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Should I pay for a warranty?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by NinjaKi11a, Sep 24, 2003.

  1. NinjaKi11a

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    Having finally gotten round to ordering a Tosh 36ZD26P, I am wondering about warraties. Normally I don't bother with this sort of thing, but with all the problems with TV sets I hear about here would you guys recommend getting one? Having said that most of the problems seem to be initial faults, rather than wear and tear... ?
     
  2. lynx

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    Domestic and Gen. 4 years protection will be in the region of £150 (i think).
     
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    I normally give extended warranties a wide berth, but I have to admit, I paid the £150 for the extra piece of mind on my £1400 Loewe. :blush: Especially since it was by direct debit installment, over the year and the first payment isn't taken for another year yet.
     
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    I too give them a wide berth but I too took one out on both my video recorder and Loewe TV as the both get used a lot. And the Video has had to go in for a repair once all ready.

    I issued with Domestic and General and I think for my Aconda was £121.
     

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