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    It's like ANYTHING; If you don't take care of it, it will not last as long as it should under normal circumstances, or work in the most efficient way it is capable of. Whether it be your house, your yard, your car, your clothing, your teeth.. Everything HAS to be taken care of.. Think about the next time you are going to use your tool, or drive your car.. Are you going to use it in the way it was intended, correctly, safely.. And have you maintained your car, your yard.. Are you trying to open an extremely tight wrench a larger nut with a 1/4" ratchet (putting strain on the SMALL 1/4" fitting? or are you thinking and using a larger 3/8 or 1/2" to perform the job safely.. Less breakage, less stress, less bloody knuckles..

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    Doing this will likely help relieve the time and stress of coming down to a store to be "harassed" (as some customers seem to put it) having to do a return. Of course there are manufacture defects but this is so very seldom and I find usually more along the line of either misuse, abuse, or regular wear and tear that you could likely save a LOT of time and effort to think before you do something..

    Buying a 2-cycle weedeater and not knowing how to properly fill the gas tank (you don't just pour in any amount of oil in it) and thinking the unit is defective because you can't get it to run.. Or can't pull the string to start after you poured oil inside the spark plug cavity without measuring the units is NOT a defect in most cases.. A quick look in the instructions would point out that the culprit is usually too much oil in the gas tank, or too much oil in the spark plug cavity..

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    I could go on and on :-)

    Actually perhaps I will.. FYI: The next time you purchase a wetvac' be sure to actually look INSIDE the dust container itself as many times the hose, instructions, clips, and accessories are in there. I can easily say I must have have at least 10 people so far come in extremely angry having driven down from miles away because it was "defective" missing everything ("oh someone returned this because it's missing everything") only to have me ask if they opened the container and once again there is everything. Course it then ends up being an argument with me how cashiers are supposed to know this and tell the customers to use "common sense" and look everywhere before making an assumption.

    Here is an excellent example: Just the other day we had a lady come in with a computer desk that she put together. The desk is entirely broken up (chipboard) after she claims she had put it together herself. She went to put the computer on it (while still unstable) and it completely collapsed breaking into pieces at the seams. I asked her if she followed all the instructions and she claimed she did, yes.

    I then looked at the box and NONE of the locking clips were installed and even still in the bag. To put it bluntly, she screwed in the posts but not the LOCKS (you twist with a screwdriver to lock onto the clips) and of course there is nothing holding it together.

    I refused to take it back as we could not possibly claim it as defective in the shape it was in nor is it in anyway the fault on the store, nor manufacturer but that of the customer. Unfortunately for her, I suppose this was a lesson learned on how to waste $200 in 1 hour. Instructions are there for a reason and so are receipts.

    Please for the sake of EVERYONE including yourself, read them, keep them and take care of what you have or use. Less stress, less arguments, less complaining, headaches, and more time for yourself to do other things that you want to do in your life :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    I could go on and on :-)

    Actually perhaps I will.. FYI: The next time you purchase a wetvac' be sure to actually look INSIDE the dust container itself as many times the hose, instructions, clips, and accessories are in there. I can easily say I must have have at least 10 people so far come in extremely angry having driven down from miles away because it was "defective" missing everything ("oh someone returned this because it's missing everything") only to have me ask if they opened the container and once again there is everything. Course it then ends up being an argument with me how cashiers are supposed to know this and tell the customers to use "common sense" and look everywhere before making an assumption.

    Here is an excellent example: Just the other day we had a lady come in with a computer desk that she put together. The desk is entirely broken up (chipboard) after she claims she had put it together herself. She went to put the computer on it (while still unstable) and it completely collapsed breaking into pieces at the seams. I asked her if she followed all the instructions and she claimed she did, yes.

    I then looked at the box and NONE of the locking clips were installed and even still in the bag. To put it bluntly, she screwed in the posts but not the LOCKS (you twist with a screwdriver to lock onto the clips) and of course there is nothing holding it together.

    I refused to take it back as we could not possibly claim it as defective in the shape it was in nor is it in anyway the fault on the store, nor manufacturer but that of the customer. Unfortunately for her, I suppose this was a lesson learned on how to waste $200 in 1 hour. Instructions are there for a reason and so are receipts.

    Please for the sake of EVERYONE including yourself, read them, keep them and take care of what you have or use. Less stress, less arguments, less complaining, headaches, and more time for yourself to do other things that you want to do in your life :-)
    Lol i had a guy today call customer relations becasue i refused to warranty his car battery, he had no paperwork, admited he wasn't the original owner and the battery half of the warranty sticker was gone and the battery had bright orange paint on the top. The same orange paint we use to mark the batteries in our scrap battery bin in our garbage compound. However, even though this customer didn't pay for the battery, even though neither he nor the battery had any of the required documents and even though it appeared this battery was a previous warrantied battery the was stolen from us in the first place!!!! The customer demanded I give him a new one becasue it was a ct battery.

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    Re: Atv 3000 super winch

    Why don't you two engage in a circle jerk together, since it would likely be less intimate than all the mutual back slapping you're currently undergoing.
    When done, you can open up a new enterprise called "Customers Suck". Oh wait, I think Canadian Tire has a copyright on that one.

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    I find it interesting how this is a website that is clearly made to "back slap" a company and this entire website is full of "Back slapping" yet when all I do it spend the time to try and help point out some common sense, and support, *I* am considered a "jerk"?

    Perhaps you could point out what exactly I said was incorrect?

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    Hey retarded webmaster... Nice job on blocking my IP, howd that work out for ya?

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