Is this a fairly new flat screen? If so, it is worth the money if not a
stolen set. Check to see if they have the original receipt or at least the
manual. If it is a projection TV, they could not pay me $200 to take it.
About 35 years I was mowing my lawn with the reel mower.
A guy stops his car in the street and approaches me.
Tells me he just bought a gas mower and is going over to a friend's
to give him his electric mower. But the friend was just going to pull
the motor for some other use, and not pay him anything.
He'd rather see the electric mower put to its intended use and make a
I didn't really believe a word he said, but the story was good enough
to get me to the trunk of his car.
I gave him 20 or 40 for the mower, a lightly used Sunbeam, and used it
for many years.
To make myself feel better, I didn't repaint it.
ask for proof of original purchase,or the operators manual that's supplied
with every TV,any sort of documentation that would come with a new TV.
No stolen TV seller will have the operators manual.
Does the TV come with it's matching remote,just a generic remote,or none?
re: "No stolen TV seller will have the operators manual."
That depends on where it was stolen from.
Items stolen off the truck or out of the warehouse, etc. would still
be in original box with all the original paperwork.
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