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Defective chips in cameras and related electronics

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by kr0, Nov 2, 2005.

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  1. kr0

    kr0 Guest

    Apparently there is an issue with a defective chip in cameras, camcorders
    and handheld computers. The chip is used in a variety of brands and products
    and seems to have problems with humid or hot environments causing it to
    fail. If you check out
    https://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/case/defective_camera_chip_california
    there is some more information on this and the makes and models involved as
    well as what can be done about it. There is a free case evaluation provided
    for those who may have had . I found this of interest and hope that it might
    be of some help.

    kr0
     
  2. Joel Kolstad

    Joel Kolstad Guest

    Sounds 100% like bored lawyers looking to make some money. I can't imagine
    they'll ever have a case -- they state that manufacturers will replace
    products but "only if they fail" (i.e., only if there's been some actual
    damage) as well as "If you purchased one of the electronic devices listed
    below, based on written (online or print) advertising or representations that
    the device would work anytime and anywhere, you may have a claim." @#$#$%
    Who advertises ANYTHING to work "anytime and anywhere?" Does the average
    consumer really think their camcorder will work in, say, Antartica after
    they've left it out on the ice for a day?

    Are you sure that entire website isn't just a big hoax?
     
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