Originally Posted by GIPrice;13693544
Gamestop doesn't care if you open them? How can you prove you didn't just do the mod yourself?
Because I did not crack it open until I tried the HDMI and it did not work.
Originally Posted by blackbalt89;13711747
If the seals were already broken when you bought it how can they know any better? If they didn't put new seals on it they can't prove you split open the system.
The person who modded it before the OP broke the original seals. So unless Gamestop put new seals on it it's their fault for selling a open system.
The seal was broken when I bought the system. I would not open a console unless there is some thing broken on it and I opened it to find out whats wrong.(provided it was not under any warranty)
Originally Posted by The Master Chief;13711805
Why would they have microsoft seals?
I have no Idea why they would have them.
Originally Posted by Live_free;13693567
Never buy used from gamestop, actually never buy from gamestop.
I have learned my lesson. X_x
Originally Posted by X3NIA;13673647
Buying used consoles always seems like a bad idea but it proves to be correct in this particular case.
Return it and demand a new system, You'll come off as a jerk but (and this is coming from someone who has worked in electronics retail for years) you are well within reason to demand so.
Also if they give you problems fill out their little survey they tend to hi-lite on your receipt. Retail stores live and die by those surveys (Which are basically like report cards)
Fill it out and explain WHY and you might be surprised what happens.
I bought my PSP-1001 used and I have never had a problem with it. I don't think I will get a new system for having bought a used system from them.Edited by Djmatrix32 - 6/1/11 at 8:41am