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Topic # 245298 28-Jan-2019 13:42
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Hi,

Due to a change in personal circumstances we find ourselves with 2 TVs and I'd like to work out which one to keep and the prices of both if I choose to sell please?

1st one is samsung ua50hu7000wxrd maybe 4 years or more old. I'm pretty sure its 42" although Google just seem to bring up 50" for that.

2nd 1 is 1 year old Samsung UA49MU6300S

I figure the easy answer is to keep the newer one but figuring the newer one would be worth more which would come in handy at the moment.

Could anyone advise on potential sale price of these 2 and thoughts on which TV is best please?

Thank you


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  Reply # 2168944 28-Jan-2019 14:00
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Sell the older one, you won't get much more for the newer one second-hand.

 

How sad will you be if you sell the newer one then the old one dies soon after - probably outside warranty?

 

Similar thing happened to me; Samsung TV or similar type/age died just before I was about to give away a spare TV I had. Now using that spare.


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  Reply # 2169010 28-Jan-2019 15:41
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Pretty sure that samsung ua50hu7000wxrd  - the UA is the 'series/model'and the next 2 digits would be screen size - so 50"

 

 

 

Sounds like the other is 49".

 

Couldn't tell you which to keep - you would hope the newer one will last a few more years than the older one though.





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  Reply # 2169836 29-Jan-2019 19:08
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Thank you both, for your replies. Appreciate the input re the selling price, that helps a lot. 😊

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