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I am having new blades sent from tech support, they broke. Call them at 800 221 7977. If over 1 year sense you got them, say how many units you bought and they might give you for free. Worked for us. Hopes this helps.
The red button is not something available as a spare part that can be sent out for customers to replace themselves due to the safety implications of it being incorrectly fitted; to replace this button the carseat needs a new harness, which must be fitted by our engineers. If your carseat is under 2 years old this is still covered by the warranty, please return the carseat to your retailer with your proof of purchase and they will make arrangements for it to be sent to our engineers for full inspection and any repair work required (in this instance, a replacement harness will be fitted). After full safety checks the carseat will be sent back. Alternatively if the carseat is over 2 years old or you do not have your proof of purchase please contact our customer service department on 01284 413141 (Mon - Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm) and the standard charge for repair is £50 which includes courier delivery of the carseat back to your address; in addition to this you would need to make arrangements and cover costs for the carseat to be sent to the engineers. Hope this helps! Thanks :)
They all break. Mine has broken several (7 - 8 times) in last year. Sony-Ericsson says they can't get them in my color anymore (Ice Blue) so the last one they sent was black and orange. Get a new phone, not a Sony-Ericsson.
Sorry to have to tell you this but Remington has gone bankrupt. The unit only had a one year warranty on them and when they broke, a new unit was sent to replace the broke one. It was considered a throw away unit. Sorry for the news but that is part of being in a "disposable" society. Good Day.
Keep it out of the sunlight and don't get it really warm
(after all... is just grapes that have already spoiled...
I'm just saying).
I bought the VERY EXPENSIVE Kitchen-Aid
48 bottle... took the 5 years & about another month
for the evaporator FAN to rub a hole in the evaporator aluminum return line (made in USA (opinion: junk)).
KITCHEN-AID never even returned a call or e-mail.
Handling circuit boards: You MUST WEAR anti-static
wrist straps when handling them... ELSE you could be popping those semi-conductors like POPCORN.
The only other REPUTABLE source of information I have ever found on EDGESTAR (very helpful) were the folks at Compact Appliance.
Ooo, an airline damaged my handle of my Maclaren XT last year. If you go to your local baby shop and ask if they act as Maclaren agents, they can order you 2 new handles, here in Australia they quoted my $39. I had to get my husbands work to pop the existing rivits and then Maclaren supplied screws to attach the new handles sent.