karel wrote:I've been trying to get a hold by phone of Kuluttajavirasto, but so far haven't succeeded.
karel wrote:I had her call to the store, where they told her that a new replacement machine doesn't get a new warranty, but it remains under the warranty period of the first machine. Meaning that the warranty of this brand new machine ran out last November.
Rules differ per country, but I know that in Holland the warranty starts with a new factory given period when a machine is replaced by a new one.
cybertiger wrote:Finland seems to have this distinction between companies that import and companies that sell.
kilpikonna29 wrote:Good to know
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kilpikonna29 wrote:I was just not sure which place was better.
So you'll have a specialist importer with a couple of contacts outside the country and then all the big stores that sell those items will import through the single importer.
Right now being an importer is a lucrative business, but I don't expect it will last with the next generation learning to use web shops abroad and effectively becoming their own importers, and cutting out two middle men.
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