MSE Blog: How I used a warranty to replace earphones I’d had for almost three years

"When my earphones stopped working after two and a half years of almost daily use, my first thought was that I’d simply buy a new pair from the same company..."

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How I used a warranty to replace earphones I’d had for almost three years


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  • yep i got a warrenty on my washing machine and when it did give up the ghost beyond economial repair i got a brand new one the only thing that peeved me was i had to pay for delivery but hey ho i got a new washer
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    Shouldn't the title of the blog entry be "How I used a 3 year warranty to replace earphones I’d had for almost three years"?
    Come on people, it's not difficult: lose means to be unable to find, loose means not being fixed in place. So if you have a hole in your pocket you might lose your loose change.
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