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by:Cailong     2019-07-03
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Guy Renzetti bought a Samsung TV at a TigerDirect store in Toronto. Since the big-
The box retailer is closed and he gets a lot.
"I dropped the salesperson from around $400 to less than $100," the customer said . ".
"He assured me that the TV was in working condition, but he was unable to prove it due to the lack of power cord on the TV.
"Renzetti found that the screen was damaged when he plugged it into the screen with another power cord at home.
He has asked Samsung to help since he was told the TV has a full manufacturer warranty.
A week later, he learned that he had purchased a returned set of equipment and had no right to repair it.
"The warranty is for the original purchaser only and is not transferable," Samsung said in an email . ".
"As expressed in the sales list, most of these items are final sales items that are not returned or exchanged.
"TigerDirect is cleaning up these items at a very favorable price.
Once these cleared items have been purchased, the buyer assumes all responsibility for its condition and function.
Renzetti said: "There is still protective plastic on the TV package.
He did not know that he bought the product "as is.
With a new kid at home, he can't afford $600 for a new LED panel.
Brenna Eller, a spokeswoman for Samsung Canada, said she was sad to hear about the customer's plight.
But even if the salesman misrepresents a refurbished product, the warranty cannot be fulfilled.
Global Restructuring company Gordon Brothers Group was hired in last March to manage the store closure process and dispose of 27 retail locations for TigerDirect in Canada and the United States.
All companies in TigerDirect, Systemax
In Port Washington, N. Y.
Electronics and other products will continue to be sold at TigerDirect.
Ca, where the refurbished deal was clearly labeled.
Although I am out this time, I have helped many readers to repair or replace the non-
Work equipment and electronic items.
Here are a few recent cases.
Philips Saeco Syntia espresso maker: on last December, Vito Valela purchased the device for $1,600 and reduced the price by 50 on home furniture.
He had problems from the beginning when he tried to bubble in the milk.
He took his machine to the Toronto authorized service center, which said it was defective and could not be repaired.
This may explain clearly. out price.
"Saeco Canada said I would get a replacement, but I waited for more than two months," he told me . ".
"Even the supervisor could not confirm the date I received the new machine.
Home decoration company owned by Hudson's Bay Co.
Agreed to work with Saeco to help Valela.
This week, he received an apology and promised to deliver a new machine within the next 10 days.
Maytag wall oven: Mary Ragany bought an oven in December 2013 and replaced it a month later.
The problem is self-
Cleaning function, failed during the cycle and turned off the oven.
Technicians have repeatedly replaced the fuse at the door (
Always career).
But the oven continues to fail even in baking mode at 325 degrees F.
Fortunately, she bought an extension for maintenance.
"Now is the second year to have this oven and I have never completely cleaned it," she said . ".
"Every time a technician is needed, my family has no oven for at least five days.
"Whirlpool, which owns Maytag, offered to pay $250 for electrician reports when I was involved.
Ragany received a call this week saying the manufacturer will replace her oven in a few days.
LG refrigerator: Helen Wilson purchased a refrigerator from Vernon Smith furniture and appliances in Guelph, Ontario on last December.
She also bought an extension.
When the refrigerator stopped working in April, a technician said that having a defective circuit board would cause recurring problems.
He suggested replacing the electrical appliances.
A new refrigerator was sent.
But since it is no longer on sale, the family was told to pay the difference between the original price ($3,899)
And sales price ($2,999)to get it.
"My husband paid an extra $900 plus $117. Is that legal? ” she asked.
"We always wait for the item to go public before we buy it.
We will not buy this at full price. it is not our fault that it is defective.
"I contacted LG and this year I also sent four other fridge complaints to LG.
Wilson received a call saying she would get a refund for the extra amount.
She said it was a huge help.
This is my suggestion.
Buying household appliances can be tricky.
Note returns sold as new items.
Don't buy items in a clearance sale unless you know they have a warranty from the manufacturer or retailer if something goes wrong.
This may require some double.
Check before purchase.
It is usually not worthwhile to extend the warranty period.
But for the kitchen and laundry equipment, this can help as they are less durable than in the past.
Standard-
One year warranty is not enough to cover maintenance costs.
Toronto StarGuy Renzetti bought a Samsung TV at a TigerDirect store in Toronto. Since the big-
The box retailer is closed and he gets a lot.
"I dropped the salesperson from around $400 to less than $100," the customer said . ".
"He assured me that the TV was in working condition, but he was unable to prove it due to the lack of power cord on the TV.
"Renzetti found that the screen was damaged when he plugged it into the screen with another power cord at home.
He has asked Samsung to help since he was told the TV has a full manufacturer warranty.
A week later, he learned that he had purchased a returned set of equipment and had no right to repair it.
"The warranty is for the original purchaser only and is not transferable," Samsung said in an email . ".
"As expressed in the sales list, most of these items are final sales items that are not returned or exchanged.
"TigerDirect is cleaning up these items at a very favorable price.
Once these cleared items have been purchased, the buyer assumes all responsibility for its condition and function.
Renzetti said: "There is still protective plastic on the TV package.
He did not know that he bought the product "as is.
With a new kid at home, he can't afford $600 for a new LED panel.
Brenna Eller, a spokeswoman for Samsung Canada, said she was sad to hear about the customer's plight.
But even if the salesman misrepresents a refurbished product, the warranty cannot be fulfilled.
Global Restructuring company Gordon Brothers Group was hired in last March to manage the store closure process and dispose of 27 retail locations for TigerDirect in Canada and the United States.
All companies in TigerDirect, Systemax
In Port Washington, N. Y.
Electronics and other products will continue to be sold at TigerDirect.
Ca, where the refurbished deal was clearly labeled.
Although I am out this time, I have helped many readers to repair or replace the non-
Work equipment and electronic items.
Here are a few recent cases.
Philips Saeco Syntia espresso maker: on last December, Vito Valela purchased the device for $1,600 and reduced the price by 50 on home furniture.
He had problems from the beginning when he tried to bubble in the milk.
He took his machine to the Toronto authorized service center, which said it was defective and could not be repaired.
This may explain clearly. out price.
"Saeco Canada said I would get a replacement, but I waited for more than two months," he told me . ".
"Even the supervisor could not confirm the date I received the new machine.
Home decoration company owned by Hudson's Bay Co.
Agreed to work with Saeco to help Valela.
This week, he received an apology and promised to deliver a new machine within the next 10 days.
Maytag wall oven: Mary Ragany bought an oven in December 2013 and replaced it a month later.
The problem is self-
Cleaning function, failed during the cycle and turned off the oven.
Technicians have repeatedly replaced the fuse at the door (
Always career).
But the oven continues to fail even in baking mode at 325 degrees F.
Fortunately, she bought an extension for maintenance.
"Now is the second year to have this oven and I have never completely cleaned it," she said . ".
"Every time a technician is needed, my family has no oven for at least five days.
"Whirlpool, which owns Maytag, offered to pay $250 for electrician reports when I was involved.
Ragany received a call this week saying the manufacturer will replace her oven in a few days.
LG refrigerator: Helen Wilson purchased a refrigerator from Vernon Smith furniture and appliances in Guelph, Ontario on last December.
She also bought an extension.
When the refrigerator stopped working in April, a technician said that having a defective circuit board would cause recurring problems.
He suggested replacing the electrical appliances.
A new refrigerator was sent.
But since it is no longer on sale, the family was told to pay the difference between the original price ($3,899)
And sales price ($2,999)to get it.
"My husband paid an extra $900 plus $117. Is that legal? ” she asked.
"We always wait for the item to go public before we buy it.
We will not buy this at full price. it is not our fault that it is defective.
"I contacted LG and this year I also sent four other fridge complaints to LG.
Wilson received a call saying she would get a refund for the extra amount.
She said it was a huge help.
This is my suggestion.
Buying household appliances can be tricky.
Note returns sold as new items.
Don't buy items in a clearance sale unless you know they have a warranty from the manufacturer or retailer if something goes wrong.
This may require some double.
Check before purchase.
It is usually not worthwhile to extend the warranty period.
But for the kitchen and laundry equipment, this can help as they are less durable than in the past.
Standard-
One year warranty is not enough to cover maintenance costs.
Toronto StarGuy Renzetti bought a Samsung TV at a TigerDirect store in Toronto. Since the big-
The box retailer is closed and he gets a lot.
"I dropped the salesperson from around $400 to less than $100," the customer said . ".
"He assured me that the TV was in working condition, but he was unable to prove it due to the lack of power cord on the TV.
"Renzetti found that the screen was damaged when he plugged it into the screen with another power cord at home.
He has asked Samsung to help since he was told the TV has a full manufacturer warranty.
A week later, he learned that he had purchased a returned set of equipment and had no right to repair it.
"The warranty is for the original purchaser only and is not transferable," Samsung said in an email . ".
"As expressed in the sales list, most of these items are final sales items that are not returned or exchanged.
"TigerDirect is cleaning up these items at a very favorable price.
Once these cleared items have been purchased, the buyer assumes all responsibility for its condition and function.
Renzetti said: "There is still protective plastic on the TV package.
He did not know that he bought the product "as is.
With a new kid at home, he can't afford $600 for a new LED panel.
Brenna Eller, a spokeswoman for Samsung Canada, said she was sad to hear about the customer's plight.
But even if the salesman misrepresents a refurbished product, the warranty cannot be fulfilled.
Global Restructuring company Gordon Brothers Group was hired in last March to manage the store closure process and dispose of 27 retail locations for TigerDirect in Canada and the United States.
All companies in TigerDirect, Systemax
In Port Washington, N. Y.
Electronics and other products will continue to be sold at TigerDirect.
Ca, where the refurbished deal was clearly labeled.
Although I am out this time, I have helped many readers to repair or replace the non-
Work equipment and electronic items.
Here are a few recent cases.
Philips Saeco Syntia espresso maker: on last December, Vito Valela purchased the device for $1,600 and reduced the price by 50 on home furniture.
He had problems from the beginning when he tried to bubble in the milk.
He took his machine to the Toronto authorized service center, which said it was defective and could not be repaired.
This may explain clearly. out price.
"Saeco Canada said I would get a replacement, but I waited for more than two months," he told me . ".
"Even the supervisor could not confirm the date I received the new machine.
Home decoration company owned by Hudson's Bay Co.
Agreed to work with Saeco to help Valela.
This week, he received an apology and promised to deliver a new machine within the next 10 days.
Maytag wall oven: Mary Ragany bought an oven in December 2013 and replaced it a month later.
The problem is self-
Cleaning function, failed during the cycle and turned off the oven.
Technicians have repeatedly replaced the fuse at the door (
Always career).
But the oven continues to fail even in baking mode at 325 degrees F.
Fortunately, she bought an extension for maintenance.
"Now is the second year to have this oven and I have never completely cleaned it," she said . ".
"Every time a technician is needed, my family has no oven for at least five days.
"Whirlpool, which owns Maytag, offered to pay $250 for electrician reports when I was involved.
Ragany received a call this week saying the manufacturer will replace her oven in a few days.
LG refrigerator: Helen Wilson purchased a refrigerator from Vernon Smith furniture and appliances in Guelph, Ontario on last December.
She also bought an extension.
When the refrigerator stopped working in April, a technician said that having a defective circuit board would cause recurring problems.
He suggested replacing the electrical appliances.
A new refrigerator was sent.
But since it is no longer on sale, the family was told to pay the difference between the original price ($3,899)
And sales price ($2,999)to get it.
"My husband paid an extra $900 plus $117. Is that legal? ” she asked.
"We always wait for the item to go public before we buy it.
We will not buy this at full price. it is not our fault that it is defective.
"I contacted LG and this year I also sent four other fridge complaints to LG.
Wilson received a call saying she would get a refund for the extra amount.
She said it was a huge help.
This is my suggestion.
Buying household appliances can be tricky.
Note returns sold as new items.
Don't buy items in a clearance sale unless you know they have a warranty from the manufacturer or retailer if something goes wrong.
This may require some double.
Check before purchase.
It is usually not worthwhile to extend the warranty period.
But for the kitchen and laundry equipment, this can help as they are less durable than in the past.
Standard-
One year warranty is not enough to cover maintenance costs.
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