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How much is my tv worth?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by ferris57, May 4, 2003.

  1. ferris57

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    Ive got two philips 100hz pw9525 32" tv's and im thinking of selling one to partially fund a projector. They are 10 months old and have 5 year warrenties.

    Im not really sure how much they are worth so I was just wondering how much people thought I should sell them for.
     
  2. kenfowler3966

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    About Half what you think it is!
     
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    lol, well I was thinking about £400 so I guess thats the end of that.
     
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    How much where they new? I would say %0-60% of what you paid, You could put it on Ebay with ahigh reserve and see what bites you get.
    Or put it in the classifieds start high with an open to reasonable offers tag.
    PS why have you two of the same TV?
     
  5. ferris57

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    I've got two sitting rooms in my house, so I needed two Tv's. They were reduced from £1200 to £699 as end of line. Was such a good deal I phoned almost every currys in Scotland to get a second one and then had it delivered. So ended up with the last two currys had in Scotland-was a bit of a farce actually because I got the distinct impression they didn't want to sell them to me. I think some of the staff had ear marked them.

    Anyway cheers guys. I had thought of ebay Horny dragon, but as I probably can't send it anywhere I didn't know how successful it would be. I'll probably stick it in the classifieds as you suggest. Might even try the yellow paper, more local so might have more luck.
     
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    I reckon £400 is a good price check if the warranty is transferable though!
     

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