Re: tiger direct kit - "UNKNOWN PROCESSOR REVISION"
- From: "JAD" <johndoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:10:09 -0800
"Nil" <rednoise+news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 28 Feb 2007, "JAD" <johndoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
You think its alright to use new parts to troubleshoot a defective
system and then send them back to the supplier?
Who knows what your defective system/handling did to those parts
That's Tiger's problem to deal with.
IMO its unethical. AFA it affecting others...I was being
Your opinion is misinformed.
Their part was defective.
wait....i mis understood what you said. You bought all the parts and then kept returning
and replacing until you found the defective one? Ok...and you and tiger couldn't diagnose
after the first few? I don't know the details of what parts were talking about but after
just a couple, the source of the problem should have shown itself. 800/1066 memory
Their policy allowed me to return the
parts. They were fully aware of what I was doing and why. They had
no objection. They were completely cooperative... and they SHOULD
HAVE BEEN. Their defective part caused me much time and aggravation.
They handled the situation well, and as a result, I'd be happy to do
business with them again and have no cause to badmouth them.
My parts exchanges had no affect on any other customer.
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