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Topic # 54446 17-Dec-2009 23:19
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40GB Playstation 3.

Turns on fine, unfortunately cannot read discs anymore; I assume it's a dirty/broken laser.
Has never been opened for repair, purcased Late 07/Early 08. Exterior in great condition.

Laser replacement costs that fit the PS3 are going for $100-$150 on trademe.

Great deal if you know how to fix it yourself.


Comes with:

40GB PS3 Console

1 X Six axis Sony Controller with charging cord.

1x Av cable

1x Power Cable


I'm wanting $140 ONO

Pick-ups only from Waikato.

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  Reply # 283586 17-Dec-2009 23:29
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Oh it could definitely be good as media player...




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  Reply # 283588 17-Dec-2009 23:31
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Never thought about that actually..:P

Dad is buying me a new slim tomorrow, I have no use for it now :)

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  Reply # 283594 17-Dec-2009 23:53
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I'll give you $140 but I can't pay or collect till after christmas, am in aus. For xmas. DM for contact details. Where in waikato?




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  Reply # 283595 17-Dec-2009 23:57
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2 year old laser. should be covered under the CGA. Retailer should fix it for free.




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  Reply # 283600 18-Dec-2009 00:18
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pjnet: I'll give you $140 but I can't pay or collect till after christmas, am in aus. For xmas. DM for contact details. Where in waikato?


Cambridge, although I'd like the money a little sooner sorry, just to give my parents some funds for getting
me a new one. :-)



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  Reply # 283602 18-Dec-2009 00:20
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billgates: 2 year old laser. should be covered under the CGA. Retailer should fix it for free.


Yeah, I realise that, not too bothered though. Would rather have a new one as there would be no hassle with
future break downs.

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  Reply # 283627 18-Dec-2009 08:42
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I will give you $130 for it and will pay immediately. I would need you to put it in some sort of box though so I can get a courier to collect.



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  Reply # 283651 18-Dec-2009 09:55
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marmel: I will give you $130 for it and will pay immediately. I would need you to put it in some sort of box though so I can get a courier to collect.


Sent a PM.

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  Reply # 284914 23-Dec-2009 21:41
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Actually you can get a laser for about $80 NZ delivered from overseas, this is why I purchased it :-)

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  Reply # 284932 23-Dec-2009 23:19
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Ebay.

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  Reply # 284947 24-Dec-2009 07:10
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Haven't purchased one yet but a friend got one from a seller and hasn't had any issues at all.

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  Reply # 284950 24-Dec-2009 07:55
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I've got the PS3, haven't opened the box yet though and probably won't bother until after the new year. I will open up the PS3 and get the numbers off the laser and order from there.



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  Reply # 285144 25-Dec-2009 17:40
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marmel: Actually you can get a laser for about $80 NZ delivered from overseas, this is why I purchased it :-)


Mate, have you received it yet?

EDIT; NVM, saw your post :P. Good to know it arrived.

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