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Toshiba TV 55T6863DB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play - Black - [A+ Rated] £352 @ ao ebay
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Toshiba TV 55T6863DB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play - Black - [A+ Rated] £352 @ ao ebay

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Posted 6th Sep 2018
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Edited by: "sam_of_london" 6th Sep 2018
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take gamble with this and order one... Seems very good price for 55"
No 5 year warranty. Risky.
After few minute of ordering, AO gave a call and offer £50 voucher of sound bar. But I refuse.
oversleep06/09/2018 06:24

Is this better than the cost one? …Is this better than the cost one? https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Security/Televisions-Projectors/Toshiba-49V6863DB-49-Inch-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-TV/p/266024


If the 6" isn't a big issue for you, I'd say certainly as Costco gives a 5yr warranty with it and it supports Dolby Vision HDR 10 which is the most popular HDR format at the moment and most likely to be fully supported

**apologies, both are HDR10 Dolby Vision. So Costco's benefit is five year warranty but 6" smaller..
Edited by: "Davejay81" 6th Sep 2018
Davejay8106/09/2018 10:07

If the 6" isn't a big issue for you, I'd say certainly as Costco gives a …If the 6" isn't a big issue for you, I'd say certainly as Costco gives a 5yr warranty with it and it supports Dolby Vision HDR 10 which is the most popular HDR format at the moment and most likely to be fully supported **apologies, both are HDR10 Dolby Vision. So Costco's benefit is five year warranty but 6" smaller..


I was going to go for the costco one... but the 6" make a big different for me. And warranty is not quite worth it for TV at this price which I might be wrong. lol...
oversleep2 m ago

I was going to go for the costco one... but the 6" make a big different …I was going to go for the costco one... but the 6" make a big different for me. And warranty is not quite worth it for TV at this price which I might be wrong. lol...


I'm absolutely hovering the idea myself now. Realistically the warranty is a belter but the extra 6" means I'd be happy with the size.. we all want an extra six inches...
Alright Tosh got a Toshiba?
We bought one of these from Currys PC World about a week ago but took it back the following day because there was an issue with the Netflix app where it would crash the TV.

The picture was really good and the TV looked nice, but the remote was awful and we didn't much like the smart OS.

I think they've fixed the Netflix issue now, we just preferred to go for another TV.
Common.Sense06/09/2018 10:05

No 5 year warranty. Risky.


Don't need one as you will get it repaired free off any manufacturer for up to 6 years, it's the law
Price is £449 now
madmick66606/09/2018 10:58

Don't need one as you will get it repaired free off any manufacturer for …Don't need one as you will get it repaired free off any manufacturer for up to 6 years, it's the law



Not true. You have to prove there was an fault at the time of purchase or known issue.

Good job it is not a Samsumg. They consistently refused to honour a phone warranty twice. I sued and they settled.
The deal is expired now, the price has been increased. Good deal and was seriously considering cancellation order of toshiba 49u6863 for 380£ from richersounds.
They had 10 in Staines Currys PC World at £379 if anyone was still after one.
Common.Sense06/09/2018 11:02

Not true. You have to prove there was an fault at the time of purchase or …Not true. You have to prove there was an fault at the time of purchase or known issue.Good job it is not a Samsumg. They consistently refused to honour a phone warranty twice. I sued and they settled.


Lad at work got his fixed after 5years didn't have to prove anything
madmick6668 m ago

Lad at work got his fixed after 5years didn't have to prove anything



Then he is lucky. The onus is on the purchaser to prove the fault.
I had a Brother printer repaired after 5 years and it was hard.

"Any defect or non-conformity of goods with the contract which becomes apparent within 6 months of delivery are presumed to have existed at the time of delivery. After the expiry of this 6 month period, the burden to prove that the defect or non-conformity of goods with the contract existed on delivery generally shifts to the consumer."

The issue is how to prove and do so cheaply!
Looks like I was just in time.. spent off the Nectar points and saved a further £35 on it.. means the 2k telly can now sit in the bedroom for late night series catch ups and the 4k can be enjoyed with such games as FIFA... (sad life but hey!!)

Re the 6 year fix it idea.. if it's a common fault in the device it would be quite easy to rattle a cage, but I'd see no point in holding my breath if it's outwith a warranty.

My limited legal knowledge would point out they can simply state the device isn't supposed to be left in standby mode beyond a certain time, it has to be updated regularly and they can point to any number of factors which can cause wear and tear to the parts within the device over time.

To be honest at £352 vs the £449 general price of it, the money saved can be put into a savings account then just buy a like for like if it breaks down in a few years. Or Google how to fix it haha
As per usual waited too long and missed the good price, annoy
ozstriker31 h, 15 m ago

As per usual waited too long and missed the good price, annoy


Think that's annoying, I had it in my basket at £352, went to pay and it didn't complete as the price had increased to £449....
Edited by: "Tommo2" 6th Sep 2018
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