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Transporting my Pioneer 428XD 600 miles

psychopomp1

Prominent Member
Hi

I know this has been discussed a zillion times before but i plan on moving home from Kent to Inverness :eek: and was wondering which is the best way to take my Pioneer plasma to the new home....do i chuck it in the removals lorry (wrapped in duvet of course) or do i stick it in my car again wrapped in duvet? It won't cost any extra if it goes by lorry but feel a bit hesitant leaving my baby at the mercy of the lorry driver:rolleyes:

Cheers:)

Oh i forgot to add i don't have the original box for it anymore
 

matr69

Established Member
Hi

I know this has been discussed a zillion times before but i plan on moving home from Kent to Inverness :eek: and was wondering which is the best way to take my Pioneer plasma to the new home....do i chuck it in the removals lorry (wrapped in duvet of course) or do i stick it in my car again wrapped in duvet? It won't cost any extra if it goes by lorry but feel a bit hesitant leaving my baby at the mercy of the lorry driver:rolleyes:

Cheers:)

Personally I think you would take better care of it:smashin:

If in your car make sure it stays upright and is supported as well as possible, make sure it is a soft duvet (as in take off the cover sheet) so as not to scratch the bezel.
 

markrl

Established Member
Alternatively leave it for the removal company, let them trash it:oops: and claim on their insurance for a new one :thumbsup:

I take it you no longer have the original packing?
 

Marcos

Established Member
does it have to be upright??
 

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