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Re: [IP] Re: Waterproofness of the H-tron [Don't panic yet]
>2. D is most likely reacting in a knee-jerk way as would any repsonsible
>company. They are as afraid of the silly legal liability problems as
>anyone else in NA. I would hate to be in their shoes. i'd be sweating
>bullets that some jerk would deliberatle duplicate this malfunction in the
>hope of a succesful lawsuit! I see no other way for D to cover their rear
>other than what they are doing - even if it is not their fault but the
>fault of careless users.
I personally think that D is just caring about D. They should recall all
the pumps and replace them with ones that can be used in the water, for
that is how they sell them. I went through this with them and the
batteries. They should have recalled a bunch of batteries, but didn't
because they felt that people would call and then they would just replace
them as needed.
>5. What idiot would use a cracked pump?
I guess that would be me! Back to my battery problem, after going round
and round with D, they finally decided to have me send my pump in for
inspection. I was told that the pump was just fine, except for some
crack. Hence they chose to blame the battery problem on the crack. I did
eventually receive a replacement pump with the help of my local
rep. Anyway, I had no idea that the pump was cracked, not a clue, could
have fooled me.
>The same one who would leave a
>tire with a broken cord on a car even if a good spare was in the trunk!
Well I haven't done that for I don't even know what a cord is on a tire! <VBG>
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