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    How can I sell my broken LCD tv?
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    • 9th Aug 11, 12:47 PM
    How can I sell my broken LCD tv? 9th Aug 11 at 12:47 PM
    Hi guys,

    First post so go easy on me and apologies if this is posted in the wrong place.

    I have a 32" Sony TV which I bought around 2 years ago. Unfortunately there was a little accident in which the LCD screen has cracked internally and I am looking to find the most cost effective manner to sell my TV while getting some form of return.

    Cosmetically, the TV is in pristine condition, minus the above fault. In other words, all other aspects of the TV is in "as new" condition.

    I have considered options such as eBay and listings on Gumtree etc but do any of you have any other, perhaps better methods to achieve a swift sell while getting a decent return?

    Thanks in advance guys and happy savings!
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