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post #571 of 744
unless it was an authorized Grado dealer on eBay there is no warranty.
post #572 of 744

How about buyers directly from Turntable , do they have warranty ?

post #573 of 744
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How about buyers directly from Turntable , do they have warranty ?


 



those would have the standard Grado policy I would assume. I've never looked into it.
post #574 of 744

The BSX is a product from Grado , so they should therefore assume the warranty ?

post #575 of 744
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The BSX is a product from Grado , so they should therefore assume the warranty ?

Doesn't matter.  If you did not buy from an authorized dealer then no warranty.

post #576 of 744
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The BSX is a product from Grado , so they should therefore assume the warranty ?
If they werent registered with Grado i think BS should be covered. What if you bought them for present, buyer would be different person than the one registering. They even sold them outside US oficialy. I would write to Turntable and ask what you should do to register for warranty.
post #577 of 744
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If they werent registered with Grado i think BS should be covered. What if you bought them for present, buyer would be different person than the one registering. They even sold them outside US oficialy. I would write to Turntable and ask what you should do to register for warranty.


Ok , thank's i'll write to Turntable

post #578 of 744
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Ok , thank's i'll write to Turntable

Please let us know what they say. Thanks
post #579 of 744

The answer is no (no warranty), because i am not purchasing directly from them , they suggest me to contact Grado  .   PS : Sorry if my English is not good , i try to do my best , i am in France . Thank you

post #580 of 744
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The answer is no (no warranty), because i am not purchasing directly from them , they suggest me to contact Grado  .   PS : Sorry if my English is not good , i try to do my best , i am in France . Thank you

Are they broken? If yes, what is broken exactly?
post #581 of 744

No , everything's fine , i am asking for a warranty just in case for

post #582 of 744
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The answer is no (no warranty), because i am not purchasing directly from them , they suggest me to contact Grado  .   PS : Sorry if my English is not good , i try to do my best , i am in France . Thank you


They should learn that warranty is for the product not buyer. If you get them from the shop (not online) how would they know that you (and not someone else) have bought them.

I would write them that you are going to ask EU parliament representative about "warranty" which is voided because you've bought something second hand. Before that I would ask them to reconsider (I would send the same mail to Grado).

post #583 of 744
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They should learn that warranty is for the product not buyer. If you get them from the shop (not online) how would they know that you (and not someone else) have bought them.
I would write them that you are going to ask EU parliament representative about "warranty" which is voided because you've bought something second hand. Before that I would ask them to reconsider (I would send the same mail to Grado).

If you buy something second hand, and you don't have the original receipt, i think it's logical that they won't give you warranty;
You don't know what happened to them, you don't know their age, you don't know anything.

If companies were to give warranty for everything no matter if 2nd hand, everything would cost more, because a lot more people would claim warranty, and thus they get a new set for their old broken stuff, maybe YEARS after it was bought.

So then you have people who basically receive 2 for 1.
post #584 of 744

I think he should have been given a receipt from the previous owner. It's not like there are any "fakes" Bushmills around. And why should it matter if the buyer sold headphones to someone else, he could have never unpacked them or use them.

You don't know the age of Bushmills? You are joking, right?

post #585 of 744
There aren't many companies, especially electronics that offere warranties that arr transferable beteeen owners.
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