Posted by m II on June 12, 2009, 2:14 am
Anyone have any problems with Sunforce solar panels?
I bought ten of them two to three years ago and five of them have had
the plastic ends pull off. There are the tiniest screws holding the
plastic to the glass. These things are like what you'd find in a watch.
Then they hit the ground.
These were the 15 watt units with the black plastic trim.
Sunforce isn't admitting anything, but they have now changed the design
to a much sturdier set up.
I'm stuck with five panels, which they will NOT be replacing despite a
five year warranty.
Who would have been liable if these things would have killed someone?
It came as no surprise that the panels are made in communist China by
Any lawyers in the audience? Care to start a class action suit for a
recall and damages?
Posted by Mauried on June 12, 2009, 3:01 am
Who are you going to sue.
Cant sue a Company in China.
Posted by Desertphile on June 12, 2009, 3:33 am
Newsgroups trimmed correctly.
China isn't communist and never has been. If the product fell
apart on your property and injured someone, you would be
responsible: that may not be fair, but it is your job to make sure
something is safe before you place it where someone might get
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"Why aren't resurrections from the dead noteworthy?" -- Jim Rutz
Posted by m II on June 12, 2009, 4:00 am
I agree with that. It's more a combination of feudalism and a
fascist/corporate monopolistic structure run by the ruling class.
Once all the sons, daughters and relatives of the party bosses have
their own businesses firmly entrenched, the state will declare
That's what's happened in every other 'reformed' commie state.
Posted by Eric Gisin on June 12, 2009, 2:05 pm
Sue Sunforce in small claims court.
A buck an hour is quite a good wage. Perhaps you make too much???