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It is called 'Competitive Pricing'.
If they had to separately burn-test every single fan, they would end up costing probably twice than they do, rest assured wink.gif
Business moves aren't always good, but they generally are. And these ones are, despite someone getting a dead fan every million of fans shipped.
But wait, you pad $10 FOR A YATE LOON?! This fans are usually on sale around the States well under $5!!!

Right, no one expects them to test each and every fan. Rather, the problem is that they are selling garbage. Now it might not be that everything they ship is garbage, but they sent garbage. They took your money on the idea that they'll sell you a fan that operates like a fan's designed. Unfortunately, they took the money saying we'll send you this fan that works, and then sent garbage.

When you turn around and complain about the garbage, their initial reaction is caveat emptor. Which only makes economic sense if there is an inspection of the product prior to purchase. (Otherwise, no reasonable person would ever purchase from that company.)

If someone takes money for goods and sends garbage, then there is a huge problem. If the rectify the problem, then everyone's happy. If they stand by their garbage, then that's what the company should exclusively keep.
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It is called 'Competitive Pricing'.
If they had to separately burn-test every single fan, they would end up costing probably twice than they do, rest assured wink.gif
Business moves aren't always good, but they generally are. And these ones are, despite someone getting a dead fan every million of fans shipped.
But wait, you pad $10 FOR A YATE LOON?! This fans are usually on sale around the States well under $5!!!

WOW, you need to learn to read. Go back and you will see how much I paid for the fan, I will not restate it to you.

No one is saying they have to burn test every single fan either, another lapse in your reading and understanding abilities no doubt.

I understand perfectly well what competitive pricing is, and most 20$ fans you buy probably cost the same to manufacture and probably have the same or similar failure rate. It's called being accountable to your customers. If someone gets a DOA fan it's the responsibility of the manufacturer to remedy the situation. Many countries have laws surrounding this.
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