Posted by D. Peter Maus on October 30, 2011, 10:31 pm
On 10/30/11 15:26 , linnix wrote:
Yeah, I'm not sure that you've been told the truth. I see nothing
about that in my warranty. Checked the warranty papers that came
with my neighbor's Generac standby, too. Nothing like what you
What I suspect is that the dealer called the manufacturer and
came back with a different story than he was actually told.
I did not sign the warranty contract before the
Posted by linnix on October 30, 2011, 10:54 pm
Page 30, item 5 of Owner's Manual.
Most likely because the manufacturer refused to pay for his travel
time (50 miles away). But that's not my problem that the dealer 10
miles away refused to service this model. At this point, i do not
want to deal with this manufacturer or any of their dealers.
Posted by josephkk on November 1, 2011, 4:37 am
It may be more fun, easier, and less costly to drag the local dealer into
small claims court, if your state has such.
Posted by linnix on November 1, 2011, 3:05 pm
Small Claims is no fun. You can't do pre-trial and/or jury. I am
still looking up the Federal, but should be similar to State Superior
Court. Last i remember, it's $75 initial and $0 per motion. How
much would it cost in Defend Council's billing hours?
It's really pro bono. Plantiff moves the court to force Defendant to
disclose: Two years 400 hours or 100 cycles warranty, whichever
comes first. The machine is programmed to self-destruct after
Posted by linnix on November 1, 2011, 6:26 pm
BTW, Aaron just on CNBC:
My residential penetration is less than 2.5%, but the (profit) margin
is highest (than in other business).
(We just need more dummys and suckers)