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Old August 12, 2010, 10:04 PM
Flintblade Flintblade is offline
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Originally Posted by Perineum View Post
I can't say I would refund anyone either. Any of the stuff I've sold has never had warranty of any kind and is still in use today.

Perhaps he never tested it before he sold it because he didn't have the other components needed in order to test it? Why would a company RMA him a dead board anyway?

Perhaps you mishandled it?

Doesn't matter. Let's just get it fixed....

That's all I want is for it to be fixed. However, ive always offered refunds on DOA items. You can't blame the buyer if it's DOA. I didn't mishandle the board. He shipped it outside of a static bag and i tossed on a wrist strap and laid it down on a anti static bag that I had. I'm very good with my stuff and this is the first dead computer component i've ever dealt with.

Anyways, let's get some suggestions on how to fix this. I don't want to have to do an RMA.
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