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Purchased a Dinair Pro Kit 12/06/12. Compressor failed approximately 5 months later. Customer service was fairly good and replaced with a new updated compressor. Warning, the airbrush itself does NOT have a warranty only the compressor. Compressor still works great but my airbrush stopped working and will cost $25.00 to return the airbrush for deep cleaning and repair with replacement if needed. They did offer to walk thru a cleaning by phone but that is not the problem. What appears as the problem is a seal breakdown at the tip just inside the tip cap that is causing the air brush to back bubble only. I have kept mine in wet dock between uses as instructed by Dinair videos. I can see charging $25 for cleaning but a refund of the $25 dollars would be nice if it is truley an airbrush failure.
What a novel idea, pun intended, to write a business book and disguise it as fiction. The Goal is a story about a man and his family and his job. It provides a lot of information that at the time of publication was pretty important. It still is important, though has lost some of its urgency with time. It is a quick read and worth the time it takes to finish it.
Great book to help plan a trip to Germany. I've used Rick Steves books for several European vacations. Always been very helpful.
Its been about 4 days now since I bought my F-63. I used it for a total of 3 hours. My brother put it together for me. He said it was fairly easy putting it together. I bought mine from Dicks. And also the extended warrenty for 4 years. I liked the idea of buying it from the manufacture with no tax and free shipping however they did not have the extended 4 year plans. I used my Father's van to pick it up and take it to my house. We took it out of the car and opened the box up outside and took it in a piece at a time. The running track was realy haevy thats for sure. There was a strap on the track so in case the track did not lift out while you were moving the track. So far I realy like it. I cant do any serious running because of my knees so I walk, fast walk and do short jogs. The hand pulse grips worked for me pretty good. I have to read the mannel to how to work the chest pulse monitor. I do admit the plastic tray on lower level is pretty thin but I never use that anyway. It has big compartments on the councill. So thats not a issue to me. When I push in the lever for letting down the track it dose go down a little fast however half way down the shocks starts to kick in and slows it down till it hits the floor. When you start off and press the speed up to lets say 3 miles an hour it responds a little slow before it reaches that desired speed. But once it is at desired speed its pretty smooth running and quiet. At first I thought I heard squeeks while I had thing going but discovered that was my smeakers hitting the track causeing that sqeeky sound. It says it goes up to 10 miles an hour but it realy goes to 12 miles an hour. I was not on it while I took it to 12 but it was realy quiet and smooth going at that speed. It is easy to push around. I looked at the one at sears and to move that around you have to tilt it as though it is a refredigerator on a hand truck. And they did not have the assisted shocks to let the track down. The F-63 gives you a cheapee water bottle. I am going at a certain speed and want a goup of water and the lid comes off spilling the water on my treadmill. I will have to shop around for a better qaulity water bottle. I got a Dicks store card and got intrest free for 12 months for easy paying. i was looking at the 15" LCD DVD tv on the stand. I think thats the cheapest I have seen on the web. They dont have extended warrentees which is a disadvatage. Some things you dont need extended warrentees and others you do. Like my Plasma TV I spent 300 dollars for the extended warrentee and never used it. And yet my air condtioner unit outside the labor was good for only a year and the coils went on it 1 month after the labor contract expired and I had to pay 750.00 to fix it. The book for the treadmill says you have to lube the track every 600 hours and if the belt gets a little out of alinemnt theres set screws in the back. Hopefuly I will never have to adjust the allinement. Well if it operates as good as it did the litlle 3 hours I used it and works as well as years to come I will be a very happy person