peterako wrote: »
p.s. because i have my setup very safe i avoided the virus from the deltechnet site.
kenputer wrote: »
Anybody have any info on the new DLCC for the whisper 100 that is avalible from www.deltechnet.com that will help make the whisper produce power in winds under 12 mph?
[from moderator: Comfirmed link should be fine by Windsun--probably an older antivirus program/def file.-Bill B.]
peterako wrote: »
Tmcmurran It looks to me that it got frozen up, and the damage from the expansion created this. Also mine has rust ( minor ) and i sprayed Teflon spray to control this.
but i think replacing the magnets is the easier route for you.
Greetings from Greece
The following conditions must be met in the case of a stop payment check:
1. You must send the maker of the check by certified mail a notice providing the information given in the sample below.
2. You must produce in court a copy of your written demand and a signed, certified mail receipt showing its delivery, or attempted delivery if refused, to the maker's address.
3. You must prove that the maker did not stop payment in order to resolve a good faith dispute with you. Examples of a good faith dispute would be the maker's claim that the goods were not delivered, were defective or that there was an overcharge.
4. You must be able to show in court that you made a reasonable effort to resolve the dispute before going to court.
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BB. wrote: »
Just and FYI--Be really careful with stop payments on checks... In many (all?) places in the US, stopping payment can cause legal problems for you...
For California how a business would attempt to recover the funds from a stopped check:
And if the court decides for the person receiving the check:
Changing your mind on a purchase may not be a good enough reason. And the vendor could (probably) still choose to fulfill their side of the contract and ship the product (even knowing you stopped payment)--then attempt collection (or even place a "mechanic's lean" on your property--which many contractors do by practice when doing work and expecting payment at the end--I even had several leans placed on my home because the neighbor's vendor wrote down the wrong address and place the lean on my home--fortunately, they acknowledged their mistake).
tmcmurran wrote: »
.... I found that it was not the bearing as I first thought, but brass shavings from the brushes that were causing the grinding and loud screech as it turned. ...
... makes me really start to wonder if it is time to move on to Bergy
tmcmurran wrote: »
Well after still no help from SWWP, I thought I had best do what I could for myself till they decide to get involved in the repair/replacement of the product in question. I was able to obtain a reply from SWWP that tells me they are five days behind in responding to email Well, since my initial contact was two months ago it looks like I was pushed to the back of the line again. But yesterday was five days, so I guess today makes six.
carlb wrote: »
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