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I'm with Roland, although I do not know him.

The piece was definitely poor quality. How they could have released something like that indicates their level of concern in their quality control.

The chances of ANY company "fixing" a problem like this are very slim these days, so Roland's general assumption was fair enough. It would have involved not only time, but confrontation, and agonizing proof, etc.

Face it, it was only thru your personal connections with D-Zug that you had any prior insight. Sure, now that we have some affidavits that D-Zug is stand-up, it seems unfair -- but there was no way for him to know this, and R's assumption that their response would be "too bad, you bought it, you should have asked first...." is par for commerce these days.
Old 11-26-2014, 06:57 AM
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