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philips 32pw6515 with blown tube Any use to anybody ?

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by mcaw, Apr 8, 2005.

  1. mcaw

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    I have a Philips 32pw6515 30mths old with a blown tube. Don't seem to be having much luck getting a free repair, so before I take it to the tip.
    Is it of any use to anybody for spares or anything. Also have the stand to suit.

    Martin
     
  2. stevenicholls

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    Martin, before you take it to the tip I might be interested? Where abouts in the country are you, and what do you want for it?

    Steve
     
  3. nig28

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    Hi
    I think it might be usfull if people would put their location in the member details section.
    You being from Afghanistan, I dont think you would be able to collect a scrap TV.
    :)
    Nigel
     
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    I think anyone with a blown tube after 30 months might have a claim against the manufacturer , you don't pay thousands for your TV to pack up after so short a period. Go to Citizen Advice and see what they say.
     
  5. mcaw

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    I'm near Chorley Lancashire.
    Philips have offered a replacement tube for £99, but it'll cost another £100 to get it fitted, so I don't think it's worth it, as you can buy the tv for around £350 now.
     

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