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I have asked for a refund on return of the rain gauges and this has been refused. They will only refund me R400 for both of them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have had a personal problem with this many times in my auctions. I run a successful company that specializes in auctioning. With my personal experience I would just refund the item. Ive had the same things happen to me many times, and to avoid all the long, often drawn out process that is dealing with someone on the internet, I chose to end it quick. You also get out of any negative feedback by doing this. Make sure you only agree to a refund as "on return of item as sent" only. Good Luck!
Posted on May 25, 2011
Oregon Scientific has an FAQ webpage for your weather station:
There are several Q & As that are pertinent to your problem.
I hope this helped you.
Good luck from Detroit, MI.
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
SOURCE: Boot measurement @ 8.5 US size larger than that approx 9.25 US size.Requesting return and exchange not refund...never worn from box, like boots just too big, need 8.0 by their measurements Thank You
I'm not sure any one at a car and truck repair advice forum will be able to help. I suggest contacting the site where the boots were purchased for assistance.
Posted on May 12, 2016
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There are a variety of commercial rain gauges available on the market, however making a simple rain gauge is quick, easy and only costs as much as a plastic bottle. Chances are you already have everything you need to make this simple rain gauge, which is fun to construct, and interesting to use. Read on to learn how to make a simple rain gauge.
Cut the top off of your plastic bottle. Cut about a quarter of the way down, to where the bottle begins to have a consistent diameter. Be careful to cut the edge as smoothly as possible, salvaging both pieces of the bottle.
Remove the bottle cap and turn the top part of the bottle upside down, placing it into the bottom part. Connect the two halves with paper clips.
Place the plastic bottle rain gauge in a location where it will easily collect rain without impediment from surrounding trees, plants or buildings.
Help your rain gauge stand upright by placing it in a sand or gravel filled bucket. Simply make a hole in the sand or gravel large enough that half the bottle gauge sits into the pit. Use the gravel or sand to support the edges of the bottle gauge.
Measure the amount of rain caught by your gauge by emptying the contents of the bottle rain gauge into a measuring cylinder.
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