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Toshiba Television Repairs

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Is your Toshiba television not working right? Do you need service in Alabama for a warranty or out-of-warranty Toshiba TV?

Service Care is your authorized warranty service center for all Toshiba electronics. We’re determined to give you professional service no matter what it takes.

Toshiba has a keen interest in your satisfaction, and so do we. We’re ready to solve your Toshiba television problems.

For Toshiba television services and repairs in Alabama, you will not find a service center who will take better care of you and your TV.

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Toshiba facts of interest:

The name Toshiba is a combination of two company names that merged together: Tokyo Denki (Tokyo Electric Co.) and Shibaura Seisaku-sho (Shibaura Engineering Works) combined to form Tokyo Shibaura Denki. In time, it became well known by the shortened combination of To and Shiba.

In 1924, Toshiba began trial manufacture of cathode-ray tubes (the same tubes used to make early televisions). By 1950 they had completed Japan’s 1st television broadcast transmitters and television microwave relay system. In 1959, Toshiba had developed Japan’s first transistorized TVs.

In 1970, Toshiba developed the world’s 1st color video-phone. One year later, they released the world’s 1st expanded I.C. color television. Then in 1972, Toshiba released the world’s 1st color television with black stripe-type cathode-ray tubes.

In 1985, Toshiba developed Japan’s 1st transceiver device for HDTV systems, and introduced the world’s first laptop personal computer. In 1998, Toshiba manufactured the flat TV, FACE. Two years later, they were manufacturing BS digital televisions. Since then, Toshiba has continued to innovate and produce televisions for the world market.