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Topic # 112302 4-Dec-2012 13:12 Send private message

Before we have a garage sale, thought I'd see if any interest here:

Its all in central Hastings, and all available until mid-Jan (when it will all go on $reserve or at a garage sale).

King bed boxbase&mattress (5/10) $75
Double bed boxbase&mattress (7/10) $75
Microwave (2/10) [suit flatting] $10
Modern navy blue corduroy 3+2 suite with fold out bed (7/10) [bed frame needs minor repair] $300
25" CRT TV [w/remote, nice tv, still used everyday!] (8/10) $free (Being recycled soon)
Very wide modern TV cabinet, solid wood cabinetry and solid wood shelving, glass doors, has 50" tv on it and still has 50cm spare width. In the center cubby I have an AV Receiver, DVD player, Tivo, Wii and center speaker. (8/10) $300
Simpson washing machine EZISet 550 5.5kg 5 yrs old. $200
Simpson dryer 5 yrs old. Standard little one. Transparent door. Lint collecter in rear. (7/10) $50.
Panasonic Viera 50" Plasma, no built-in Freeview. Remote. 3 HDMI in. 2x Component in. 3x RCA in. SD card. VGA in. SVideo in. (9/10). $400 or swap for smaller flatscreen.
Coffee table - wooden, small, make good side table or little kids colouring table. (5/10) $10.
Lawnmower - older style, 4stroke, solid, new sp/plug, sharpened blades last week. $50.
Fridge/freezer - freezer on top. Small. Goes great. (6/10) $125.
HP 19" 1280x1024 LCD, no dead/bright/stuck, VGA only, silver bezel (9/10). $25.





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  Reply # 740904 7-Jan-2013 10:43 Send private message

Bump.

All still for sale.

Plus Home Theatre System:

Sony STR-DG520 Receiver (HDMI/Component/DTS/Optical/Remote/7.1/uncluttered front panel).
Wharfdale 5.1 speakers including 2x floorstanding, 2x bookshelf, 1x center, 1x12" powered cube sub (down facing, glass top).

Speakers are all the classic older Wharfdale black units. (not 'Cube' series, newer...).

Receiver would probably be considered "entry level with good features".
Speakers would probably be considered "entry level".

Excellent clean bass from the floorstanders, means you can run the sub quite low for good effect.

Make an offer. Don't care if it doesn't sell, will store for when we buy a bigger house :)




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  Reply # 740920 7-Jan-2013 10:47 Send private message

How much is it for the home theater package you are looking to get? 
I am in auckland. 



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  Reply # 740925 7-Jan-2013 10:54 Send private message

Not sure, haven't checked around.

Forgot to add there is a center speaker too.

I was thinking $500 for the lot. Would be happy to revise downward slightly if that was unrealistic.

Shipping might be an expensive pain for it all...




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  Reply # 740926 7-Jan-2013 10:57 Send private message

Ok, one of my friend is looking to buy similar setup. I will advise him 



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  Reply # 740930 7-Jan-2013 11:01 Send private message

Amp has two HDMI in and one HDMI out, supporting video and audio. Great to HDMI switch a basic setup.




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  Reply # 740932 7-Jan-2013 11:09 Send private message

Is lawnmower still for sale? what make? does it come with a catcher?



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  Reply # 740940 7-Jan-2013 11:23 Send private message

Morrison.
Briggs & Stratton 3.5hp 4 stroke.
Throttle up on the handle.
Catcher (fabric with wear expected for age, but not spewing cut grass or dust everywhere).
Adjustable height.

Does a good job on our neat lawn, struggles a little on long patches, my sharpening job wasn't the best, as I only had an almost-finished grinding wheel. Can re-sharpen before sale if its something you can't do yourself.

Probably wants air filter (foam) replaced too.

Good solid mower. Only selling as merging households and the other mower is only a few years old.

Can see going.

Lawns need mowing now. Come do them lol.




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  Reply # 740942 7-Jan-2013 11:25 Send private message

Forgot to mention, it is red. Which, by the Law Of Chromatic Superiority, means your lawns will get done faster.




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