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how much is a 1 year old Toshiba 36Zp38 worth?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by backtothefuture, Jun 16, 2005.

  1. backtothefuture

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    might need to get rid of my 1 year old 36" toshiba television (36Zp38) :(

    so want to get an idea of what it would be worth in the current market ...

    would it be worth it me shipping it to asia when I move abroad (in the next couple of months) or would i be better of selling it ....
     
  2. red16v

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    Hi, without a shadow of a doubt sell it. Regards, yt.
     
  3. dubledene

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    doubt you will get more than £400??? where are you??
     
  4. backtothefuture

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    north london

    i've been quoted freight of £765 which covers 90CuFt (and hence the TV/stand etc) ....

    so have to check with them how much it would be without TV...
     
  5. Dystran

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    Probably no use, but may be worth asking McMillans airfreight services 01753-68911.

    If you can deliver into their offices near Heathrow, and pick up form the other end, it should cost more than (im guessing) around £350 incl everything.

    Ask them to quote for accepting delivery, ptting it on a pallet and shrinkwrapping it (a 120cm x 100cm standard pallet) and then aiirfrieghting to the overseas airport.

    This post is probably no good, but the price of £765 seems very expenive to me so just giving an option which may or may not be any good.
     
  6. backtothefuture

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    ok, thanks for the info :)
     
  7. red16v

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    Hi, it will end in tears, my advice as an experienced broadcast engineer (blushes) - sell it. Regards, yt.
     
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    ok..looks like general consensus is , sell it!

    might as well.... ;)
     
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    You will probably have geometry/convergence problems with that set in asia as its designed around the magnetic field in UK/Europe.
     

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