Question about Mitsubishi WD-62525 62" Rear Projection HDTV
I am selling a 1998 26 inch Sharp tv and want to know how much to charge for it. It is in full working order.
If it is in good working condtion and looking very clean you may be able to get about $60 to $100 for it. Remember that there are new LCD TV sets that are very low in cost and will out perform your set.
I have seen some 24 inch models on sale for under $250 with a 3 year warranty. And, these sets will work in 16:9, has component inputs, and are packed with features.
In these times, people are trying to get rid of their CRT sets and change for the LCD types.
A 24 inch flat screen TV has about the same viewing as a 25 to 26 inch CRT TV.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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