I bought this phone 4 months ago. One day it just died. We aways let the battery get very low before charging it. One day the battery had died so we put it back on the base unit. Nothing happened. We adjusted the battery, the power cord, the base unit... EVERYTHING. So I tried to return it but it had been too long so I called the company. I got a message that the number was no longer in service so I found another number at which I was told by a recording to leave a message.
The phone was a terrible product to begin with but we always said, at least it works... NOT ANYMORE! Would not have been such a terrible experience if the customer service had been better. But no such luck.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA -- My 89 year old Dad purchased a VCR. When it arrived the owner' manual was missing. I went on to Sanyo's website but could not locate a manual. I then called and was given a number to call. I called that number and they in turn gave me yet another number. That number was disconnected. I called Sanyo back to let them know the number was not in service to which they stated they would find the correct number to call for a manual and call me back. That was Thursday the 24 of Feb. We shall see.
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I find it hard to believe that a company cannot provide consumers with replacement manuals. I would be willing to pay if I could find one.
We purchased the Sanyo 46 inch flat screen TV December of 2008 as a Christmas gift. We also purchased a surge protector as recommended to us by the service employee at Wal - Mart, here in Susanville, ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 12/27/2010
A broken TV
FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS --
We brought a 52 inch TV, we only had it one year and 5months, the power supply went out and we call the company and we told them what happen, we didn't buy extended warranty with it, so he told us ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 07/01/2013
I purchased this TV 2 1/2 years ago. From the beginning the TV would turn off at random times. About a year later I had a hard time turning the TV on. The picture would mess up then the TV would shut off. I would have to turn the TV on and off 3 or 4 times until the picture was fine and the TV didn't turn off. I had to do this every time I would turn the TV on. This lasted for months until I turned the TV off and there was no picture only sound. It has been this way ever since. I can't believe that I spent so much money on a TV that only lasted for this long. My husband called the company about the problem and was told that we would have to get a technician to look at the problem and call them back. If I had someone come and look at the TV then I wouldn't need them.6 Replies - Latest reply on 06/09/2010Add reply
I have been looking everywhere but I haven't found one yet. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 04/11/2010Add reply
I bought a sanyo microwave in November of 2009 at Best Buy. It recently starting shorting out and sparking when it cooked food. I called sanyo and complained that it was a fire hazard. They had UPS pick ... read full review14 Replies - Latest reply on 03/27/2010
I am using a microwave which my husband purchased in 1978. Have never cooked in it but use to deforst, warm, etc. Everyone looks at it and wonders how it works since it only has one large button, no push buttons. Thought this was an oddity to be that old, and still working. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/30/2009Add reply
I have only had this Sony t. v. since December 2006 and the picture tube has already gone out. I have had lots of t. v.s and they have all lasted longer than this. I feel they should do something for me. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 05/29/2009Add reply
I bought this for Christmas lens will not go back in no help at all from sanyo 5 Replies - Latest reply on 05/09/2009Add reply
Defective Model, Yet No Recall!
HALIFAX, MASSACHUSETTS -- I bought a 42" Sanyo television model DP42746 on April 14, 2007 at Walmart. I spent $1000.00. In July of this year the screen went black, but the sound was fine. I called the company and was told they ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 07/16/2013
I have just purchased this cell phone from Nextel. The way it's designed when you press in the walkie talkie button with your thumb your other fingers hit the other side of the phone where the private button is... So you try to talk & it goes into private!!!! 1 Replies - Latest reply on 07/28/2008Add reply
LUBBOCK, TEXAS -- The location for the adapter to charge the unit is located on the side of the phone near the bottom. Right where a person holds the phone.
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Also to sit it in a holder of the clamping type is not going to work.
Another problem is the only adapter available for is the clip in type which is very week design wise,and sitting out the side as it does, makes the cords weight to start pulling out. The poke in type are better but coming out of the bottom of the unit. I love the fact katana has no external antenna to pull up,as those I found to be inadequate. Also love the screen size,but find I have no control as to the font size at world poker tour texas hold 'ems game site. The 3100 series had a larger phone and I could see the opponents name and money as well as their amount of a bet. All I ask is to please consider seriously about the location of the port for charging and the type is limited to only the clip in and not the barrel shaped poke in kind of chargers.