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Replace broken XS32 under warranty

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Artie Fufkin, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. Artie Fufkin

    Artie Fufkin
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    If someone had an extended warranty for their Tosh XS32 with a "If it's uneconomical to repair, we will replace with a similar model" clause, and the said machine were to "fail" next month, it would presumably be replaced with a XS34.

    So what might constitute an uneconomical repair?
     
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    Not necessarily, they may be able to pick up old stock from another branch.......there are still brand new RDXS32's available.

    Spillage.....a broken circuit board......OPU
     

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