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Mike (WA)

01-24-2013 08:17:50

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Sears worked best for us- watch the sales- Samsung is supposed to be one of the better brands these days, and we got a 32" Samsung LED for $299, and a 40 or 42" Samsung plasma for $399. They both have great pictures. Maybe too good- now, when I see Charles Krauthammer on Fox News, I can't quit looking at those two moles on the right side of his face, that I never knew he had before the flatscreen.

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01-24-2013 08:47:11

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to Mike (WA), 01-24-2013 08:17:50  
thanks for the replies.. i think i have settled on a samsung model 5300.. which is a 32in..we have a entertainment cabinet that i can only use a 32 in. sears is out of stock for this model and i cant get any sense from walmart salesperson on any tvs they have, maybe i need to talk to smomeelse

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01-30-2013 10:33:59

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to cb, 01-24-2013 08:47:11  
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Did you try Walmart on-line? We bought a DVR that way, you can order and pick up at the store.

We bought an AOC 32" on-line from Amazon. At the time it was the best price and AOC has a good reputation for quality computer monitors. I understand they are a big deal in Europe, more than here. We have the same issue, 32" is about the biggest we can fit in a cabinet and momma says it has to be able to be hidden, so no giant screens in the living room. For the man-cave it would be OK (if I only had one).

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01-30-2013 10:45:14

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to W_B, 01-30-2013 10:33:59  
thanks for the info we checked at walmart.. i think they have some pretty fair deals

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big fred

01-24-2013 15:13:20

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to cb, 01-24-2013 08:47:11  
I got my first one from They shipped free and the fellows that delivered it took the old one out of the cabinet (very heavy) and put the new one in and plugged it in to verify it worked. They also cleaned up after themselves. Second one from also delivered free, but just to my door. They didn't set it up. First one was a Samsung LCD, second a Panasonic Plasma. Very satisfied with both.

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01-24-2013 10:19:54

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to cb, 01-24-2013 08:47:11  
You made a good choice by getting a samsung. We have had one for over 5 years now, and the picture is still excellent. Their service is great. A little over 3 years, we had trouble with the main control board. (Took it a while for the picture to come in) I called tech support, they came out and changed out the mother board in about ten minutes, free of charge,even though the warranty expired at 3 years. He said the company was doing this because they knew of the minor problem.

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ken combs

01-24-2013 14:50:51

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to Hoenes, 01-24-2013 10:19:54  
I think you'll find that all the retailers will only provide a 30 day in=store warranty. After that, you deal with the maker.

so, I just buy price and brand. selling dealer makes no difference to me.

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