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Samsung UE55KU6400 55 Inch Ultra HD, Smart, Freeview HD, 4k LED TV £629.99 at Very
Samsung UE55KU6400 55 Inch Ultra HD, Smart, Freeview HD, 4k LED TV £629.99 at Very

Samsung UE55KU6400 55 Inch Ultra HD, Smart, Freeview HD, 4k LED TV £629.99 at Very

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Decent price and can spread cost over 12m interest free

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Aye, decent price, but if I'm paying that much I'd want at least a 5 year warranty. Few quid postage as well isn't there?

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Bird68

Aye, decent price, but if I'm paying that much I'd want at least a 5 year … Aye, decent price, but if I'm paying that much I'd want at least a 5 year warranty. Few quid postage as well isn't there?


All TVs come with a 5 year warranty

If it breaks it's not fit for purpose so you've got legal rights

We got our UE55H6400 3D TV from Very a few years ago and took advantage of the 12 months interest free.Don't forget to use TCB for extra discount

dodgymix

All TVs come with a 5 year warrantyIf it breaks it's not fit for purpose … All TVs come with a 5 year warrantyIf it breaks it's not fit for purpose so you've got legal rights



Good luck when th proving it's not fit for purpose. Can't see anything about a free 5 year warranty.
Edited by: "eslick" 13th Apr

Yeah, I imagine if the TV broke after the first year, Very would say tough luck. I understand that there's a 2 year EU thing, but I've never looked into and suspect there would be a fair bit of hoop-jumping? As for 5 years, I've no idea.

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Bird68

Yeah, I imagine if the TV broke after the first year, Very would say … Yeah, I imagine if the TV broke after the first year, Very would say tough luck. I understand that there's a 2 year EU thing, but I've never looked into and suspect there would be a fair bit of hoop-jumping? As for 5 years, I've no idea.



My last 4 Samsungs have been sold on after 5 or 6 years as I wanted new tellys and none broke so unlikely from experience you need an extended guarantee although...
Consumer rights say a product should be fit for purpose

Clearly TVs aren't only meant to last a year or even 3.. should last 6 / 7 years so easily to claim it's faulty

I've done it with all sorts over years and always been sorted out

Currys refunded me for a 3 year old oven that broke in my tenants house

Didn't even quibble

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The reason John Lewis and others do 5 years is they know that consumer have rights so it looks good to those customers who aren't aware of them rights

I'm presuming that if a TV broke down inside 5 years, John Lewis would do all the running for you, rather than you having to chase the manufacturer yourself.

i can get this for just over £570 delivered with a discount from Very but i really want a 65" TV.
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