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Crab warranty

Jmkdc
Jmkdc Member Posts: 1
How do you call it a warranty when nothing major is covered?  Could it be they don't covered because they know the major parts will go out sooner rather than later. Don't buy challenger if you want support and reliability 

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  • mattmia2
    mattmia2 Member Posts: 2,863
    Challenger seems like a poor choice of name for a product, especially one that involves fire.
  • pecmsg
    pecmsg Member Posts: 1,963
    Jmkdc said:

    How do you call it a warranty when nothing major is covered?  Could it be they don't covered because they know the major parts will go out sooner rather than later. Don't buy challenger if you want support and reliability 


  • bucksnort
    bucksnort Member Posts: 109
    mattmia2 said:

    Challenger seems like a poor choice of name for a product, especially one that involves fire.

    Or blows up during operation after launch.
  • HVACNUT
    HVACNUT Member Posts: 3,906
    I don't think Challenger is a bad nickname. In fact its tried and true. I just don't know what this guy is talking about. And what's a crab got to do with it?
    kcoppPC7060
  • kcopp
    kcopp Member Posts: 3,698
    I have a bunch of them out there. They work pretty well. What is the issue you are having? Perhaps we can help...
  • EBEBRATT-Ed
    EBEBRATT-Ed Member Posts: 8,840
    There used to be "Challenger" electric panels back in the 80s.......not so hot. Someone bought them out Westinghouse maybe. No they are pretty much gone too
  • bucksnort
    bucksnort Member Posts: 109

    There used to be "Challenger" electric panels back in the 80s.......not so hot. Someone bought them out Westinghouse maybe. No they are pretty much gone too

    C'mom Man. I had one put in my house in 87'. Still ticking.
  • HVACNUT
    HVACNUT Member Posts: 3,906
    edited April 8
    There used to be "Challenger" electric panels back in the 80s.......not so hot. Someone bought them out Westinghouse maybe. No they are pretty much gone too
    I would always test a circuit breaker by smacking it on the heel of my palm. Whether or not that's a good test, I dont know. I would get bruises trying to trip a Challenger breaker. Everyone else, a little tap and it would trip. 
  • kcopp
    kcopp Member Posts: 3,698
    Im pretty sure he is talking about a Triangle tube Challenger.
  • mattmia2
    mattmia2 Member Posts: 2,863
    bucksnort said:

    There used to be "Challenger" electric panels back in the 80s.......not so hot. Someone bought them out Westinghouse maybe. No they are pretty much gone too

    C'mom Man. I had one put in my house in 87'. Still ticking.
    May aunt had that problem with a split bus Square D FSP panelboard where the tie between the lighting and main section loosened up.
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