Susan and Bill Hardy of Lexington have the TV in their living room that is at the heart of a lawsuit brought by Dermot and Hilary Halpin, who said it was defective when they bought it from Bill Hardy's electronics store in 2002. The Hardys say it works just fine.
Susan and Bill Hardy of Lexington have the TV in their living room that is at the heart of a lawsuit brought by Dermot and Hilary Halpin, who said it was defective when they bought it from Bill Hardy's electronics store in 2002. The Hardys say it works just fine.
Susan and Bill Hardy of Lexington have the TV in their living room that is at the heart of a lawsuit brought by Dermot and Hilary Halpin, who said it was defective when they bought it from Bill Hardy's electronics store in 2002. The Hardys say it works just fine.

TV set is at the heart of 10-year court fight in Lexington

November 13, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 13, 2011 06:30 AM

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