Freezer Died

Armitage

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I never buy the damn things, but this time I did - basically because the guy said it would even cover food loss due to blackouts, etc. Well the freezer died sometime between now and last Friday, so I'm good! :thumbsup:
 

vi edit

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Wow. That's impressive. If you had about $300-$500 worth of beef in there that would tend to add up a bit in price of repair. Never thought they would pay for stuff that went rotten.

I just recently had an ESP pay off. I had a gun go out on my Big Screen. Cost of ESP: $300. Cost of repair (if paid out of pocket): $600.
 

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"We're sorry, your claim is invalid because you applied magnets to the appliance, read the ridiculous fine print next time, sucker!"
 

Armitage

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Originally posted by: vi_edit
Wow. That's impressive. If you had about $300-$500 worth of beef in there that would tend to add up a bit in price of repair. Never thought they would pay for stuff that went rotten.

I just recently had an ESP pay off. I had a gun go out on my Big Screen. Cost of ESP: $300. Cost of repair (if paid out of pocket): $600.

Only covers to $200 in spoiled food. I actually don't have to much in there at the moment, but it'll probably still come out to close to $100. We'll see how it works.
 

Armitage

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Repair guy just left - blown compressor which will take 5-10 days to get in. I'm about wrist deep in melted ice cream, juice from leaking meat packages & orange juice concentrate. Yum :disgust:
 
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Originally posted by: Armitage
Repair guy just left - blown compressor which will take 5-10 days to get in. I'm about wrist deep in melted ice cream, juice from leaking meat packages & orange juice concentrate. Yum :disgust:

throw it in the crockpot!