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Panasonic TX-55FX555B 55inch 4k TV - £199.99 @ eBay Panasonic outlet
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Panasonic TX-55FX555B 55inch 4k TV - £199.99 @ eBay Panasonic outlet

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Great value, but a refurbished Vestel model. Heat added.
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Edited by: "AJ92" 11th Sep
Gone already...
There was only one left and it's gone
Gone!
Oos
A few other great value TV's though that have just been listed. Just picked up a TX-43FX555B 4k TV for £117.
buliztik11/09/2019 10:58

There was only one left and it's gone


There was 4 when I looked, but didn't want or need one.
AJ9211/09/2019 10:57

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I'm not sure it did - ridiculously cheap 55" 4k, regardless of any finer details.
Panasonic outlet talk such bollocks. I asked them when they'd be getting more of these and they said oh never that's it now. Two days later they get more...ok
AJ9211/09/2019 10:57

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Been on hduk a few times this was just inform people who missed out that tvs were back in stock
The 43" I bought an hour ago has been despatched already and DPD have confirmed delivery for tomorrow. Very efficient!
Make sure to check anything you receive from this seller very thoroughly. I bought the 43” version of this a while back, gave it a quick once-over to make sure it hadn’t been damaged in transit, turned it on and off, and put it back in its box as I wasn’t able to install it there and then.

When I did set it up and start watching things on it, I noticed a white patch on the left hand side of the screen. Turns out the bezel hadn’t been clipped into the case correctly and was exerting a lot of pressure on the edge of the panel. I put in a return request with Panasonic explaining the situation, complete with photos, and politely requested a return. They closed the request instantly without even replying, and I can’t ask Ebay to step in because apparently my purchase wasn’t eligible for buyer protection. Now stuck with a defective TV.

Caveat emptor!

P.S.Does anyone have experience with opening a Paypal case for this kind of thing? Looks like it might be my only option now...
Edited by: "finknottle" 11th Sep
finknottle11/09/2019 13:05

Make sure to check anything you receive from this seller very thoroughly. …Make sure to check anything you receive from this seller very thoroughly. I bought the 43” version of this a while back, gave it a quick once-over to make sure it hadn’t been damaged in transit, turned it on and off, and put it back in its box as I wasn’t able to install it there and then.When I did set it up and start watching things on it, I noticed a white patch on the left hand side of the screen. Turns out the bezel hadn’t been clipped into the case correctly and was exerting a lot of pressure on the edge of the panel. I put in a return request with Panasonic explaining the situation, complete with photos, and politely requested a return. They closed the request instantly without even replying, and I can’t ask Ebay to step in because apparently my purchase wasn’t eligible for buyer protection. Now stuck with a defective TV.Caveat emptor! P.S.Does anyone have experience with opening a Paypal case for this kind of thing? Looks like it might be my only option now...


You may have left it for too long over a month ? So their 12 months warranty is just for decoration ? You should be protected if paid by PayPal (time frame important)
finknottle11/09/2019 13:05

Make sure to check anything you receive from this seller very thoroughly. …Make sure to check anything you receive from this seller very thoroughly. I bought the 43” version of this a while back, gave it a quick once-over to make sure it hadn’t been damaged in transit, turned it on and off, and put it back in its box as I wasn’t able to install it there and then.When I did set it up and start watching things on it, I noticed a white patch on the left hand side of the screen. Turns out the bezel hadn’t been clipped into the case correctly and was exerting a lot of pressure on the edge of the panel. I put in a return request with Panasonic explaining the situation, complete with photos, and politely requested a return. They closed the request instantly without even replying, and I can’t ask Ebay to step in because apparently my purchase wasn’t eligible for buyer protection. Now stuck with a defective TV.Caveat emptor! P.S.Does anyone have experience with opening a Paypal case for this kind of thing? Looks like it might be my only option now...



See, now I'm concerned as I've bought one but it's a Christmas pressie.

What are the details of the gurantee then?

Maybe try 'Resolver' - that will get their attention.
smarti200611/09/2019 13:44

You may have left it for too long over a month ? So their 12 months …You may have left it for too long over a month ? So their 12 months warranty is just for decoration ? You should be protected if paid by PayPal (time frame important)



It was just over a month, yes - but seems it was never eligible for buyer protection. Really poor show from eBay as this is one of their main selling points. The warranty is a different kettle of fish - I believe for that you have to get the item (at your own expense) to one of their service centres, and I don’t know if it covers defects that the TV came with. Think I have 180 days for a Paypal case, just a bit apprehensive that they might wash their hands of it too.

Dude197111/09/2019 13:59

See, now I'm concerned as I've bought one but it's a Christmas …See, now I'm concerned as I've bought one but it's a Christmas pressie.What are the details of the gurantee then?Maybe try 'Resolver' - that will get their attention.



Thanks, could try that if Paypal doesn’t work out. You should be fine as long as you check it thoroughly - as above though, for any warranty repairs I think it needs to be returned to one of their service centres
finknottle11/09/2019 14:17

It was just over a month, yes - but seems it was never eligible for buyer …It was just over a month, yes - but seems it was never eligible for buyer protection. Really poor show from eBay as this is one of their main selling points. The warranty is a different kettle of fish - I believe for that you have to get the item (at your own expense) to one of their service centres, and I don’t know if it covers defects that the TV came with. Think I have 180 days for a Paypal case, just a bit apprehensive that they might wash their hands of it too.Thanks, could try that if Paypal doesn’t work out. You should be fine as long as you check it thoroughly - as above though, for any warranty repairs I think it needs to be returned to one of their service centres



I've just won my fight with Hermes re a damaged delivery, fingers crossed you get a result too. I bought mine on a credit card - gave it a quick once-over but not much more than that. I'd like to see the warranty in writing though - bet it's not easy to find.
Business details
Business name:Servicecare Support Services Ltd TA panasonic_outlet
First name:Carl
Last name:Troy
Address: Hollinwood Works
Manchester Road
OL9 7AA
Oldham
Lancashire
UK


Phone:0300 330 0970

Email:panasonic@oldham.servicecare.co.uk
Bargain, but the quality TV's start at 750 models & above!
tony21116611/09/2019 18:37

Bargain, but the quality TV's start at 750 models & above!


I think the 750s arevert good models in the FX range. Think they are like the equivalent to the 800 in the GX range I think. The 700-740 are do not have the upgraded processor.
I for a 49FX650 earlier in the week for 270. Not a bad price but the 750s are soo rarely reduced its hard to find one from these guys.
My 43FX555B arrived today. Box a bit tatty but TV as new. Had protective wrapping around the bezel and all accessories. Yes, it's not top end spec but for £117 for a 43" 4K TV I really can't complain :-)
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