How to Find Refurbished LG Flat Screens

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How to Find Refurbished LG Flat Screens
There are many places to find refurbished LG flat screen televisions, including online stores, brick-and-mortar retail locations and LG dealers. (full hd lcd tv image by mattmatt73 from Fotolia.com)

Refurbished televisions can offer considerable savings ranging anywhere from 50 to 70 per cent off the original selling price. Purchasing a television that is considered refurbished does not mean you are getting a product of less value. Reasons a product is labelled refurbished can refer to a product that has simply been overstocked. There are many places you can find refurbished flat screen televisions from any manufacturer, including LG.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Check out the selection of LG brand flat screen televisions available from online stores that sell refurbished products. The prices available from online stores will be lower than most brick-and-mortar retail locations, since they don't have to worry about overhead costs. Three of the most popular online retailers that offer refurbished products are Refurbdepot.com, Overstock.com and Amazon.com.

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    Visit a brick-and-mortar store that specialises in refurbished electronics. There are many discount stores you can visit that purchase refurbished products from manufacturers to sell to customers. Many of these stores also offer an in-store warranty that can be applied to the LG flat screen television.

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    Visit an LG dealer. Often big box stores will be able to sell refurbished items from brands that they carry. You may be able to find an refurbished LG flat screen as well directly through LG by using their website at http://www.lg.com/us/general/contact-us.jsp or by phoning the company at 1 (800) 243-0000.

Tips and warnings

  • Ensure that the product you are purchasing is a genuinely factory-refurbished product. In order to be considered fully refurbished, a product must be factory tested again before resale. this is a distinction from a product that is "reconditioned." This term differs from refurbished in that the product has been damaged and fixed.

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