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Topic # 100006 1-Apr-2012 11:18
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The vintage crt in my half finished arcade machine went pop and my other 21 CRTs are getting too blurry to bother putting in so am goping someone is offloading a 20" lcd. I know there were heaps of dell ones out there a few years back.




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  Reply # 603408 1-Apr-2012 18:33
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Check out Turners Auctions in Christchurch. The quake insurers are selling these things off at a dime a dozen. Although the biggest I've seen is 19"



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  Reply # 603417 1-Apr-2012 19:06
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When I looked at their traeeme listings nothing like that was shippable




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  Reply # 610185 16-Apr-2012 19:13
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A bit extreme, but if you're still looking this has a 20" 4:3 screen (along with a widescreen 20" and two desktops)

http://www.graysonline.co.nz/lot.asp?LOT_ID=7727821

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