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Topic # 62382 5-Jun-2010 16:12
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How do the DSE online store handle warranty returns.   Can't find any details on the website about warranty returns from online store.   Can I go to my local store and they process it or do I have to contact the online store department?

Anybody have any experience with this before?

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  Reply # 338560 5-Jun-2010 16:24
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just walk into a local dse store with the product and receipt and you'll be sorted.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 338567 5-Jun-2010 16:57
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Totally agree. Dse is good like that:)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 338615 5-Jun-2010 19:42
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don't think youll get your postage back though.

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  Reply # 338618 5-Jun-2010 19:53
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No you will not get your postage back. But why would you? You are asking for a warranty repair/replace/refund. The only time you would get postage back is if the goods were faulty upon receipt, damaged, or just plain wrong.

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