Craftsman Does Not Back Up Warranty on Lawn Tractors
WARREN, OHIO -- I bought a Craftsman Lawn Tractor for $1600 from Sears in October 2012. In September 2013, less than a year later (and the tractor sat in a garage for the winter) it quit shifting. The repairman from Sear's came out because I had a 2 year warranty. He said there is a hole in the transaxle and Sears does not cover that under the warranty. He wants $717 to fix it.
Thanks Sears and Craftsman for not honoring your warranty which is the reason I decided to purchase from you.
Never again, BUYER BEWARE! The warranty from Craftsman is not what they promise and they plain and simple do not care about the customer after the purchase is made!