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Posted on Buying used Delta 36-725

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#1 posted 05-11-2016 02:02 PM

Just found out from Delta they don t transfer warranties. So I would be out of luck if anything went wrong. Ugh! I don t know what to do.

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The good news is that most devices that are going to have a premature failure will incur failure very early on. Otherwise they tend to perform as expected for the duration of their intended service life, given proper maintenance. That’s one of the benefits of having a slightly used saw vs a 10 year old saw that’s still new in the box….it’s been through the initial testing phase. That doesn’t mean that nothing will ever go wrong with it, but the odds are in your favor for the extended future. Because of the lack of warranty, I’d try to push for a bit more price reduction. It really boils down to your comfort level, how you feel about the used price vs new price, etc.

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