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Sceadwian

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If you want to ship it to me for free in the US sure =)
 

tcmtech

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Sorry, but with the digital signal change out in progress getting big TV's is just a matter of driving down the city streets on garbage day before the garbage truck gets there!
Easy pickens!
 

be80be

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You get more out of it if you take it apart and sell the copper out of it there about 5lbs in it that's about 15 dollars. But you need to be careful it can hurt you even kill you.
 
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mneary

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I'd guess that nobody will consider your offer unless they know where it is.

Is this the 26" LCD you mentioned in another thread, with the power problem?
 

darlingdiva

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26in lcd tv

well i am in Denver Co ND SIMPLY WOULD LIKE SOME ONE TO BUY MY MY TV FOR CHEAP SO THEY CAN FIX IT AND SELL IT
 

Sceadwian

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Sorry diva, you're 1500 miles away, the cost of gas or shipping alone is probably more than the TV was worth new =)
 

Hero999

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well i am in Denver Co ND SIMPLY WOULD LIKE SOME ONE TO BUY MY MY TV FOR CHEAP SO THEY CAN FIX IT AND SELL IT
I don't think anyone's going to buy your broken TV off you unless they know: what's wrong with it, how to fix it and that they'll be able to sell it for a huge profit when they've repaired it.
 

mneary

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The OP doesn't care what we think. He hasn't posted since April.

We are flogging a dead thread.
 
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