On 19 February I exchanged emails with the BBB to the effect that:
- They informed me that BZ had not replied to their original communication.
- I informed them I had sorted the amp out enough not to consider claiming for the damage.
After another period of BZ still not responding to my last email, on 1 March I received from the BBB the message opposite. Well, I guess having told them of some progress, there's only so much they will do in the face of determined avoidance by the company.
So as far as the BBB goes, case closed.
I have yet to try the amp at rehearsal / gigging volume, so for me the conclusion is not yet reached.
But wait... there's more in part 74!
In regards to your correspondence concerning Zinky Electronics, your position was communicated to the company. We regret to inform you that BBB was unsuccessful in obtaining a response from the company.
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