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Refurbished Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £854.99 at Panasonic eBay
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Refurbished Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £854.99 at Panasonic eBay

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Posted 8th Apr

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One in stock at the Panasonic eBay outlet. Might not last long but a great deal IMO as they are still nearly £1200 in shops (saving around £350), although you would get a much longer warranty if you bought as a new retail item. This only has 12 months of warranty directly with Panasonic.
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I’ve just sent back my second OLED tv from the outlet, no burn in either but both had a pixel fault and the second one also had parts missing for the stand and to attach the sound bar.
£42 more than last week.
countryboy108/04/2020 11:01

I’ve just sent back my second OLED tv from the outlet, no burn in either b …I’ve just sent back my second OLED tv from the outlet, no burn in either but both had a pixel fault and the second one also had parts missing for the stand and to attach the sound bar.


I’ve got one coming later this week. What do I need to do to check it over?
Check the manual for what parts you should get. The first had a blue pixel gone, when turned on really bright so easy to spot. The second had a red pixel that had gone. Power it on, easier to see on a black screen, watch a colour burn in video on it through YouTube to see if there’s any dead pixels.
I in the last 5 years I have purchased 2 high end TVs from the Panasonic store. All was great, with condition, picture etc. Between year 4 to 5 for each set both have failed. I now only buy brand new & has also given me second thoughts about their TVs (i was a big fan of their plasma sets after pioneer three in the towel)
countryboy108/04/2020 11:01

I’ve just sent back my second OLED tv from the outlet, no burn in either b …I’ve just sent back my second OLED tv from the outlet, no burn in either but both had a pixel fault and the second one also had parts missing for the stand and to attach the sound bar.


You do wonder no matter what the brand, how many are faulty? They must have more returns than the Xbox 360 & the red light of death!
danskis08/04/2020 11:16

I in the last 5 years I have purchased 2 high end TVs from the Panasonic …I in the last 5 years I have purchased 2 high end TVs from the Panasonic store. All was great, with condition, picture etc. Between year 4 to 5 for each set both have failed. I now only buy brand new & has also given me second thoughts about their TVs (i was a big fan of their plasma sets after pioneer three in the towel)


I suppose with cheaper/refurb you take a chance. Have to say both that the picture settings out of the box(THX tuned) on the Oleds is really good. I bought a LG B9 now and have had to tweak the settings to get a better picture.
Ukguy10108/04/2020 11:17

You do wonder no matter what the brand, how many are faulty? They must …You do wonder no matter what the brand, how many are faulty? They must have more returns than the Xbox 360 & the red light of death!


I doubt any company can beat the red light of death
So far so good with my refurb from Richer sounds and my return stock TV’s from John Lewis.

I had a 4k Blu-ray player from here that broke at nearly a year. Couldn’t be bothered to send it back.
Edited by: "Monkey.nuts.2" 8th Apr
napedog197908/04/2020 11:05

I’ve got one coming later this week. What do I need to do to check it over?


As long as they're not sending you the ones He returned
kayceee08/04/2020 11:33

As long as they're not sending you the ones He returned


TX-65FZ952B and a TX-55FZ802B
kayceee08/04/2020 11:33

As long as they're not sending you the ones He returned


fingers crossed
countryboy108/04/2020 11:13

Check the manual for what parts you should get. The first had a blue pixel …Check the manual for what parts you should get. The first had a blue pixel gone, when turned on really bright so easy to spot. The second had a red pixel that had gone. Power it on, easier to see on a black screen, watch a colour burn in video on it through YouTube to see if there’s any dead pixels.


like this? youtube.com/wat…xOw
or this youtube.com/wat…Mdc
Edited by: "napedog1979" 8th Apr
napedog197908/04/2020 11:38

like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN-KIlsxxOw or this …like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN-KIlsxxOw or this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emnTTyN1Mdc


Second one would be better for checking.
I'm looking to upgrade my living room telly but what I read about OLED and it's problems I'm leaning towards Samsung QLED
It’s actually a bit mad how this is so cold but the same TV at over £1100 is going hot
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