Sony KDL40R483BBU Sony KDL40R483BBU

Discover full of live vivid colours and clear sharp details of true Full HD picture quality with Sony KDL40R483 LED TV.

Its supreme features and advanced technologies like Clear Resolution Enhancer Motionflow XR100 and Bass Reflex Speaker for expansive sound.The Sony KDL40R483 Full HD LED TV features Clear Resolution Enhancer technology that reduces noise and improves image quality so you can enjoy crisp and defined details heightened contrasts and enhanced on screen depth perception.

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Sony KDL40R483BBU from The Co Operative Shop
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£379.99 Refer to retailer £379.99 See retailer Visit Store
Sony KDL40R483BBU from Electrical Discount UK
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As per the new WEEE legislation, electronic goods have to be disposed of by specialist contractors. Many retailers offer a service to pick up large appliances and electrical items on a like for like basis,i.e. buy a new television and they will pick up your old one on delivery. The prices charged for this disposal service varies between shops.

The table below illustrates the disposal charges for the major high street retailers, and are an important consideration along with delivery charges:

RetailerDomestic AppliancesTelevisionsMore information
CurrysFreeFreeCurrys recycling policy
John Lewis£9.00£9.00John Lewis recycling policy
Generally, the only condition for pick up for disposal of the TV is that the television is disconnected. In most instances, the pick up is arranged at the time of ordering the product and arranging the delivery time

 

 


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