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Old Sep 03, 2012, 08:54 PM
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Update:
They have issued an RMA for a return. They've offered to give a refund or exchange now if I return the battery. But they no longer have the battery I ordered in stock.

They have also offered to refund postage for sending it back, if I include a copy of my receipt for postage with the returned battery.

So I would say that's all reasonable, and I'm glad we got to that eventually. The only problem is, I don't think I can legally send a defective Lipo battery through the mail. I've looked into this to try to be sure. It is legal for me to send this battery back if it is not defective, since it just fits in the maximum size for shipping lipos via ground through the mail. But all carriers are off limits for defective lipos.

So basically, all of this is pretty academic. But I did want to update this thread with their responses
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