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television and extended warranty

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by waz2004, Aug 19, 2005.

  1. waz2004

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    considering buying a 32" widescreen TV. Due to limited budget i seen a TV on ebay-shop which is a graded item. The packaging box is slighlty damaged according to the description. It will come with a years guarantee. I rang the outlet asking if they do extended warranty. They replied no.

    The graded item is about £200 cheaper than normal price. Is it worth going for. Also where can i get extended warranty from if its not available from the shop.
     
  2. JayCee

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    Ask whoever you have your home contents insurance with..........most of them will give you a quote.
     
  3. GaryB

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    The largest provider of this type of insurance is Domestic & General:

    http://www.domgen.co.uk

    Personally I would put the premiums in a savings account and use that to buy a new TV in the future.
     

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