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Topic # 150596 28-Jul-2014 07:15
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Our Pioneer 3D Blu Ray player died last night, this is the third device to fail in just over a year, they have been replaced but I am over this, would I be unreasonable to insist that Harvey Norman now replace it with a different brand?




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  Reply # 1096852 28-Jul-2014 07:45
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Ask for $$$ back or replacement of another model yes all covered under CGA



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  Reply # 1096853 28-Jul-2014 07:50
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This device was received in June and has played maybe 6 discs at most. Pioneer used to be a good brand, no longer avoid them like one would avoid curry and bacon ice cream.




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  Reply # 1096990 28-Jul-2014 11:09
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Went into Harvey Normans and they replaced it with a Panasonic unit with no hassles what so ever. Good on you Harvey Normans.




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