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Old 10 December 2012, 13:38   #1
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Toshiba 33" CRT TV

Used to be the dogs danglies years before time forgot. Surround sound (speakers (not supplied)plug in back of TV). Obviously you'd need a Sky system or a set top box to tune in to your favorite programs.

The TV is in GWO and looks smart IMO. It's a monstrous size and it 1.2m high when sat on it's base.

The only issue is that the remote control volume buttons go up, but not down. Easily rectified by programing the sky remote or a three in one type.

It's off to the Tip next weekend as it's taking up valuable Christmas Tree space.

Can post Picture if anyone's interested.


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Old 10 December 2012, 13:43   #2
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Originally Posted by Hightower View Post
It's off to the Tip next weekend as it's taking up valuable Christmas Tree space.
Perhaps check to see if any local chary-dees are interested. I found one that took 50 old CRTs off my hands - they were selling them to Nigeria and pocketing the proceeds.

Which I found vaguely satisfying, in several ways
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