Warning - Nikon REFUSES to replace equipment they cannot fix, even if under warranty.

Started Jun 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
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BlueJakester
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Re: Best case

Mako2011 wrote:

BlueJakester wrote:

Get a lawyer. A letter on your attorney's letterhead threatening legal action will usually work. It would cost Nikon more to engage there legal department than to replace your equipment.

It might cost you a hundred bucks or so in legal fees,

Or he could simply have accepted the replacement camera. It would have been cheaper to do that. I was told that for legal reasons, Nikon will not honor the OP's request for "in writing" explanation as he demanded. They will, best case, offer again. Seems a waste of legal fees.

That's different. I think I read the thread too fast and/or missed something. I agree, pulling in a lawyer now would be a waste.

New advice to OP: just get a replacement if you can

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