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Thread: Strung terribly wrong?! HELP!!
07-08-2006, 09:56 PM #18Originally Posted by eMaAEgs
We're always talking about shops in Canada that don't know how to string for beans, you may as well list them up so that no one suffers the same problems as you just did.
It's easy for us to look at this as a joke because your racket is still in one peice, but I wouldn't trust them just because they got lucky and didn't break your racket outright.
07-08-2006, 11:25 PM #19Originally Posted by eMaAEgs
07-08-2006, 11:43 PM #20
OK I'll post it in both english and chinese
TUEN MUN SCHOOL UNIFORM & SPORTS CO.
SHOP NO, 115-116,G/FL, NEW TOWN MANSION, TUEN LEE ST, TUEN MUN, NT
tel: 2458 9620
07-09-2006, 07:04 AM #21
I understand why they refused refound ,they also change your grommets because at origin they are quite small ,on picture they are really big,
the stringer is a DEBUTANT:he is a child (I mean a child job!)
07-09-2006, 07:14 AM #22Originally Posted by MING PARIS
07-09-2006, 04:23 PM #23Originally Posted by cooler
From the shop name, it doesn't sound like a specialist racket shop. If you had you racket strung there, just accept it is your bad luck and don't go there again. Some extra crosses is hardly going to do any damage to the racket. It might even be a blessing in disguise as the extra crosses could well prolong the string life especially for something as easy to break as BG85.
If the string patten doesn't affect the playbility of the racket and there's no concern of being laughed at by fellow players, the string should be used as is. Who knows, there could well be some advantages to this pattern. After all, many new discoveries were made by accidents.
Last edited by CoolDoo6; 07-09-2006 at 04:32 PM.
07-09-2006, 04:44 PM #24Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
Last edited by cooler; 07-09-2006 at 04:53 PM.
07-09-2006, 05:00 PM #25Originally Posted by cooler
07-09-2006, 05:12 PM #26
Dude, Cooler is a very popular stringer in his city. Yonex has designed the grommet in question for single string passage. This is the main point.
Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
07-09-2006, 05:16 PM #27Originally Posted by Pete LSD
07-09-2006, 05:18 PM #28
*Unsubscribes to this thread and many others*
I have noticed recently, many just like to debate for the sake of debating.
07-09-2006, 05:18 PM #29Originally Posted by Pete LSD
cooldoo6, there was one other incident where someone here posted a pic of a 2 strings pass through the armortec 1 string grommet but that single pass grommet did not flare out like in eMaAEgs's case. (well, from my best memory)
Last edited by cooler; 07-09-2006 at 05:22 PM.
07-09-2006, 05:30 PM #30Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
Whether they are single or double string pass grommets, those don't look like yonex factory spec grommets in eMaAEgs's case
Last edited by cooler; 07-09-2006 at 05:32 PM.
07-09-2006, 11:56 PM #31Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
I really don't know what kinda attitude is this. Do you really try to give a valueable suggetion, or just try to start another debate, and test your "one against all" skill?
The hard fact is, the string job is totally wrong. Whether it will result into seriously damage to the racket or not, not sure. However, it will certainly void the Yonex warranty, if the player ever needs to claim a lost.
When a customer pays the fee, s/he deserves a satisfied result. The shop can surely give some useful suggestions, but can NEVER just give another product/service, without the proper permission. And if such incident occurs, the shop is resonsible for any damager, and/or refund. There's no way anyone should just accept as "whatever it comes out to be". The shop is not the god, the customer is.
I wonder if anyone did some damage on ur valueable property, will you stay this calm, and encourage them with a big hug like, "good job, nice discovery..."
07-10-2006, 12:10 AM #32
Wow....I seem so noob. I notice nothing at all wrong with the gourmets. Aiya, so noob. Must learn to string....
07-10-2006, 12:23 AM #33
emaegs, it's sad to hear and see your unfortunate experience. I guess the next thing for you to do is to get your racket restring by your regular stringer. When you go to your stringer, maybe you should ask him to check the grommets to make sure they are good, otherwise have them replaced. IMHO, I don't think you should try hitting with such stringing patern. You might cause further damage to your expensive AT800.
07-10-2006, 01:43 AM #34
Man, I have just started stringing, and my MP99 at 24lbs is the most expensive racquet I have strung. I do not charge yet as I am new at it, I am doing a lot of club racquets to practice.
I wouldn't let anyone see that job except as an 'Oops' while learning! It is an effective way of displaying you incompetence, after all.
That is just stupid.
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