Cheap LCD's at Asda.....

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  1. chrisbin

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    Swmbo tells me there's a 15" at £160'ish and a 20" at £300'ish....

    Must look OK if she is considering them....sorry no info on brand names....any ideas chaps/chappesse's??

    Worth looking at/considering...??
     
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    ...mmm...and what kind of aftersales or warranty service can you expect in 6 months time...?
     
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    Probably none at all....mind you, they're usually pretty good with faulty clothing...no idea on higher value items....

    But all I want is a couple of small LCD's for the kids bedrooms so am I expecting too much/missing a bargain...??

    :lease: :(
     
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    Asda are very good at refunding money. When I bought my 26 LCD from them last July I was concerned about how they would get it repaired.

    Basically, if it breaks during the 12 months you get you money back
     
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    I had a cheap dvd recorder from them at christmas. It started playing up after a couple of months and took it back at the weekend. They offered a replacement and if I'd have kicked up a fuss I reckon I'd have got my money back there and then, but was willing to try a new machine.

    However, the new dvd recorder had a different problem so I took it back yesterday and got a full refund and a refund on an unopened pack of blank DVD's I'd also bought a couple of months ago, no problems.

    In summary, if you have any problems, even if its you don't like it, within 28 days you can get a refund. After 28 days, but within a year, you need more explanation on the return, but they're generally very good on returns.

    As a disclaimer, I'd check that policy when you purchase in case my experience are just local to me :D
     
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    Think I need to find out some more detail about the screens they are offering...:smashin:

    Thanks for feedback chaps.
     
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    My mum once bought a kettle from there that broke after about 10 months, got it replaced within 5 minutes :p

    Not bad!
     

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