Had same thing happen to me - my LogiKIt CMOS-4 keyer started acting a bit
screwy (was not real sure it was not me ) - I sent email to them explaining
what seemed to be happening - got an answer next day - and he asked me the
numbers on tag on the IC chip - came back next day - said I had one of a few
bad chips from a run that sometimes acted up like mine and mailed me a new
chip next day - that was also after more than two years .
He did mention to me in passing that many times they are out at hamfests or
getting ready for one and there can be some delays - but in the end they
seem to treat folks right ..
Another satisfied user -- Hank K7HP
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim McDonald" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 5:12 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] has anybody had a live contact with IdiomPress
>I received an email from Rob a few days ago, and we had another email
> exchange after that. He sent some replacement parts for my LogiKit CMOS-4
> keyer (purchased in 2002!) immediately after that, and I received them
> yesterday. I was very satisfied with the resolution.
> Jim N7US
> -----Original Message-----
> Well, after sending more emails and more phone messages, none of which
> returned, I finally got an email today from Idiom regarding two
> parts I need, which were put in today's mail. I guess the squeaky wheel
> gets the grease; but by the time the grease gets on it, the bearings are
> long gone!
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