Pure genius... He sounds like the guy who brought the chainsaw back to
the dealer complaining that it didn't work. Dealer fires it right up
and the guy asks, "What's that noise?"
For our next question of the day... "I turned the knob and it didn't
work. What's wrong?"
On Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 10:19:52 AM UTC-5, bob_villa wrote:
Yes, you have a point. I was thinking it was new, it might not be.
Besides the lack of info, I'd say if you buy something used either:
A - Make sure it works right before you pay
B - Have agreement that you can take it back if it doesn't
C - Know how to fix it.
If your Craftsman is new then it's under warranty. Return it.
As the others have pointed out "craftsman" makes lots of things so we
have no idea what your tool is. Start over and try to be informative.
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