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820-2915 boots halfway then restarts(possible GPU issue)

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  • #16
    They already paid $150 before sending for the repair so I was planning on sending it back to them and tell them if it does the same thing in the next 60 days or so I would give them a full refund.

    Should I just send this back and give them a refund right away because I can't replace the GPU on this?

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    • #17
      write out a terms and conditions, if you are going to take a deposit, it has to say non refundable deposit, ive found most people will pay $55. or dont charge a deposit, your only options are stress test until it fails then refund or refund now and learn a lesson, but dont give it back partially working, either fully working or dead
      Last edited by peterfixit; 03-22-2017, 04:35 AM.

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      • #18
        Better to give them a refund right now. If you did not replace the GPU you are scamming your customer as nothing was properly repaired.

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        • #19
          Okay I will be giving him a refund. Thanks.

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