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Old 02-14-2013, 11:29 PM   #1
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Default 46 inch sony wega tv - trade for welding/or brewing stuff

so, I have a big tv in my house that I don't use. it's a 46 inch sony wega - a projection tv but has hdmi and will display 1080.

I figured perhaps I could trade someone locally for something brewing related or sell the thing.
i need some welding done on a keggle

I am in State Line PA, just above the maryland border along I-81

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Old 02-14-2013, 11:32 PM   #2
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Sony didn't make projection TVs capable of 1080p for very long, if at all. Projection TVs of that age will almost certainly have a dying and faded bulb in them. I've never seen HDMI on a Sony TV to be honest, only component capable of 1080i. They expect it to be SD or "enhanced definition". Also, they're very heavy and difficult to move. That's probably why you're not getting bites.

Might want to put "trade for welding" in the title. You'll get a lot more eyeballs here.

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good idea.

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I'm not interested in the tv, but I can help you out with the welding of that keggle.

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oh?

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I have a 46" Sony rear projection from 2005. It has HDMI and is NOT heavy at all, just big and awkward to move. This thing is a solid tv, the power supply went out within the first year but other than that it is a great tv and it has survived 6 moves!

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I'm in York. What do you need welded on the keggle?

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