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There is a 32" TV that is sitting in my kitchen right now

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That can't be used for another 2 months.. Any point in this? Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
That can't be used for another 2 months..


Any point in this?
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Ho Ho Ho ;)
#2
just open it-santa wont mind
#3
barky
just open it-santa wont mind


but the parents will,

it tempting though.. :thumbsup:
banned#4
2 month warranty loss, also you can demand a return if faulty within 28 days after this i believe they only have to offer a repair, my daughter had her laptop a month early last year because of the above
#5
sassie
2 month warranty loss, also you can demand a return if faulty within 28 days after this i believe they only have to offer a repair, my daughter had her laptop a month early last year because of the above


good point
#6
Take the TV out, fill the box with bricks. Your parents will never notice.
#7
sassie
2 month warranty loss, also you can demand a return if faulty within 28 days after this i believe they only have to offer a repair, my daughter had her laptop a month early last year because of the above


I agree with sassie, you could really do with testing the TV. If when you eventually open it at Christmas and it doesn't work, you'll be kicking yourself!!
#8
stefor
I agree with sassie, you could really do with testing the TV. If when you eventually open it at Christmas and it doesn't work, you'll be kicking yourself!!


I won't be kicking myself, i'll be kicking the parents. Infact it'll be more than kicking :whistling:
#9
ChipSticks
Take the TV out, fill the box with bricks. Your parents will never notice.


Apart from the the 17" upgrade of TV in my room :w00t:
#10
borolad94
Apart from the the 17" upgrade of TV in my room :w00t:


Just wear a pair of socks all week, then hang them on your door, guarantees no one will enter! lol
#11
Just sneakily pour a little liquid next to it and suddenly announce with all urgency"Oh No.......there is a plasma leak", then act like you are really freaked out and state with full conviction "If we don't switch it on soon then there may be a chain reaction and the kitchen will be sucked into an inverted continuum!! continue freaking out for a while.

I'm sure the rents will cave in.




you might get sent to bed with no tea:)
#12
sassie
2 month warranty loss, also you can demand a return if faulty within 28 days after this i believe they only have to offer a repair, my daughter had her laptop a month early last year because of the above


+1 - friends of mine had big problems trying to get a replacement after their brand new tv was faulty - manufacturers said it was the suppliers domain and vice versa. Eventually sorted but it took a LONG time. My advice is to open it up, test it, then box it up again. HTH
banned#13
My son asked for a 32" tv for christmas and is completely unaware that it's downstairs in a cupboard, hidden behind loads of things. I did open it all up though to check that everything was there and switched it on to make sure it was working etc. He only has a 19" tv at the moment but wanted a 32 hd ready so as he can get better picture quality for playing his ps3 on :roll:
#14
Mum just rang and apparently the TV is going to be tested over the road, put back in the box and wrapped up for Xmas day. :x But i still read out Sassie's post word for word to her over the phone. :giggle: but she's not budging :x
banned#15
borolad94
Mum just rang and apparently the TV is going to be tested over the road, put back in the box and wrapped up for Xmas day. :x But i still read out Sassie's post word for word to her over the phone. :giggle: but she's not budging :x


well its up to your mum really but it seems daft to me to have something sat in a box for two months, means you only actually got 10 months warranty with it, if you was young ide undersatand, but its not like a big secret or anything, you know your having it an its gonna be sat there for two months
#16
Eternal_Optimist
My son asked for a 32" tv for christmas and is completely unaware that it's downstairs in a cupboard, hidden behind loads of things. I did open it all up though to check that everything was there and switched it on to make sure it was working etc. He only has a 19" tv at the moment but wanted a 32 hd ready so as he can get better picture quality for playing his ps3 on :roll:


No need for the eye roll :giggle: thats why i have got this 32" so i can play my PS3, got it last year and have hardly used it cos i've only got a 15" and can't even see the words on the screen. I've been stuck playing my other PS3 downstairs on my 42" :w00t:
#17
sassie
well its up to your mum really but it seems daft to me to have something sat in a box for two months, means you only actually got 10 months warranty with it, if you was young ide undersatand, but its not like a big secret or anything, you know your having it an its gonna be sat there for two months


You're right, they are used to treating me like a kid. :roll: Apparently Xmas won't feel like Xmas without it :roll:

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