extended waranty

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  1. jpd2

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    Hi all

    anyone know who offers a good resonable priced Plasma extended warranty. I know the JL and richer sounds etc offers when you buy via them, but i am looking for an independant warranty underwritten by an insurance company.

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  2. buns

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    there is one which is linked to stuff magazine that is only about £300 for 2 year extension. I cant link you because im not at home and dont have my favorites list but I can do this evening..... I think it was jasonjo who I found it via, so maybe he will come and help. This was the cheapest I have so far seen.

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  3. nealgs

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    buns - do you know if this applies to any plasma? our Pioneer warranty is due to run out in June, and AFAIA Pioneers own warranty is about £700 or so for a one yr extention.

    £300 for and extra 2yrs sounds a better deal to me :)


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  4. buns

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    I cant recall exclusions except that it had to be taken out within 6 months of purchase....

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  5. Elvis

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    Try Domestic and General, they provide warranties for a range of household goods.
     
  6. GreenBhoy

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    Yup

    Domestic and General quoted me £370 for a 5 year Warranty (base + 4 years extended) on my Panasonic PW6 taken any time in the first year, and able to pay 10 x £37 interest free.

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    GreenBhoy - can you tell me what this covers you for?? is it for all parts and labour, do you get a loan screen etc

    just had quote from D&G for 2yrs extended - £549 or 10x£54.90, bloomin 'ell not cheap still

    Although that is a new for old is it was unrepairable

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    Gary

    Covers Parts/Labour, accidental damage, swap out with loan. Plus replacement with current model in event of total failure.

    I replied to an offer letter I got (retailer must have registered the product as sold with Domestic & General).

    http://www.domgen.com/FS_Center.html

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  9. neiljones

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    Try www.warranty.ex-they do various warranties, much cheaper than Domestic & General, although their warranties are underwritten by D & G.
    My next door neighbour has just taken out a 5 year one on 32" Philips TV - Cost £688 for TV
    D & G and company selling wanted £155.
    Warranty ex= £107.
    For some reason they only do up to £2999 for LCD TV.
    When I rang for quote on 42 Philips LCD-price will be over £4500 got nowhere with them-told them to come into 20th century.
    Any one any ideasI have a monthly policy with Norwich Union which gives me cover on appliances up to * years old and valued up to £5000 for £13 pound per month but they will not cover plasma or LCD. Trying to find out why is very difficult.
     
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