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|Originally posted by minhi
that's a pretty bad price? is it actually 3 years for that price with one year over-lapping the makers warranty?
sears service is better because they use their own service techs, most other places send a third party to your house and make you coordinate between the two places. with sears you call the one 800 number.
|Originally posted by elektrobank
That price is for 2 years so there would be a 1 year overlap with the makers warranty. The TV costs $2600 and I was not really willing to pay another $550 for the five year plan. Is it worth getting just the two years at that price?
|Originally posted by Amazingly Smooth
You will never know if it is worth it until it is too late--that's the idea behind insurance. If you will be financially strapped if the set breaks then get the warranty, otherwise, just buy a new one when it breaks.
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