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Old October 5th, 2016, 12:16 AM   #13
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Remanufacturing a plate that has failed because it was poorly engineered from the get go by the the manufacturer does not make a lot of sense to me.
#1 → It could fail again, and you could be severely injured, but have no recourse with suing the manufacturer for the cost of your injuries.
#2 → Unless the company/person repairing the plate will assume liability for the repairs, why do them?
#3 → The repair will look rather ugly unless you spend enough to match what buying a single new plate (hopefully at some discount) would cost.
#4 → You should let Riedell Powerdyle know that this SLF thread will continue being updated regularly until fair resolution of your problem has been implemented by them.

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