Storms

Storms OP wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by HelpMeSteal in Broken TV Swap Advice by Storms

What if I did inquire about warranty services? If I swap the back shell with with the serial number and the internal mother board and wifi card, there'd be no legal way to prove I did anything right? How would inquiring about warranty info alert anyone if I sent a seemingly unrelated tv back to @amazon for instance? Thanks for the input, sincerely.

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Storms OP wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted19441 in Broken TV Swap Advice by Storms

Well it's one I already have. I can't imagine any current led or old tv having a mechanism that won't let you swap out a motherboard considering how often power boards fail... Unless everything was soldered down.

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Storms wrote

Reply to by !deleted6627

The only easy ones I heard about recently were Bloomingd@les, M@cy's, and N0rdstr0m. You never know which this stuff though. It all depends who you're chatting with or talking to.

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Storms wrote

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Did they give you any pushback the first time? How did that process go?

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Storms wrote

Reply to comment by esco88 in DNA details by esco88

I've done empty box, for a few non electronic things. It's always risky with anything that has an internet connection. Smart Tv's, phones (IMEI numbers), current gen video games.

Safer to scam some expensive sunglasses or something, and then just buy the switch.

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Storms wrote

Just means Did not arrive. Yeah every time i complained about an empty box, the chat guy basically said don't worry about it and refunded me immediately. Would you not get refunded if you didn't send back the empty box?

As far as getting around. Call up your bank, report your CC lost or stolen and get a new one. Create a new account. That would probably work.

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