My ASUS A8's screen case is falling apart in less than 1 year and within the warranty period. However, after 4 months since I called the attention of my supplier Complink, nothing has been done about it. Up to this day I have been disappointedly waiting for the case's replacement. Our office bought some 7 units since 2003 and the newer units have apparently defective casings. As we intend to expand our ops, we are having second thoughts on ASUS reliability & durability.
I hope ASUS can do something about it as I use that computer in my foreign trips, although I bought another one (not ASUS).
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hi,hoping that the cable connections are right(check the cable connections once again).....
Sounds like you may have a problem with the video driver boards? I would call up the store where you bought it and ask for a new set or service on this one.
More than likely this is a bad display (lcd screen) the drivers in the lcd display have some problem......
the tv is just a month old so you are still under the warranty period.......
just contact the sony outluet where you purchased or the manufacturer for servicing of tv
It is not normal that the bracelet falls so often.
There seems to be an issue with the product. However the warranty period in most cases is limited to 2-3 years, which unfortunately has crossed in your case.
Therefore in this case u need to pay for the bracelet.
Alternatively you can sell your watch on ebay or some other similar site with the mention that bracelet is an issue.
Unfortunately, no. The panel must be replaced to address issues of vertical lines like this.
The cost of this far exceeds the need for repair. You should probably just replace it; either that, or ring up Sony again and escalate, escalate, escalate.
The keyword here is: escalation.
As far as it being a manufacturer's defect: it's not. Vertical lines on panels are nothing new, and Sony is by no means unique in having panels that go bad. It is something that "just happens" on these sets. The defect rate is freakishly low; the overall quality of the product is good, and the set has performed adequately throughout the manufacturer's warranty period. I hate to sound like a blowhard, but in some respects, that's why they offer you an extended warranty. The manufacturer only guarantees your product will last a year--that any defect should reveal itself within a year. True? Who knows.
In most cases where a defect truly is the cause, they extend that original manufacturer's period to cover the inconvenience to customers. In your case, Sony has not extended any kind of warranty coverage beyond that one year.
I wish I had better news for you, and I wish you the best.
the camera must be in warranty period. because its warranty period is of 12months, in that case please contact the dealer or else just go to nearby service shop and get replaced within $8.
in other hand, you cannot fix it by your self.
thanks for contacting fixya. have a nice day
Pull out the printhead from the computer and check the date under "warranty ends" If the warranty period did not lapse, call HP technical support and tell them about the problem. They will replace the printhead for free. I have gone through 3 black/yellow printheads and I received the replacement printheads via FedEx within 1-2 days. They will send you a pre-paid envelope to return via U.S. Postal Service via US Postal Service.
If the Warranty date on the printhead expired, then you may have to come out of pocket to replace the printhead since HP will argue that they are not obligated to replace the printhead since the manufacturer warranty lapsed.
If this is the case, check to see when you purchased the printer. If the purchase was within a year, the retailer (i.e. Best Buy) is on the hook since there is a 1 year implied warranty on products such as printers, regardless of whether the expiration date on the HP printhead expired.
bad capacitors are a plague they can be repaired and you may have a warranty to fall back on parts for 1 year normally check with the place you bought it and the company that made it. otherwise you can repair them but it requires soldering skills let me know how it turns out.
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