[Nfbc-info] My apartment complex got new washers and dryers
chad at chadallenmagic.com
Mon Apr 25 19:22:43 UTC 2016
I’m not exactly sure where your rights land on this matter but it might be a good idea to file a complaint with the manufacturer of the machines so you can have a jump on the company who made them.
> On Apr 25, 2016, at 12:08 PM, Fred's Win7 Catastrophe via Nfbc-info <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hey there Federation peeps,
> It took me 2-hours to start a load of friggin laundry this morning! Trial and error, pushing little membrane buttons, swiping various cards, listening to beeps, and then it finally ran. My clothes were wet and dirty at the end.
> Luckily, a neighbor popped-in, and showed me how the machines work.
> We got new electronic display washers and dryers in my apartment complex's laundry room. They don't take coins, but run on debit cards.
> Since they are brand spanking new, I told the owner and manager that they are defective, or they installed the wrong machines, since they don't talk.
> The washers deduct $8-from my account, and charge different prices depending on how dirty I say my clothes are. The prices may also change according to variations in electricty pricing through the day.
> The contraption has 2-displays: one for the card scan gadget, the other displays pricing, and then goes to a countdown timer.
> NONE of this information is available to me. Do I have a right to know how much I am being charged?
> Do the owners have to replace the machines, if I request it?
> Fred at the beach, Carlsbad
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