Is Rebuilding My Battery Pack
Bull#$*&, Cough, Cough.
NO. When you make a purchase you own the purchased item,
and it is yours to do with as You wish. We will ask you:
If you purchase an automobile, the automobile goes out of
warranty, and then the engine must be replaced; Will it be illegal
for you to purchase an engine and hire someone to pull the
defective engine and install the replacement engine of a 3500
pound vehicle capable of going 100+ miles per hour?
When you ask the trusted advise
of your original vendor about replacing the battery insert in an out
of warranty battery pack; if the salespersons response to you, the consumer,
attempting to use your limited budget wisely, goes something like,
(we think replacing the battery pack might even be illegal); Well,
what does that really say about the vendor? And is that
vendor cost efficient or environmentally friendly? Or, does
that attitude show excessive cost to you and force you to be another member of a
When any vendor places special
technology into their product seeking to restrict the
rebuilding of their expensive product, costing you much money over
a career; and enforcing a "throw-away society", should that vendor
make easily available the techniques to bypass any attempted
restrictions allowing continued using all of the products
features after you rebuild the product?
Note: If You ever have a vendor
trying to monopolize a market or hinting that rebuilding your
battery is illegal; You should start considering other primary
vendors of that type new item immediately for the time when you
will need to purchase new units of that type.
Be Pro-Active. Tell the
vendor how you feel and support your feeling by communicating
throughout your company headquarters and by considering
other vendors of the same product immediately. You are the
one who will be hurt the worst if You ever allow any vendor to
attempt this. It is Your money that controls any market.
What happens is because of the stand You take.
Lithium Ion Broadcast Batteries
Last Revised September 09, 2002
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1991 > forward, All Rights Reserved.