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compatibility of LCD TV s between Australia and UK       started by coopersrfive on 26 Nov 2010   (23241)
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From coopersrfive

26 Nov 2010 3:11 PM
(109781)
Hi has anyone took a tv back to UK, i love my LCD and home theatre pack and would like to take it back how can i check that they are all compatible i have tried to google this to no luck ?? any help appreciated Lauren
From jimboman

To coopersrfive

26 Nov 2010 11:39 PM
(109787)
Yes. Simple answer,but true. (you will have to change the plug and the picture will be upside down though).
From tisme

To jimboman

27 Nov 2010 1:39 PM
(109793)
They could always turn the TV upside down, or stand on their heads to watch it. bahhaaaa.
From jimboman

To tisme

28 Nov 2010 3:25 AM
(109799)
If you cut back a palm tree (slice through the trunk below the leaf growth), will the palm grow new leaves? We have a small palm under the eaves of the house and we want to reduce its' height. I don't want to kill it, but if we let it grow, it will punch an hole through the eaves. (I have no idea what variety the palm is).
From tisme

To jimboman

28 Nov 2010 3:24 PM
(109803)
no, that'll be the end of the palm.
From adamcat

To tisme

28 Nov 2010 4:34 PM
(109809)
I would sell them here and buy new in the Uk. That way you dont have the hassle of transporting, possible damage etc etc and electrical goods are generally cheaper in the Uk now anyway.....
From jimboman

To tisme

28 Nov 2010 8:28 PM
(109812)
Stupid Palms.
From tisme

To jimboman

28 Nov 2010 8:31 PM
(109813)
Wait till Autumn and transplant it. :0)
From Cedric

To coopersrfive

28 Nov 2010 11:29 PM
(109817)
Unlikely that the Aussie digital (or analogue) tuner will work in the UK, but there are so many sockets on the back of most TVs nowadays that you should be able to get any UK set top box to work with it. Why don't you go to their website and ask the TV manufacturer if the existing tuner would be compatible with UK broadc