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Topic # 160216 28-Dec-2014 15:38
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FREE: PANASONIC TX-29S90Z Television

29" CRT TV. Works fine. Power button a takes a couple of efforts sometimes. No remote.
Pick up from New Windsor or Auckland CBD.

PM me if interested.

May be able to drop it off around Auckland for a donation. Check suburb with me first.

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  Reply # 1204968 28-Dec-2014 15:38
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1204981 28-Dec-2014 15:39
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I think you'd be lucky to try and get rid of a fully working with remote CRT tv let alone you one unfortantly. 



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  Reply # 1204982 28-Dec-2014 15:43
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Andib: I think you'd be lucky to try and get rid of a fully working with remote CRT tv let alone you one unfortantly. 


That's true. Technology :) However, as mentioned...it's free so thanks for your reply but please don't spam the thread. No harm in offering it to people before I throw it out. Someone out there may have a use for it.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 1204986 28-Dec-2014 15:45
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Donate to south Auckland op shop

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  Reply # 1207810 3-Jan-2015 20:22
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FYI: The only useful part in those is a deflection system made of copper. About 0.2KG x $5/kg @ the scrap yard.


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  Reply # 1207812 3-Jan-2015 20:27
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Dont forget the power cable.

I tried and tried to get rid of mine, which was quite a nice one with 100 and 75Hz modes so it wasnt like staring at a strobe light like most 50hz TVs.

No takers, so its sitting in the junk room awaiting the next inorganic collection. After watching nice stable LCD's I cant stand to have a CRT even in the same room as me now.




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  Reply # 1207817 3-Jan-2015 20:37
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Good luck! I put one on freecycle about 3-4 years ago and no takers. You have to pay scrap places to take the things now.

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  Reply # 1207821 3-Jan-2015 21:01
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richms: Dont forget the power cable.

I tried and tried to get rid of mine, which was quite a nice one with 100 and 75Hz modes so it wasnt like staring at a strobe light like most 50hz TVs.

No takers, so its sitting in the junk room awaiting the next inorganic collection. After watching nice stable LCD's I cant stand to have a CRT even in the same room as me now.


I waited for the next round of ecodrop and dumped 2 CRT TVs as I had no takers.
Ask the likes of Harvey Norman if they are will take it

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