lol cool, another taker in the argument
the simoniz electric pressure washers all carry the same warranty details. the documentation i have specifies the range of products it covers.
i did not start this petty argument. in fact you will find an entire thread on simoniz electric pressure washers that has been ongoing long before i ever joined this board. this thread has connected to it in regards to davidler's claim that a warranty that specifies repair of defective is illegal. statistics that this is hotly debated? are you for real? the debate on this board has been going on for months in regards to it, so when i say hotly debated, i mean on here.
so i decided to take this a step beyond... phone call back to canadian tire for gas pressure washer warranty. repair only, do not return to store. if the debate had been about gas pw's, davidler would be correct. unfortuantely the debate was about electric pw's
DavidLer is correct.....almost every item with a gas powered engine (pressure washer, lawnmower, generator, tractor, snowblower) are repair warranty only from the second it leaves the door. But here is how that warranty works, just in case you thought there was no recourse for a truly defective item. The product must be sent to a an authorized repair outlet to determine if it is truly defective (ie. a returns clerk is hardly qualified as a small engine mechanic). If the item is truly defective, a return authorization is issued to the retailer and the customer gets a new one....and this goes for the entire length of the warranty, whether it be 1 day or 5 years. However, if the customer put too much oil in it, or not at all, or they have a 2 stroke and improperly mixed the gas, or they ran over a large rock with their lawnmower, or they just plain are lying due to buyer's remorse, then they OWN it PERIOD.
Of course there is recourse for a defective product, it's the law.....but absolutely nowhere does the CPA or sale of goods act say that it has to be on the spot....the retailer has every right to test the item, send it to a qualified technician, and due their due diligence to ensure it really IS defective.
DavidLer.....I know you don't like to answer questions that conflict with your version of the truth, but do you not believe that a retailer has the right to verify if an item is truly defective?
You are a slick one, lawguy/Unregistered.
Care to admit that you were wrong? Interpreted incorrecty?
Care to admit that davidler was right?
I assume not.
On the fight you started with davidler, you are now trying to recast this as being about electric.
Very, very slick.
DavidLer is full of bunk. No such return policy, no such application to his interpretations of single lines in a complex act. Do call the ministry of consumer protection....
Point #5 in post # 128
Ok, so Which policy are you claiming does not exist?
The CT “90 day return” policy on their web sites and in their stores?
The obscure and misleading statement on the back of your receipt saying (after the fact) that there won’t be any returns allowed?
The one that CT has but others dont' saying “sorry – no refund” if it's defective?
You need to be more specific. There are a lot of topics under discussion.
Where does it say ther will be no returns allowed?......more bunk and crap spewing
Where does it say no refund if it's defective?.....more made up interpretations that are untrue