Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Des Moines Iowa
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I bought a Denon 2113 from Accessories 4 Less earlier this year. It turned out to be defective and Denon sent a replacement refurbished model. I sold that one on Ebay as I found another model I liked better. (The package was unopened.). The gentleman I sold the replacement to finally got around to installing it and found out it was also a dud. This receiver had no sound output at all. The buyer tried tips from this site that I sent him, and then eventually called Denon. But even the test tones don't work. They speculated that it may have been dropped hard and the soundboard broken at some point.
Soooo, my questions are do I have any recourse? (I am accepting the receiver back from the buyer and refunding the money.) Can I still go back to Denon and tell them the second receiver was also a dud or did I lose that option by selling the replacement? I don't think I can even get some money back from using MasterCard as technically this is not the receiver I bought on it though it is the replacement for that receiver.
My fear is that I am out the $380 I charged the buyer and wind up without even a working receiver to show for it.
Any helpful suggestions are welcome.