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See if the motor is bound up. Move the fan blade to check for stiffness. The motor may just need a drop of oil. There is an internal fuse in the motor that you cannot change It may have opened. If you have access to a volt meter check all the wires on the power switch
First try to contact the seller to resolve the issue, if no response you can file a dispute. The steps below outline this process.
How do I get my money back?
If you would like a refund, start by getting in
touch with your seller. Most sellers welcome the chance to work out any
To request a refund, send the seller an email. Ask the seller to click Issue a refund beside your payment details. You can request a refund up to 60 days after you pay for your item.
Here's how to find the seller's contact information:
Log in to your PayPal account.
Click Details next to the transaction you want a refund for.
Use the contact information to send the seller an email.
If the seller won't refund your money, you have 45 days from the date you paid for your item to file a dispute.
Filing a dispute
Here's how to file a dispute:
Log in to your PayPal account.
Click Resolution Center.
Click Dispute a Transaction.
Select Item dispute, then click Continue.
Click Find transaction ID, then click the transaction ID you want to dispute.
Click Continue, then follow the instructions.
If you purchased your item on eBay, go to eBay's Resolution Center to open your dispute. Go to eBay and click Resolution Center at the bottom of any page
If your dispute is not resolved or escalated to a claim within 20 days it will be closed.
Escalating your dispute to a claim
you can't resolve your dispute with your seller, we can help. Just
escalate your dispute to a claim and ask us to look into the
transaction. We'll review your case and decide whether you're eligible
for a refund. We can usually decide if you're eligible for a refund
within 30 days.
Here's how to escalate a dispute to a claim:
1. Log in to your PayPal account. 2. Click Resolution Center. 3. Click View next to the dispute you want to escalate. 4. Click Escalate this dispute to a PayPal claim, then follow the instructions. 5. Click Escalate to a claim.
To check the status of your claim, log in to your account and go to the Resolution Center.
To learn more about our dispute process, look for the How to Dispute a Transaction tutorial in the Resolution Center.
If the watch was described as 'working' or new, you may be able to recover your cost through eBay if the seller is not cooperating.
Check their website for instructions on filing a claim if you are unable to contact the seller.
Basically you need to get the PIN from the last owner OR get them to take the unit to the Security Location in order to deactivate Garmin Lock for you. Garmin will not help you with this.
As the unit cannot be used unless you overcome Garmin Lock then the seller should either refund your money or fix the fault. If neither, then you may be able to make a PayPal or Ebay claim against the seller for goods "significantly not as described" if the listing or if answers to any questions you sent the seller claimed that the unit was functional.
No. With fresh batteries the camera should come on as soon as you operate the power switch. It appears that you may have bought a faulty camera and so so you should see if you can get a refund from the seller or if you've paid via PayPal for an F75 sold on ebay you may be able to make a claim against the seller if uncooperative. Note that if the seller made no claims about the camera functionality and you didn't ask about it then you have no rights to any refunds.
Even the simplest of repairs to the F75 is not economically viable (even if you can get spare parts) as their value is now so low that they're often given away. I've never actually paid for an F75 as they've all come from my local Freegle/FreeCycle groups.
Notify the seller about the broken items. Between you and the seller you'll need to determine if the items were broken by the shipper. If so, the seller will file a claim for the broken items. It's up to the seller whether he refunds you prior to the claim being approved. I usually refund as soon as possible. If the seller is unresponsive and/or he did not purchase shipping insurance then you'll nee to file a claim with eBay's New Buyer Assurance. Good luck
NO!! That's not reasonable, and the seller knows it!! I'm an avid ebayer and if they're going to try to charge you to make it right, you should file a Paypal or Ebay Resolution claim today, or the seller will draw it out until the 60 days has passed and you'll have no recourse at all. (I assume you've already left positive feedback by now).
If this has been over 60 days, pay him the $60. You can get the labor cheaper, but not with the part included. Pay him through Paypal so you can keep the option of a new claim