Refurbished Plasma TV – Why Should I Buy a Refurbished Plasma TV?
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You’re most likely hearing about refurbished Plasma TVs quite a lot lately. Are you wondering what it is? Is it someone’s broken television? Is a refurbished plasma TV a “used” or “secondhand” TV… like an eBay kind of thing? Oh, my gosh…. No! Continue reading to find out what a refurbished plasma TV is and why you should buy it.
First, let me make you aware that the terms “refurbished” and “reconditioned” are usually the same thing. Various manufacturers call it differently. For simplicity’s sake, in this article I’ll refer to it as “refurbished”.
Okay, so what is a refurbished plasma TV? Lots of big retailers offer 30 day return policies. So a customer can, for any reason, return a product within the first 30 days. Reasons can be anything, from the product being the wrong color, to the product not working properly. Sometimes items are returned the first day, still in box, never even taken out (maybe the customer purchased a plasma TV and then decided it wants an LCD TV…) Whatever the reason, the retailer accepts the return.
What does the retailer do with the returned product, say the returned plasma TV? It sends it back to the manufacturer. The manufacturer then inspects it, fixes it (if it needs fixing) with original factory parts and then tests it. The plasma TV is thoroughly tested so that it meets stringent factory standards; the same standards that new TV’s must meet. After it passes the test, it is just like new… no, it is better that new, because it’s been tested that it works. It is then repackaged, labeled as a “refurbished plasma TV“, and resold at substantial discounts.
Now you’re finally getting the secret of the rich. They buy refurbished plasma TV’s at huge discounts so they can afford to always be able to buy the new and upgraded ones! Refurbished plasma TV’s are quality TV’s, like Samsung, Sony, etc. It is possible to get name brand, high quality TV’s at incredible savings. You do have to know the right place to look for it, though.
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