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LwnmwnMan2

15 year old Magnavox console TV - 25"

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We just upgraded another TV in the house, and now this TV needs to go.

The TV works, comes with the remote and rabbit ears for antenna, along with a box to hook the DVD player to.

Wood grain on a swivel base.

Located about 5 miles north of Forest Lake, 5 minutes off of 35.

Email me at LwnmwrMan22@frontiernet.net or post here.

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I will be in going through the area on the 21st and 23rd. If you still have it, I can take it one of those days.

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jbell - that's fine....

let me know, my email is in my profile.

if someone else comes before then, please don't be offended if I let them have it, I just need to get the thing out of the way.

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Anyone?

I know jbell is thinking about picking it up next weekend, but at the same time it's taking up space in the garage which I'd like to get cleaned out pretty quick.

It's a good TV, perfect for kids to put a gaming system or DVD player to.

Little heavy for the portable for fishing though. laugh

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I think I would take jbal up on his offer. Not going to get to many people to go out of there way to pick up a 15 year old TV.

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I think I would take jbal up on his offer. Not going to get to many people to go out of there way to pick up a 15 year old TV.

I certainly will.

If jbell doesn't get it, it's heading to the recycle center the week after Thanksgiving, unless someone else wants it.

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