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Exchange UE46F8000 for Similar Spec in Currys

Jabobs1983

Novice Member
Hi all,

I'm after some advice on what you think a similar specification to a Samsung UE46F8000 would be. I bought the TV from Currys for £1300 about 18 months ago with a 5 year warranty. It went back to Currys for repair for dead pixels 2 months ago.....to cut a long story short, they did extensive damage to set twice whilst repairing it and I complained. The manager of the store has agreed to let me exchange the TV for a similar spec. I take this to mean an exchange for a current generation Samsung TV that is as close to top end as the F8000 was. Opinions on what I should be looking at replacing it with are welcome.
 

peter-d-w

Active Member
Hi all,

I'm after some advice on what you think a similar specification to a Samsung UE46F8000 would be. I bought the TV from Currys for £1300 about 18 months ago with a 5 year warranty. It went back to Currys for repair for dead pixels 2 months ago.....to cut a long story short, they did extensive damage to set twice whilst repairing it and I complained. The manager of the store has agreed to let me exchange the TV for a similar spec. I take this to mean an exchange for a current generation Samsung TV that is as close to top end as the F8000 was. Opinions on what I should be looking at replacing it with are welcome.
The Panasonic TX-50CX802B is a similar price to what you paid. I think you would be justified in asking for that.
 

Jabobs1983

Novice Member
Thanks for the info Peter. I ended up getting equivalent value and putting some extra cash towards a UE55JS9000 and It should be delivered this week. Hopefully it lives up to the reviews!
 

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