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jig..it30

RCA 55in big screen for sale HGTV vary nice SOLD

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What model is it?

Lota Lota...

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Any damage or problems with the operation of this unit?

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its like new

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Where are you located? Metro Area? Would you happen to be able to email a picture of the unit?

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im in n st paul i will take one and send it

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can I get a picture too. Sounds nice.

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i need your emails

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please send pics,,, ryan. berger at us.army.mil

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I would buy it right now, cash money, but it's way too far for me to travel. Tell ya what, if your coming through Thief River Falls any time soon, bring it with and I'll buy it from ya! grin.gif

I was also wondering whats the height? Width?

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i could drive halfway its 23w 56h

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Halfway would be fine, but guess what! It won't fit down my stairs to the family room! mad.gif I can only fit something 48" or smaller in height or width. (i think you gave me the Height/depth measurement) I was hoping maybe this was a TV with the short or detachable base.

I guess the search for me continues. Thanks for getting back me anyways. frown.gif

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Jigit30,

I gave you an email address and haven't seen a reply from you. I am very interested. Again kslipsinker@aol.com

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$600.00

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Do you really want to sell this? I have posted three times with my email address. Please respond.

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ok i have emailed you just call me 6513298352

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Sorry, the bride nixed the idea.

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Could i get a pic Please!! Thanks taggart@wiktel.com

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Make it $500 CASH and the TV is as good as gone. I am in St Paul I will come and pick it up. Email me if you are interested.

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i sold it in the paper

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