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post #1 of 4 Old 10-04-2019, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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New Toro1028OHXE DAMAGED

Just ordered a New Toro 1028OHXE from Toro Online and Put together and shipped to me for free from my local hardware store that sells Toro.
Got a Email from my local Toro dealer that said that they had to Call Toro up for replacement parts since the Snowblower has a damaged control cable and handle.(don't know if it was damaged during shipping or at factory}
Anyways I am glad I did not order it from Homedepot since there was a $45 shipping charge for curb side delivery and would think that I would have to put the snowblower together by myself.
Glad I got it from a Toro dealer where I am sure they check these out before delivery.....JT
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yep, I'm a believer in going through a dealer too. Post some pics once you get the unit.

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I hate those Samsonite gorilla delivery truck drivers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have had my share of stuff damaged by UPS and others.
At least the post office has always overseen any damaged parcel issues and claims.
Buying it through your dealer was the best way to handle it, and you know
you will not be put at the end of the line when you need warranty work done.
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Just got this baby today and waiting for the 1st snow......JT
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