Class Eligibility

Mitsubishi television class action settlement Class Members include all U.S. residents who either purchased or received as a gift a Mitsubishi LaserVue DLP Television, models L65-A90, L75-A91, L75-A94, or L75-A96 between Jan. 1, 2008 and July 13, 2015. Those who purchased or acquired a Mitsubishi LaserVue TV for commercial use or resale are excluded from the Settlement Class.

Estimated Amount

Proof of Purchase
Case Name
Robert Verdie v. Mitsubishi Electrical Visual Solutions America Inc., Case No. 2004280 Superior Court of California, County of Stanislaus
Case Summary
The plaintiffs claim that the “Optical Engine” component in Mitsubishi LaserVue televisions was defective resulting in color abnormalities. Per the settlement Mitsubishi is liable for breach of express and implied warranties and is also in violation of California consumer protection laws and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
Settlement Pool
Varies Please refer to chart provided on the settlement page
Verdie v. Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America Inc. Settlement Administrator c/o Gilardi & Co. LLC P. O. Box 8060 San Rafael CA 94912-8060 888-289-0223 Email:

4 responses to “Mitsubishi LaserVue TV Class Action Lawsuit Settlement”

  1. MISSY BURCH says:

    i no longer have the tv, but i still have receipts to prove i owned it at one time.

    ADMIN – Hi Missy,

    The deadline for this settlement has passed.

  2. ricky evans says:

    poor tv .

  3. Dr Charlie M Valle says:

    I own the Mitsubishi Laser Vue TV. Unfortunately, It stopped working in 2016 and still in the living room as a prominent decoration tv with no functionality. What option do I have regarding the lawsuit? I never received a letter regarding the TV issues and any pending lawsuits. How do I get more information and claim some compensation for my loss?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Dr. Valle.  It appears the Claims deadline has expired, as evidenced by the settlement website having already been taken down. As a last resort, however, we recommend that eligible claimants check the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (“NAUPA”) website via for updates on when late claimants can claim their funds — unless the Settlement Administrator already disbursed any unclaimed portion of the fund via charity donations. Best of luck.