Originally Posted by Lonestar 48
Thanks Bren; I really didn't know who to turn to. Would you think I should just go to the lawyer, or should I try to contact the seller first?
What is the seller going to do?
The way I see it, your choices are
a) try and find a way to get the warranty honored by the company (which the seller wouldn't have anything to do with)
b) try and make it the seller's problem (which is what you need the lawyer for)
c) pay out of pocket
Am I missing something? The only way I see contacting the seller making sense is if they can still pay the $100 and transfer the warranty.