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If the stove is too hot for you to use, and you get burned when you attempt to use it, you must insist that GE take it back and either deliver another one, or give you a full refund. If they refuse to come to a solution which is satisfactory to you, do not worry, you can file a formal Complaint with the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") . It is the Federal consumer "Watchdog", and they have the power and the authority to investigate and prosecute companies who will not stand by their product. You can file a formal Complaint with the FTC online at the link I have provided below for your convenience,
You should also file a formal Complaint with the South Carolina State Attorney General's Office by calling them at the following numbers,
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I ALREDY KNEW TO CONTACT FTC WHO SETS THESE STANDARDS AND WAS ALREADY GOING TO CALL CONSUMER AFFAIRS FOR SC
MY STOVE WAS ALL INCLUSIVE IN THE NEW HOME I JUST PURCHASED
Relist: Other. I ALREDAY KNEW ABOUT CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND THE FTC AFTERALL THEY ARE THE ONES WHO REGULATED MY STOVE DEGREES AND SAID 180 WAS ACCEPTABLE SO I DID NOT GET ANY INFO THAT I DID NOT KNOW WHY SHOULD I PAY FOR WHAT I KNOW IF I COULD HAVE TYPED MORE I WOULD HAVE STATED THIS I ALSO KNOW THE BUILDER IS NOT WILING TO HELP IAM NOT HAPPY WITH THE INFO i have not heard back from anyone
Good Afternoon, Paula,
I read your post and also read what you wrote under "Already Tried", but you had not stated that you took any of the steps I suggested.
You stated in your reply,
"...THE FTC AFTERALL THEY ARE THE ONES WHO REGULATED MY STOVE DEGREES .......... "
The FTC does not regulate the temperatures which are acceptable on stoves,
I would be glad to continue to assist you if you would be kind enough to clarify your question
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