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Panasonic tv pricing

I would like to buy a new Panasonic High definition tv and someone has offered to buy my old one (so I can afford to do this) and I want to charge them fairly the one I am selling is a
2003 PT %3TW53G what did it sell for a cannot find my receipt?

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From what I have seen, if the set is in good working condition it should go for about $100 to $150 maximum. If anything goes wrong with it where original parts are required it may not be serviceable. It is no longer supported. Considering its age its reliability is considered very low.

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