Buying Phillips Refurbished HD TV Can Save Tons Of Money
There is nothing wrong with buying a factory reconditioned product and many of them are
actually going to be better than a new one out of the box. They will likely be cheaper as well and buying a Phillips refurbished HD TV can save
as much as 40 to 50 percent off the cost of a new one. If purchased through a factory authorized dealer or from the factory itself, a Phillips
refurbished HD TV will even come fully equipped with the original factory warranty.
There are many times when a television is returned to the retailer for which there is nothing wrong with the unit. It could simply be the
person had trouble setting it up or did not have high definition capability in the home and though the television was not working properly. Once
returned, it is checked out by the factory or authorized repair center and once it is determined to be working like new, it is sold as a Phillips
refurbished HD TV.
The company cannot legally sell the item as new and instead of trashing the unit for no good reason, being sold as a Phillips refurbished HD
TV offers the next consumer a much better price than when it was new. Essentially, the consumer is getting a television that was gone over by a
qualified repair technician who has determined it to be in perfect working order and does not have to worry about how to dispose of the original
box, some people find so important when buying a new television.
Warranties Important On Refurbished Merchandise
When products are returned to the manufacturer, they either go to the factory for repair or are sent to a third-part center for inspection and
needed repairs. If there is something found to be wrong that will cost too much to fix, a decision is usually made to trash the whole thing. If
it is determined it can be fixed and brought to like-new condition, it is fixed and then boxed and sold as a Phillips refurbished HD TV.
Federal laws govern the sale of refurbished equipment, and all Phillips refurbished HD TV
units have to be clearly marked as such. Most retailer treat them as used and send them back to the factory, however some will have their own
technicians check them out and then sell them as used. In either case, buying a Phillips refurbished HD TV should include a factory warranty and
if it does not, let it sit there and spend the money on a new one.