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A friend wants to sell us this tv for $75.

But it is 11 years old. Everything is working fine on it now. We just want it to last a couple years. Is this a good deal or is he getting way over on us?

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Looks like this television goes from $100-$200 on Craigslist. If your only looking for a cheap fix for a few years, I can assume you are in the right ballpark. It certainly wont have the movie style quality picture, but after all, it is better than paying $1,000.00 for an LCD. Remember, these televisions will most likely require the digital converter box come this Feb. if you want to watch regular channels w/o cable.

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