When Eric Crusius boarded his recent American Airlines flight from Washington to Dallas, the air conditioning was powered down and the cabin started to heat up quickly, just as you might expect an aluminum tube to do under the heat of the late summer sun.
Geri Bain’s “hot” computer is missing in action. Why won’t Dell repair it? And why won’t it return her laptop?
Question: I recently called Dell’s technical team because my computer was overheating and I had burnt my fingers. I was told that, despite the fact that my computer was five years old, it would be treated as a safety recall and that I should send photos of the computer, my burnt fingers and a doctor’s note.
The technician stated that Dell would send me a prepaid FedEx box to send my computer in and that I could expect a replacement within 7 to 10 days. A long series of delays and hand-offs seems to have landed my computer in a black hole in Dell’s insurance department.
At one point, a Texas-based supervisor said he would send the replacement that day, but needed sign-off from the insurance company. After speaking with Dell’s insurer, he said he could do nothing and further communication would be through the insurance company. Read more “Help! Dell is holding my “hot” computer hostage”
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