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Re: L3K Engineering
Old 07-27-2017, 01:34 PM
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Going by the crummy English on the site, I would strongly suspect the company is based out of France and has only enough presence in the US to legally do business.

They claim to offer a 12 month warranty, I'd be demanding a return and refund on it, not a little tube of goop to smear over a leak. Talk about a "band aid" fix, and since when is it the customer's responsibility to do warranty repairs?

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Re: L3K Engineering
Old 08-27-2017, 08:02 PM
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Well that tube of silicone didn't last a month before the gas broke it down.. I really like the tank and would love to see it work.. they are sending a new tank out and I'm returning this one.. but have my doubts it will last more that 3 months. Let's see what happens
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