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My MP99 has broken

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Snowmen, Aug 2, 2003.

  1. Snowmen

    Snowmen Regular Member

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    At first, Hi all. I am new to this forum.

    So, as the subject mentioned. My MP 99 has broken.
    I bought it for only 2 months. I strung it with BG-65Ti and 22 lbs.
    Yesterday, I lend to my friend to use it...
    Unluckily, he tried to return a smash. but he missed, so he hit the shuttle cock with the frame at the 4 o'clock position. Then that part has broken...

    And it means, my heart has also broke too...:(

    Therefore, I will try to take it back to the shop where i bought it, and see if I can get a replacement.
    Coz I see some threads here saying Yonex racket comes with warranty...

    I will try post the photo of the racket later...

    Can anyone tell me, what is the chance that Yonex will replace one for me?
    Thankyou in advance!!
     
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    ttktom Regular Member

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    i see ur point i bought a MP 100 Today mines got warranty i think so i hope not to break it.
     
  3. Snowmen

    Snowmen Regular Member

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    O...there is not many ppl like to reply...

    btw, here is the photo of the racket.
     
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    Snowmen Regular Member

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    Oops...seems i have problem attaching file~

    I have browsed the file to the "attach file" section.

    but then when i submit...only the msg is posted...
    can anyone tell me how pls?

    THANKS
     
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    i think there is a size limit on the jpeg attachement, i forgot, 50k??
     
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    Can't remember the exactly size limit for the pic, but I think it could not be more than 640*480.
     
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    I just bought a MP 99 (3u) about 2 weeks ago and everytime i bring it out I just get scarred of using it.

    All that hard work and......well money down the drain...
     
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    Ok...i have reduced the file size~
    lets try again~ ^^
     
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    Oops...ok again...now the file size is 46Kb
     
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    :(

    why I still cant post the image file??????

    :confused:
     
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    odjn

    yeah~ the racket seems fragile~ hahaha
    but actually...if we don't hit the frame. i think that would be no problem~ :D

    Btw, mine is 3U version too.
     
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    Hi Snowmen,

    I bought a MP90 in Japan early this year and broke it at the 4 and 7 o'clock position and Yonex japan was able to replace it. i just emailed them the pic and the receipt from the store and they even sent the new racket to me by DHL.
    I then return the broken racket to them when i went to Japan 2 mos ago.

    My friend broke her MP100 which she bought from Hk and she was also able to replace it. As long as you have the official receipt, I think Yonex will replace it.

    Hope this helps. :)
     
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    Hi Baddie

    Thanks for ur reply.
    Then certainly makes me feel more confident~ haha

    Today I dropped the racket to the pro shop where i bought the racket...
    so the manager is going to send it back to Yonex and see if they will replace one for me.

    So, lets hope the Yonex in New Zealand is just as same as in Japan~ :D
     
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    image file
     

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