Post by lostforawhile on Nov 11, 2017 11:59:57 GMT -5
This seller sold me a CDI specifically listed for my Yiben YB50-QT3 the cdi lasted 38 miles, and quit, took the bike apart on the side of the road, swapped a CDI and it started right up, I opened a case, as this was a 40 dollar CDI plus 21 bucks shipping international, the seller responded by telling me to take it to a scooter mechanic (haha) and opened a counter case against me, claiming since it lasted 40 miles, it wasn't defective, I'm glad it wasn't a tire. The ebay rep on the phone actually tried to argue it must be good if it lasted that long.
electrical parts you buy it you own it. Exploite seller/buyer protections you might be able to pick the vendors pocket.
Hey plenty of buyers do it, they will buy a dc cdi install it in an ac ignition system. Burn it out and make the vendor pay for it, because the site has a policy. If the buyer says blah the vendor takes it up the rear/get his/her pocket picked.
Post by lostforawhile on Nov 11, 2017 15:11:35 GMT -5
it ran fine for 40 miles, then up and quit, other cdi started it right up and it ran, I could understand it quitting after a few thousand miles, but 40? and this wasn't a cheapo no name cdi, i mean a 6 dollar cdi no big deal, but this was supposed to be high quality