LG 49UH603V 49inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV £400 @ Amazon
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LG 49UH603V 49inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV £400 @ Amazon

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Found 5th Jul 2017
its a LG 49UH603V 49inch ultra HD 4K smart tv, its on amazon for £419 at the moment, but yesterday the price was £380 so i think the price is flucuating an awful lot, so worthwhile maybe keeping a eye on it

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Bought this at 399. It's a huge fab

Original Poster

[quote=pugley]Bought this at 399. It's a huge fab[/quote]\x0d\x0ai know!

Take long warranty I am 18 months in & have the "LG black screen of death"

Nice find,never had issues with any of my LG's,5 of them

1lemon04 h, 22 m ago

Take long warranty I am 18 months in & have the "LG black screen of …Take long warranty I am 18 months in & have the "LG black screen of death"

If the item is faulty and you can prove it(by getting an independent report from local repair shop)then you don't require a warranty. You have 6 years in England and I believe 5 years in Scotland.

That said, it will be a lot quicker if you did have a warranty.

I had a faulty Xbox One that was a day one release and well out of warranty but I was compensated by the retailer after having it independently tested.

Anyway back on track.... LG tv's for me are the least reliable in terms of numbers/faulty units but then they do sell a hell of a lot more TV's than the others so... I used to repair them A LOT, along with Samsung and Philips. I have a LG and have had no issues with it but I have repaired the same model countless times. Just your luck at the end of the day with any manufacturer.

They don't make em like they used to....
Edited by: "Rusty82" 5th Jul 2017

Wonder if this is better than the 4k lg850v I got for
a grand 2 years ago

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Wonder if this is better than the 4k lg850v I got for a grand 2 years ago



It isn't

Price now up.

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Need central stand. I have too narrow chest of drawer. Damn

Rusty825th Jul

If the item is faulty and you can prove it(by getting an independent …If the item is faulty and you can prove it(by getting an independent report from local repair shop)then you don't require a warranty. You have 6 years in England and I believe 5 years in Scotland. That said, it will be a lot quicker if you did have a warranty. I had a faulty Xbox One that was a day one release and well out of warranty but I was compensated by the retailer after having it independently tested.Anyway back on track.... LG tv's for me are the least reliable in terms of numbers/faulty units but then they do sell a hell of a lot more TV's than the others so... I used to repair them A LOT, along with Samsung and Philips. I have a LG and have had no issues with it but I have repaired the same model countless times. Just your luck at the end of the day with any manufacturer. They don't make em like they used to....


Thanks
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