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post #469 of 474 (permalink) Old 10-24-2019, 07:33 PM
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So I had to prepay 550.00 and they sent me a replacement. The really awesome part is these scumbags only refund me 500.00
Ah, for the third pair they wanted me to put down a deposit, too. I said, no, I haven't had to do it in the past, and I'm not doing it now.
Basically, doing so would've amounted to them having $2,350 and me nothing...until I got the replacements and the deposit refunded.

So they sent me the new lights. Not before they got the old ones back, but that I understand.


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Good thing that I saved the box and boxes that the lights came in, they sent me a return label and will get replacements due to the melting and P/S flickering, so tomorrow they go back and will be waiting on the new ones, nice thing that they have a 5 year warranty and I only had them since late April.
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...... replacements due to the melting and P/S flickering,....... I only had them since late April.
Kinda makes me wonder.....Not trashing on Moriomoto, they make excellent products. But makes me wonder if they went to cheap in places and charged to much for all the issues everyone seems to be having with them

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They do have a good warranty.

So you apparently got a pair that worked correctly, but didn't last. Unless they have changed something, why would your new pair last more than six months?
Aside from that the days are shorter for the next six, so they may not melt for eight months.

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...all the issues everyone seems to be having with them
It probably isn't everyone.

I'm sure many won't notice if the projectors are clocked wrong, and others never even tried to adjust theirs.
But when the cosmetic side of them starts to deteriorate, that's different.

Personally I couldn't care less if the plastic melted, as long as the function was still there. None of mine ever saw daylight, and weren't installed very long, so melting wasn't an issue.
I can't see how they wouldn't all be the same from a melting standpoint, so if most are parked outside (especially if facing south), all but those in Oregon should end up melted.
This could get interesting.

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post #474 of 474 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 10:31 AM
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This is all reinforcing to me why I stuck with Mopar OEM projectors - sure they don't look as "cool", but they function for me just fine
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