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#111 - hokeymon (01/14/2013) [-]
I think they purposely make everything fragile now so that it may only last about 5 years or less so we could buy another one.
I think they purposely make everything fragile now so that it may only last about 5 years or less so we could buy another one.
#142 to #111 - cometfire (01/14/2013) [-]
Exactly. Which is why I learned a few tricks to keep them on the ropes. Like taking full advantage of "free warranties" and getting a replacement every time even the slightest thing goes wrong until I get one that works perfectly. During the process, figure out the weak points of the product. What keeps causing the trouble? Why? How can you stop it?   
   
Once the warranty runs out, self patch any of their purposely faulty fail points, and you just costed them way more money for being cheap and trying to screw you.   
   
Revenge taste so good.
Exactly. Which is why I learned a few tricks to keep them on the ropes. Like taking full advantage of "free warranties" and getting a replacement every time even the slightest thing goes wrong until I get one that works perfectly. During the process, figure out the weak points of the product. What keeps causing the trouble? Why? How can you stop it?

Once the warranty runs out, self patch any of their purposely faulty fail points, and you just costed them way more money for being cheap and trying to screw you.

Revenge taste so good.
#113 to #111 - anonymous (01/14/2013) [-]
They do, especially with appliances
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