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Originally Posted by hellr4isEr View Post

this IS completely unrelated BUT.. do a lot of people RMA jus for the sake of RMA to get a "new" feel? NOT NOT NOT saying thats what you do but a lot of companies don't seem to question RMA as long as it's under warranty?
I only ask because sometimes i feel like something isn't operating as well as i'd like (even though it's working just fine) and im inclined to RMA but it's technically not broken and satisfies performance claimed by manufacturer..

They always ask you to tell them in detail what's wrong with it. If they feel it warrants an RMA based off of their RMA guidelines, they'll approve it.