Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

Bloody hell

By some miracle it actually arrived. Box slightly battered, polystyrene inside it all rather busted up too, but TV itself all in one piece and not even scratched. Managed to manhandle it out of box and onto coffee table while I got it wired up, and then shifted it into place once that was done. DVD player connected, and it all seems to work. Channel 5 reception is appalling, but then it always seems to be round here, and who cares when I expect we won't watch it much anyway. It all looks rather snazzy really. And the standby light on the DVD player is a blue LED instead of a red one :-)
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