. Class A stations are denoted by the broadcast callsign suffix "-CA" (analog) or "-CD" (digital), although very many analog -CA stations have a digital companion channel that was assigned the -LD suffix used by regular (non-class-A) digital LPTV stations.

An angry customer of The class A Television wrote this on consumeraffair: I bought a RCA Roku in January and within a couple months had pixelated lines running the. I jumped thru hoops sending in all the required pictures, resending again. Told it was an electrical problem in my house, plus numerous other things. Now they say I didn’t buy from a reputable dealer. The class A Television does not stand behind their products. Do not buy!!!


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