TEXAS -- We got a TV from our Daughter for Christmas. The TV stopped working. The TV was only 1 month old. We mailed the TV back like they ask us to. Now they say the TV cannot be fixed and they are on back order. ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 02/10/2012
Hi. My Nanna has a Westinghouse fridge, which she loves, that's about 6 years old. It's never given her any problems & it's just the right size for a widowed pensioner who occasionally has family/friends visit.
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Last time we were there I was sitting at the kitchen table at 3am (breastfeeding the baby) when I noticed that there was light shining out of the fridge...strange!
It turns out that the seal was in need of replacement (which my husband organized for her next business day) but this also made me realize that, even though the door was shut, the interior light was still on! It's doubtful that it's adding anything significant to her electricity bill but it's something to keep in mind I guess...also, to the little guy who is supposed to turn it on & off, dude, do your job!
Customer Disservice On Refurb
I ordered a refurb Westinghouse 19” TV from eCost in February. When it showed up it had a problem. The TV would turn off by itself every minute or so. I called eCost and their policy is to have the ... read full review
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA -- I purchased a Westinghouse DVD Combo TV on 9/7/07, and the DVD has been broken since July. However, I just found my papers on 9/24 and realized it was under a 1 year warrants for part & labor but too late as warranty has expired. I purchased this TV to make it easy for my grandson to watch TV and now there is no way to get it repaired.
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I contacted Westinghouse and they can't fix it, they sent me to Handy TV and they won't fix it, Best Buy can't fix it. Therefore, I spent $600 for a TV that is worthless now and nobody give a rift.
HILLIARD, OHIO -- I purchased a set of lights in October 2010 for a Christmas gift in 2010. My husband installed them in July. The lights worked for almost two months. They stopped working for two nights the worked for one night then stopped working all together. My husband checked to make sure the lights were getting electric. The line worked fine. I tried to send a letter to Westinghouse via computer. The first thing I got before I could send the letter was a message asking me for my Visa number. They wanted to make sure I really wanted to be a trust worthy customer. I do not think I should have to give a Visa number to let them know I am a trust worthy customer. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/23/2011Add reply
Promised guarantee fulfilled
TROY, MICHIGAN --
Last December I purchased a Westinghouse 35W Halogen bulb for my computer lamp. The blister pack card to which it was attached states: ‘If this Westinghouse light bulb does not perform to the specifications ... read full review17 Replies - Latest reply on 07/15/2009
CALIFORNIA -- Purchased a TV from a "bidding".com company. Received TV and it wasn't working, sent back to be repaired. Took over 2 1/2 months approx 10 phone calls, and finally had to stop payment on my credit card to get a response. I then received a replacement TV. that was worth 100.00 less than the one I bid on..
This company is one to truly stay away from unless you have lots of Advil on hand..