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11/27/2011
By: seeya
TV Center Electronics
These guys know customer service. I asked them about my broken TV and they knew exactly what was wrong. We discussed repair cost and I decided to get it repaired. They did 1 trip and had me fixed up . I even purchased another TV from them. They were $100.00 cheaper on the price of a 51" TV then your big box stores. It's hard to fine customer service anymore. TV Center Electronics knows how to deliver customer service.
02/01/2015
By: elyn.bryan
Sony Electronics
THE WORST COMPUTER EXPERIENCE I EVER HAD!!!! I'VE BEEN WAITING 8 MONTHS FOR MY REFUND FROM SONY. THEY LIE CONSTANTLY AND SAY THE CHECK IS IN THE MAIL, THEN CALL ME WEEKS LATER TO ASK FOR THE RECEIPTS AGAIN AND AGAIN! THE STORE BEST BUY CAN'T EVEN GET AN ANSWER!!!
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Your car's AC may emit a bad odor due to a dirty filter. The unpleasant smell may also be caused by mold or mildew growth within the AC's evaporator. These problems can eventually cause clogged lines or parts failure, and it's important to get them taken care of quickly to avoid increasing the cost of your repair bill.
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