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Old 12-27-2008, 02:32 AM
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Just bought a DX3S, opend the box and noticed 2 marks on the controller itself only very small 1's.

1 is a small dent in the top on the back and the other is a small scratch that has taken off the paint on the controller. They are very very tiny but with contorllers being very sensitive, I'm wondering if i should be over cautious and take it back or just leave it as it is and give it a try.

Thanks in advance, i'm probably being over cautious but im still pretty new to all this and its only my 2nd controller.
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Old 12-27-2008, 05:30 AM
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Personally I would do an exchange. If its marked up in ways that wasnt meant to be you really dont know how it was handled.
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Old 12-28-2008, 05:30 PM
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For what you pay for a radio it should come out of the box perfect. Your LHS shouldn't have a problem giving you a new one and sending that one back to their supplier.
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I really do dislike the way the radio is packaged. Why zip tied on a piece of cardboard opposed to styro.
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One word..........COST
One zip tie is much cheaper that the tooling to do the fome packaging!!!
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