Tyagi LED24 LED TV

This 24in, LED-backlit LCD television has a low contrast ratio, but offers good sharpness and a stylish design

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  • Expert Rating

    3.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 525.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Janice Harris

0.0

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Pros
none
Cons
many
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I bought a Tyagi TV with a 12 month warranty ,the warranty isn't even up the TV won't work any more and Tygai will not reply to any of my emails, their phone number is not valid. So I don't recommend any of their TV'S. I paid $495.00 Not Happy.

MARSHAL THAPA

2.5

2

Pros
tyagi shut
Cons
can't buy
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I lost this 12v power adapter ....tried using other 12 v adapter which i had but it just shows red light and turns on to green for a fraction of second and again back to red. I think the problem is it can't get enough power supply, try to go to tyagi site but it's shut nothing nowhere...they have vanished...help me to run my tv plzzzzz...

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