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    anywhere i can rent a tele form for a month or a little less?

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    my TV that i got from dixons has gone wrong again (the fist one broke and was replaced) and they are coming to take it away to be looked at tomorrow.

    Last time they took it they didnt even look at it and it hit the 28 day mark where they will send a replacement.

    so i am not looking forward to 28 day more of having no tele.

    My other Tele is screwed to the wall in the bedroom so cant bring that downstairs.

    is there anywhere i can rent a Tv for a month or so from ?

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    Why not just stream Live TV to your PC .....not great but better than nothing : :thumbsup:

    tvcatchup.com/

    Remeber to select Full Screen. :)m

    dont know where you live put in the northwest try martin dawes make sure you say you want a month to month contract recon tv should get a plasma 42 for 25.00 I dont work there did but no longer so just trying to help

    Why not buy one from a big box and take it back before the return policy requirements...

    You'll have to pay full price but then you'll get a full refund.

    Or ask on freecycle for a tv, you can offer it back on freecycle when you no longer need it.

    Original Poster Banned

    [email protected];7788800

    Why not buy one from a big box and take it back before the return policy … Why not buy one from a big box and take it back before the return policy requirements...You'll have to pay full price but then you'll get a full refund.



    like who and wouldnt i need a reason ?

    lewt;7789508

    like who and wouldnt i need a reason ?



    yeah cos retailers just sell stuff you can just use and return without fault for a full refund!

    all the time

    despite the fact that when its returned and if its not faulty, its now second hand and will have to be sold as such.

    why should a store take a profit hit like that?

    freecycle is a good idea

    How about buying a second hand tv, then selling it when the time arises, you shouldn't lose too much given that you paid a fair price for it.

    slackrat77;7790039

    yeah cos retailers just sell stuff you can just use and return without … yeah cos retailers just sell stuff you can just use and return without fault for a full refund!all the timedespite the fact that when its returned and if its not faulty, its now second hand and will have to be sold as such.why should a store take a profit hit like that?freecycle is a good idea



    Like ]Tesco Direct?

    If you change your mind within 28 days, we are happy to refund or … If you change your mind within 28 days, we are happy to refund or exchange the product provided it is returned, as sold, with all the original packaging, tags, labels and accessories. Please have your invoice with you to do this.



    Apology?

    Original Poster Banned

    slackrat77;7790039

    yeah cos retailers just sell stuff you can just use and return without … yeah cos retailers just sell stuff you can just use and return without fault for a full refund!all the timeidea



    oh that's good then

    dcx_badass;7791441

    Where abouts are you, we have a spare CRT in leeds you can have for like … Where abouts are you, we have a spare CRT in leeds you can have for like £40 or something.



    Northampton i'd go for

    lewt,

    Where are you from? Liverpool?

    [email protected];7791556

    Like ]Tesco Direct?Apology?



    nope. cos they may see thats its been used and tell you its not 'as sold' and refuse the refund.
    GF's flatmate's fella works in the biggest tesco in our region, on customer service and he says people try to do this sorta thing all the time, buy something, use it for just short of a month and return it.

    if its been very obviously used and they come back on or just before the 28th day, they'll let the manager decide whether to refund it, depending on whether they deem it to be 'As sold'.

    Some stores may just let it pass.
    but on things like TVs, I dunno.

    Worth a try but you could be stuck with a TV you didnt want if they refuse a refund cos its not 'as sold'
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