Bad News on the Harman End

webbie Posted By webbie, Jul 18, 2008 at 6:59 PM

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  1. Res5cue

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    Jun 2, 2008
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    Moa: You must have had NG on your street. Its not within 3-4 streets of my house and judging by the lack of construction by Bangor Gas their not in a hurry to go house to house inside Bangor. If they came over a few streets to get to you, I'd like to know, that might be worth a looksee.
     
  2. MoeB

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    The gas line goes right by my house, on the opposite side of the street. As long as you're using it for heat, they'll come across for free. That may change because the demand has gone up considerably this spring. On one day alone, Bangor Gas received 300 phones calls from people wanting to switch over.
     
  3. mackeral

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    Jul 23, 2008
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    You hit it on the head "really Hot". I was one of the lucky ones who bailed on the dealer two weeks ago and bought an Englander instead. Right now, you could not pay me to take a harmon. Not because of the quality but because of the way Harmon fraudulantly allowed dealers to sell, sell sell. All the while knowing they could not nor would not be able to deliver. Shame on them!
     
  4. mackeral

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    Firestarter, I was in the same boat as you. I bailed from my dealer 2 weeks ago and bought an Englander. I know a hardware store who is getting seven more in today, if interested. Shame on Harmon!!!
     
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