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any one can advise???

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by wong_yhan, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. wong_yhan

    wong_yhan Regular Member

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    pls take a look on my racket, the hole at 11" o clock got crak. this is the 2nd hand racket don't think able to claim warranty.. or can i still play by replace the rubber ring??

    pls advise.. thanks.
     

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    grommet

    that is called a grommet, just buy new grommet guard.​
     
  3. wong_yhan

    wong_yhan Regular Member

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    so, that mean i replace the gromment will do?? can play normally
     
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    its look more likely sinking frame, the frame already damage. replacing grommet might not fully void future damage.
     
  5. wong_yhan

    wong_yhan Regular Member

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    Thats means don,t smash better la...
     
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    a|extan Regular Member

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    what racket is this?

    u wan check with yr stringer? maybe they can advise..
    changing grommet is the cheapest.. n fasters..way.... but
    if its really bad...
    .... see how u play...liao..
     
  7. wong_yhan

    wong_yhan Regular Member

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    Apacs tt300.. its a manufacturing issue rt? I strung at 27lbs only, max tension for thid racket is 35lbs. Too bad lo.... i buy second hand from forum which unable to claim.
     
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    Any racquet manufacturer can simply put a random number on the racquet (especially a high value) to entice people especially those who think that a higher warranty value means a stronger frame (that can survive clashes, yeah! LOL). This is what you call advertising.

    Now you have the real fact of the string cutting through the weak graphite to show you how untrue the "max 35lbs" advertising claim is.
     

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