I have been calling your 800-925-8634 number since Oct.08 to order this part. I have talked four people and they have all promised to get it out right away. Their names are Jesse,Jasmena,Lenny and Neil and I am still waiting. My wife and I order quite a bit through QVC and this is not the type of service we expect. This is the second pressure cooker we have purchased through Cooks Essentials and I can't use it without this part. Can you help me ?
7341 Natal Dr.
Westminster CA 92683
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Different merchant's have different policies, so you will need to check the merchant's website for their Return Policy or Terms of Service. Most merchant's generally issue a refund within 30 days and your return is getting close to 60 days.
I would contact the merchant by phone. Be polite, and be sure to get the name of the person you talk to and any "case number" issued. If they do not have a phone number listed then contact via email or a contact form on their website.
Also, have your original order number and your return tracking number ready to provide to them.
As a last resort, you can contact Discover Card to help you resolve the matter... good luck!
Adding call waiting as a feature to your telephone can help you take
calls that you are waiting for without having to stay off the phone
until that important call comes in. With call waiting, you get a beep
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outlined in this article.
call waiting from your phone provider if you do not already have it.
Cal waiting works best with caller ID features that give you the phone
number and name of the person calling you. Phone numbers that have
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the other phone call if you do not want to terminate the call you are
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Your phone will dial the number of the person whose call you just
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I asked for a copy of the remote control user guide, and you give a four week delivery ring-dang-doodle.
One of your your phone service people gave me a phone number to talk to your technical service. That number turned out to be a guy trying to get me to pay to talk to a female talking nasty; wonder how much you get for each referal?
Next you promise me nearly anything to get $29.99. I winged it, made the setting ok, and don't need any more of your "sevice", as in a bull "servicing" a cow.
I returned our unit to Home Depot with relative ease... I think they were all aware there is a problem with these units.
They refunded the full purchase price (even though I was well past the 12-month warranty period). I put the money toward a GE Profile unit that's a little bigger - more expensive, yes; but it works, priceless!
If you go to Sears.com, then go to parts,then type in the model number, then look to the right and scroll down slow you will see a spot that says get manuals for this model and click on view manuals then any manuals they have you can print them out.
Many people never program a password code to "Unlock" this phone, but can lock themselves out by pressing the # key for more than three seconds. I know, it happened to me when I was out of town and needed the phone to work! Anyway, press the button to the right of the large round button at the top of the keypad, you will get a prompt to enter the four digit "Unlock" code. The default from Verizon, and most likely the factory default from LG, is the last four digits of your cell number. Did this work for you too?