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D.W

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  Reply # 1223207 27-Jan-2015 13:20
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D.W: If anyone happened to have a 55" similar model in Chch and wanted to upgrade size I would pay a good price for the 55".


It's a total "Hail Mary" type pass, but I have a 50" VT20 series Panasonic plasma in Chch. It's older but it was top of the line then and still awesome (no Freeview HD tuner though). I might be interested in a size to 65" is someone wanted my 50" Plasma :-)


Unfortunately I'm looking to step up from 50" (but 65" is too big for my current place).



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  Reply # 1223226 27-Jan-2015 13:29
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D.W:
Talkiet:
D.W: If anyone happened to have a 55" similar model in Chch and wanted to upgrade size I would pay a good price for the 55".


It's a total "Hail Mary" type pass, but I have a 50" VT20 series Panasonic plasma in Chch. It's older but it was top of the line then and still awesome (no Freeview HD tuner though). I might be interested in a size to 65" is someone wanted my 50" Plasma :-)


Unfortunately I'm looking to step up from 50" (but 65" is too big for my current place).


65" is NEVER too big. There is no such thing when it comes to TVs

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