I would like to buy a new smaller flat screen tv but I need to sell the current one to do so
I cannot find my receipt but remember it to be very expensive
Can you tell me what a
PT 53TW53G 2003 Panasonic sold for back then I realize there would be some depreciation but it works fine and is in good condition and if I sell it I can get a new one
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Re: pricing for a used tv
Always price it higher then you want so you can come down ,CK your local adds see what new ones are going for Some sold out for as little as $799.00 Alot depends on where you are and if money is plenty which now days its hard to come by.
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Sorry these tv are no longer in productions.But,if it is still do,not worth fixing etheir.Because the tv picture screen panel are 90% important to the tv functions and it is limited productions by the tvs corporations.The only place u can buy the tvs picture screen panels are by the tvs corporations themselves.Yes,they'll sell the picture screen panels to u,but prices will cost the same as a new tvs.Sorry if have a tv,have damages or broken tvs pictures screen panels.Ur tv is not worth a whole tv anymore.Only worth as salvages for it electronic boards for parts,that it.
JVC DLP TVs are great TVS but I would not recommend purchasing a DLP TV used, nor would I pay $700 for a used TV!
The most I would pay for that TV would be about $300 as long as the lamp has been replaced within the last 4 months.
Save your money and add to that $700 and purchase a new flat panel LED TV, you will be much more satisfied with picture, performance, color processing, etc., you will probably have to settle for a smaller screen, but you will get a better TV in the long run.
GOOD LUCK !
Hi,I've been looking every where online to see who sells screens and haven't found a single website.I suggest to contact the manufacturer to see if the sell it.I know that the price its very costly and sometimes it's better to buy another tv.Have a blessed one!
Not worth repairing,because replacing the DLP Screen cost about the same as a new tv.The Tv compannies the only one well sell u the DLP screen,but they have very limitted stocks,if they sell it to u the part and labors well exceed the new tv.
I'm sorry to say, but on Craigslist most these tvs (dlp) are selling used for around $50 to $400, but that's assuming the higher priced ones sell for the asking price. A tv shop, if they would buy any of these (they are starting to want just lcd/plasma), would prob only give you around $50. This is just an estimate, but if anything you would be better off trying to sell it online at a site like Craigslist, they have local forums to buy, sell and trade.
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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.
Buy a new one , not worth fixing. I have the same tv, with the same problem . It's getting old now and the price of a new one . It might cost $ 400-500 big ones to fix it . Thats half the price of a new flat screen , cheap model mind you . But I still think it's not worth it .