Samsung LE40C750 - 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV - £699 Delivered @ Currys
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Samsung LE40C750 - 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV - £699 Delivered @ Currys

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Found 18th Feb 2011
just looking at tv's online at currys come across this deal ...

up to 3% cashback through quido
Full HD
40 inch (101 cm) 16/9
200Hz
Freeview
Available for home delivery
Available to reserve & collect

below it says you might need these, Black Series HDMI 1.4 Cable with Ethernet - 1.5m HDMI 1.4 Cable - 2m ........If you got the hd lead would you still need the hdm1 cable?

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I've been looking at this set for a friend recently and have seen many retailers selling for £649.

For £699 you can get this from John Lewis with a 5 year guarantee

Original Poster

I only posted as came across deal and seemed a good price, not as good as what it looks then.

It's not a bad deal for a a decent television but amazon, richer sounds, dixons to name a few sell this set for £649. If they didn't and JL weren't in the running then this would be a corker.

This deal was also posted last week... Previous Post
Edited by: "thehitman" 18th Feb 2011

poor 3d performance!!

thehitman

I've been looking at this set for a friend recently and have seen many … I've been looking at this set for a friend recently and have seen many retailers selling for £649.For £699 you can get this from John Lewis with a 5 year guarantee



4 years...you get 1 year from everywhere.
JL gives you another 4 years of standard service.
they shouldnt be allowed to market it as a 5 year cover, cos its not, its 4 yr extended

slackrat77

4 years...you get 1 year from everywhere.JL gives you another 4 years of … 4 years...you get 1 year from everywhere.JL gives you another 4 years of standard service.they shouldnt be allowed to market it as a 5 year cover, cos its not, its 4 yr extended



Technically you are correct however you would still need to go to the retailer to report a fault in the first year. If in the first year you were to go to the manufacturer with a fault without going through the retailer and the set was replaced by the manufacturer, the retailer could then say they didn't sell that television to you and tear up the remaining 4 years of warranty.

Some manufacturers like Philips offer a 2 year warranty so technically speaking John Lewis would only offer a 3 years extension. If you look at the guarantee terms for John Lewis, they state that the manufacturers guarantee period is honoured so they aren't really doing anything wrong.
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