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Topic # 162012 26-Jan-2015 21:28
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Hi guys selling a Panasonic PZ850 that I bought in Mid 2009. Its been a great TV and well looked after. It is still going well and have been watching a lot of sports on it. This was one of the rare Plasmas which were Made in Japan. The reason for sale is I have upgraded my TV to a 55 inch. This has freeview built in and also has an SD card reader. It has 4 HDMI ports. Open to reasonable offers. Please feel free to ask any questions.  Looking for 400ish.

Specs as below in the link: 

http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/TH-50PZ850U?t=specs&
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  Reply # 1222749 26-Jan-2015 21:28
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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 # 1223252 27-Jan-2015 13:55
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Which town/city are you in?



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  Reply # 1223254 27-Jan-2015 13:57
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PaulFindlay: Which town/city are you in?


Auckland




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  Reply # 1231196 4-Feb-2015 15:55
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Hi,

FYI - Plasmas made in Japan are not rare and being made in Japan does not give it any advantage as I have observed bulging capacitors on JVC made in Japan :( and good ones in Samsung made in Maylasia.

I take those for parts and year does not matter for me - so when you accidently break the screen and have difficulty to manage that humangous waste - I am your client. (Changing the screen is not economical as it may cost 80-90% of the new tv)

Year 2009 for plasma is too old (near end of life) for you to dream about $400. You can buy new 3D 55-inch LED TV in Harvey for <$1000 (better than plasma)

I am either accepting ALL makes/models plasma TVs for free or buy for 1$ (to help you out with waste), $10, $15 but no more than $40-50 (for some exclusive models) depending on case by case basis. Broken or working screen for me does not matter - I will discard it anyway and have to pay for that :-( myself.




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RUKI: Hi,

FYI - Plasmas made in Japan are not rare and being made in Japan does not give it any advantage as I have observed bulging capacitors on JVC made in Japan :( and good ones in Samsung made in Maylasia.

I take those for parts and year does not matter for me - so when you accidently break the screen and have difficulty to manage that humangous waste - I am your client. (Changing the screen is not economical as it may cost 80-90% of the new tv)

Year 2009 for plasma is too old (near end of life) for you to dream about $400. You can buy new 3D 55-inch LED TV in Harvey for <$1000 (better than plasma)

I am either accepting ALL makes/models plasma TVs for free or buy for 1$ (to help you out with waste), $10, $15 but no more than $40-50 (for some exclusive models) depending on case by case basis. Broken or working screen for me does not matter - I will discard it anyway and have to pay for that :-( myself.



Thank you for the long reply. Already sold for $425.




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  Reply # 1231216 4-Feb-2015 16:25
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RUKI: Hi,

You can buy new 3D 55-inch LED TV in Harvey for <$1000 (better than plasma)



I've yet to see any LED TV that's better than plasma.

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