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Originally Posted by capta View Post
Wow! I guess Yanmar is not the company that built such a great reputation any longer. Sadly, many companies no longer care about customer service. I might suggest sending Yanmar's headquarters the name of each company, each person you dealt with and a concise, but un-exaggerated account of your experiences with each (like Yanmar doesn't care how far you had to walk to be treated so poorly). Perhaps someone there will help you.

No exaggeration on my accounts but I hear you capta. I plan on writing yanmar. Maybe I've just hit 3 bad dealers in a row but I seriously was trying to understand if it truly is expected you own a parts manual and walk in with yanmar codes for what you need. If I walked in and couldn't explain what part I needed or if they looked up what I asked for and couldn't find it I get it. However with requests for exact parts (minus the yanmar code) from exact engines I would expect they can look on their computer for 30sec to find it for me and take my money.

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