We bought one of these for our son in June 05. Withen a few months of use (we didnt use it with him until dec 05) both of the straps on the back ripped apart (the shoulder straps, on the back side where they are stitched down near the bottom). We managed to exchange it for a new one, and withen several months it ripped again.I didnt have the box the second time, so i couldnt return it again. I resorted to hand sewing them back together, and for added security, i added several safety pins to help keep them from coming apart.
Why do the straps on these seats keep ripping? Am i doing something wrong, or is it just the seat itself not being very durable? Hes outgrown it now and will have a new seat soon, but I want to know why it happened with two seats that were brand new.
I don't think anyone can help you except the manufacturer. This is an unaccceptable problem. Those straps should withstand nearly anything except deliberate cutting. Contact the manufacturer and talk to a service rep about your problems. A little bit of anger and some threats of lawsuit or media coverage should get you some help, or at least a new seat.
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You will need to write down your SERIAL number from your model/serial tag. Example: 15114672UY...... UY is the date code. First letter is the year, second letter-month.
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if you still have your receipt give Sony a call there should be a Phone # on the Playstation box i think the system has a 1 year limited waranty you can probably still get a new one or they can probably fix the one you have for free.good luck.
Are you trying to figure the difference in days between these dates and one single date (Dec. 31, 2008 for example)?
Whatever you're trying to do, here is the formula, assuming you're starting in A1: Put the first date in the format Day-Month-Year in numbers (Sept. 3 is 03-09-2008) Then put your other date in B1, in Day-Mo-Yr format (31-12-2008 for Dec. 31, 2008) In C1 put B1-A1 and that will give you the number of days between those two dates.
Not sure if I get your problem. Do you mean the SUM() formula with the row does not work? That is the simplest solution if you are entering the monthly numbers per month.
If you have all these values and need to sum them up based on the current month, you need to use the MONTH() with the NOW() formulas to get a month offset and use a relative reference for the SUM() formula.