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[NSW] LG 65" OLED OLED65C7T Refurbished $2,695.20 Moorebank Pickup Only @ Grays Online eBay

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Refurbished, pick up only. Unfortunately, they don't deliver to Perth or I'd be all over it.

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    Yep this is so damn hawt.

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    Yep, but it will also sell out in abiut 5 mins

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    4 left

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    $2k cheaper than lowest price for C8 replacement.

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    Grays Online is an Absolute nightmare to deal with if you need to return the item

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    Bought. Thanks OP
    1left.

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    bought the 55" from them before. work well. no signs of being a seconds

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    Best TV OS and OLED to boot! Grab it, steal for 65" OLED

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    Refurbed OLED with possible burn-in and no recourse? Yeh nah thanks.

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      I'm not sure an OLED is the type of TV you want to buy refurbished. They have a limited life span, and there is a good chance that these refurb units have seen significant screen time, and as others have mentioned may suffer from burn in and a shortened life span.

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        I had to get my LG B6 serviced 4 times due to burn in. They gave up and gave me a B7. So definitely would not buy refurbished with no warranty.

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          What sort of usage to get burn in? Genuinely interested, I have a 65" B6

          Cheers

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          @mctubster: looking for an upgrade?

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          @mctubster: There were three burn-ins, one was supposedly an inverter board issue.
          1. Burn in of the demo retail mode image
          2. Burn in of the bottom bit of ABC News 24
          3. Burn in of TV ad from channel 7 (maybe use of HDR Effect as picture mode)
          4. Rectangular bars going down the screen (this was supposedly an inverter board issue, i.e. manufacturer's defect)

          I would think the above is normal everyday usage. How else am I suppose to 'watch' TV. I have the B7 they sent me now sitting in the box. I am using the Sony X93E for the time being. Don't want to watch the news and change channels after 5 minutes due to burn-in possibility from the bottom news ticker. I have bad luck with TVs as you can see.

          I hope I answered your question.

          Thanks.

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          @PlushToys: Cheers, thanks for the info

          I sometimes notice "persistence" of previous static images (eg my amp shows a single picture if no video input) if on a light coloured solid background, but if I watch anything, next time it is gone. Have never noticed persistence or burn in when watching content.

          The screen is used 2-3H a day and generally not with any static images, either streamed content or TV fireworks or AndroidTV or Kodi screensaver images. Maybe that helps?

          Sorry to hear it impacts you - I really really love the colour and blacks from this screen, but would be pissed if the persistence was permanent.

          Cheers

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    Nah I bought one and returned it. Stratches and ‘stains’ on screen. Very disappointed and waste of time.

    Paid $3960 from bing lee for pans fz950 very happy with that.

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    Have bought the 55 refurb OLED from Grays and no complaints… Loving it

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    $2.7k for a refurb is a deal?

    WOW

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      Do you even TV?

      its an oled. Brand new its almost 2x the price. This is ozBARGAIN not oz$2SHOP

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        I bought this exact model tv from MYER in the boxing day sales for ~3600

        Near as I can tell that deal was cost price though. (JB would match but not beat that price)

        But these days there's a c8, so the c7 is probably has room for cheaper sales prices.

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        At $1-2k, I TV. Above that i PJ.

        Different strokes for different folks.

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    Great find!

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    I wouldnt be surprised if these were ex display TVs from stores. If you got one throw a white test image on the screen to check for image burn.

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    Just picked up this tv.

    Comes in original box with all the accessories.

    Upon opening, the first thing I noticed was the panel had the plastic stickers covering the front and back.

    The only thing that gives It away that it was used/opened was the I/O panel having some black/dirt marks from someone hand.

    My wild guess would be the panel itself had been replaced.

    This is the 3rd C7 in our household.

    First one was brand new at $3500
    2nd one was a factory second with a white vertical line on the left hand side of the screen at $1200

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    I purchased one and when I got there I opened it up and the screen looked like it had been dragged across concrete with lots of deep scratches. Requested refund and left. Shame as I really hoping there wouldn't be any problems. At least GraysOnline were decent enough regarding the situation.

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    The website RTings recently published the burn-in test results involving LG C7 monitors (LINK).

    I hope this helps.