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Plasma & LCD TV Warranties

nkhan Avatar
1d, 3m agoPosted 1 decade, 3 months ago
I would like to know which manufactures offer how much guarantee on there plasma and lcd tvs.
I know that
Evesham offer 3 yrs
Samsung 1yr
Samsung Business 2yrs
Panasonic 1yr

any ideas on the rest
nkhan Avatar
1d, 3m agoPosted 1 decade, 3 months ago
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#1
On a side note - if you buy from John Lewis they give you an automatic 5 year guarantee... 8-)
#2
But It Doesnt Cover Burned In Marks On The Screen Which Normally Occurs On Plasmas
#3
Thanks
What i am looking for is a set with the best warrany package
When your spending that sort of money, you want to be covered,
I dont want to spend 1500 and then after a year the tv is gone.
I know JL offer a 5yr but i am looking for manufacturers warranty
Thanks emma
#4
If you got a costco near you try them, I know someone who took a toilet seat back, they do give very good warranties( not just on toilet seats).
#5
Tevion at Aldi are 3yr warranty.

http://www.aldi.co.uk/images/data_product/208446483344dc96c1536cf.jpg

No price on this 40" yet though. Out 7th Sept.
#6
Any1 else got any more info on manufacturer warranties.
What warranties have people got when they have bought their tvs.

Any help will be apprieciated

Thanks
#7
I would suggest that you check out the 'Domestic & General' insurance website and get a quote for your electronic items. They are very good and infact most of the dealers [for eg Dixons, Currys, Comet, etc] offer extended warranty through them, pocketing some commission as well.

I recently took out an extended warranty on my Panasonic Viera 42" Plasma TV and this costed me GBP 349.00 for 5 years [i.e for 4 years after the manufacturer's guarantee]. If I had gone through Dixons [where I purchased my TV from], I would have shelled out an extra 100 quid for the same policy.

I hope this is helpful to you.

BTW, I hope you know the difference between 'warranty' and a 'guarantee' [that John Lewis offers].

Best wishes,

Saabu.

PS: Panasonic's 5 year extended warranty [optional] is also through Domestic & General, but at a higher premium.
#8
saabu


BTW, I hope you know the difference between 'warranty' and a 'guarantee' [that John Lewis offers].




Nope:? whassit, whats best?
#9
I am specifically looking for Manufactures Warranty not Extended

Thanks
#10
Fixngrout
Nope:? whassit, whats best?


The answer to this question Fixngrout, is to refer you to an answer to a similar question in one of our forums.

Cutthroat_jake
A warranty is a written guarantee given to the purchaser of a new appliance, automobile, or other item by the manufacturer or dealer, usually specifying that the manufacturer will make any repairs or replace defective parts free of charge for a stated period of time.

A guarantee is a promise or assurance, especially one in writing, that something is of specified quality, content, benefit, etc., or that it will perform satisfactorily for a given length of time. This usually manifests as a "money back guarantee".

With a warranty, your TV is likely to be repaired free of charge, or replaced if necessary. With a guarantee you will have the right to your money back any time during the stated period. Subject to terms and conditions.

CJ


I hope this helps.

Regards,

Saabu
#11
nkhan
I am specifically looking for Manufactures Warranty not Extended

Thanks


Happy hunting!:grin:
#12
Fixngrout
Tevion at Aldi are 3yr warranty.

http://www.aldi.co.uk/images/data_product/208446483344dc96c1536cf.jpg

No price on this 40" yet though. Out 7th Sept.


That looks good! Make sure you post it as a deal when you know the price! (if the price is good)
#13
saabu
The answer to this question Fixngrout, is to refer you to an answer to a similar question in one of our forums.



I hope this helps.

Regards,

Saabu


So a guarantee would be better?
#14
gary_rip
So a guarantee would be better?


Guarantees are usually for a shorter period and warranties are for longer periods. The manufacturers usually give a guarantee of 1 or 2 years. Some like Dyson give an extended guarantee for their products for 5 years. John Lewis is probably the only retailer that I know who gives an automatic 5 year guarantee for most of their products.

You can never get an extended guarantee [AFAIK], in addition to what the manufacturer gives, but the warranties can be extended.

Regards,

Saabu.
#15
gary_rip
That looks good! Make sure you post it as a deal when you know the price! (if the price is good)


I've heard from another website that this is gonna be £849.99 as stated on an in store leaflet. Whats the chance of actually getting one of these tho? Is it a camp outside job?
#16
When is this tv coming?

And do we have the specs?
#17

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