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LG G6 H870DS 64GB 5.7-inch Unlocked Smartphone for $475.97 @ebay

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LG G6 H870DS 64GB 5.7-inch Unlocked Smartphone for $475.97 @ebay

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After having two LG phones that developed the bootloop problem and an LG washing machine that's leaked since I got it and even though they can't fix it they won't replace it...I think I'm out of LG products from now on.
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After having two LG phones that developed the bootloop problem and an LG washing machine that's leaked since I got it and even though they can't fix it they won't replace it...I think I'm out of LG products from now on.
what kind of washing machine? top load or front load?
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what kind of washing machine? top load or front load?
Front load kenmore made by LG. Repair guy told me they have "mystery leaks" they can't find. LG says I'm using too much detergent...one tide pod is apparently too much for it. laugh out loud

Its one thing to have product problems. Its another to completely "ole!" those problems and LG seems to have a few too many of those across product lines.
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Front load kenmore made by LG. Repair guy told me they have "mystery leaks" they can't find. LG says I'm using too much detergent...one tide pod is apparently too much for it. laugh out loud

Its one thing to have product problems. Its another to completely "ole!" those problems and LG seems to have a few too many of those across product lines.
LG top load and it seems to be working pretty good it's a large size and I put probably 2 pods and those little softener beads now my Samsung fridge is a different story
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I love how boring this deal is that it turned into a discussion about washing machines.
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LG top load and it seems to be working pretty good it's a large size and I put probably 2 pods and those little softener beads now my Samsung fridge is a different story
My 4th front loader, pretty much the same sorts of loads and detergent use.

"You're doing it wrong and its supposed to leak when you do that" from LG is the problem. I'm sure they have many fine products that have no problems. I measure companies by how they handle exceptions, especially when its clearly not something the customer is doing wrong.

I was just looking at some of the problems folks are having with the Nexus 5x (LG made). They're out of phones and spare parts and they have tons of phones still under warranty. People are waiting weeks to get a refurb phone to replace a busted one. The problems are internal connections that weren't made right during assembly. LG spent months ignoring the complaints and denying there was a product problem.
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I love how boring this deal is that it turned into a discussion about washing machines.
NEVER put your phone in the washing machine!

I'm just saying that LG has had quite a range of product design and/or assembly problems and that they don't stand behind the product.
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My 4th front loader, pretty much the same sorts of loads and detergent use.

"You're doing it wrong and its supposed to leak when you do that" from LG is the problem. I'm sure they have many fine products that have no problems. I measure companies by how they handle exceptions, especially when its clearly not something the customer is doing wrong.

I was just looking at some of the problems folks are having with the Nexus 5x (LG made). They're out of phones and spare parts and they have tons of phones still under warranty. People are waiting weeks to get a refurb phone to replace a busted one. The problems are internal connections that weren't made right during assembly. LG spent months ignoring the complaints and denying there was a product problem.
I had an lg v10 and got the bootloop after 3 months. Bluetooth would disconnect often and the speaker sucked. so yea I'm with you on the phone thing.
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I have had 6 lg phones from LG G2,, G4, G5, V10 and currently G6 and V20. I never once got this boot loop stuff.
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After having two LG phones that developed the bootloop problem and an LG washing machine that's leaked since I got it and even though they can't fix it they won't replace it...I think I'm out of LG products from now on.
My 2 year old apartment complex had 2 failed LG tvs (bad boards). I would never buy an LG tv. I haven't had any issues with my G3 and G4 phones though.
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LG top load and it seems to be working pretty good it's a large size and I put probably 2 pods and those little softener beads now my Samsung fridge is a different story
I was about to say the same about about Samsung products. We've had a fridge with constant problems. It finally died. Also, my Samsung TV had bad capacitors. I was able to replace them myself. Their phones get very slow and laggy within a year or so.
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or get the same phone for 120 dollars.
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I have had 6 lg phones from LG G2,, G4, G5, V10 and currently G6 and V20. I never once got this boot loop stuff.
I am on the same boat. G3, G4, V10, G5, V20... and now G6. I guess we are some lucky ppl.
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or get the same phone for 120 dollars.
Yes, I know.
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