Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W0LPQ, Jan 4, 2002.

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  1. W0LPQ

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    I don't understand, if Tom finds a problem with the unit and says NO...I don't want to continue, you now think there is a problem with N8PQB.

    I have dealt with him, have met him, and find he is .. a riot to talk to. Darn smart as well.

    In your case, he could not get the unit to function correctly. After further investigation he found a key problem with the unit...actually a mis-key which is not a unit problem, but with the opertator. He, I believe, so advised you.

    1. A seller finds a potential problem. Advises buyer.
    2. Buyer has a choice of continuing with the transaction, or just saying no.

    Personally, I would rather someone tell me they found a problem before shipment, rather than me finding the glitch after I received it. I would think that in that case, no matter where you live, that is most acceptable.


    Bill, W0LPQ

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