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Massimo T-Boss 410 Pricing and Repair


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My Axis 500 which is a Hisun, went from $7999 when I bought in April, to $8999 near the end of the year.  I'm a veteran, so buying it from Lowes gets me a 10% discount.  Now if I could find someone near me to work on it if I need it.  Another dealer that sells Hisuns won't work on it because I didn't buy it from them.  Luckily nothing has happened to it.  It also has a two year warranty.

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Thanks, but I did that already.  I did a lot of research on these before I bought it, and figured that if I have to pay I'm still saving something.  I have a repair service that will will on it but they won't do warranty work because they don't pay worth a crap. Hope they'll reimburse me . It'll work out.  Might not even need them.

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18 hours ago, T-boss 410 said:


Your unit's manufacturer. Go to the link. It will give you a service locations. It will also show how to register the unit for the warranty. 

lol     Massimo /HISUN Warrantee??  lol .... Massimo shows 3 shops within 200 miles of me... NONE will work on them now because Massimo does not pay them for warrenty claims.. EVER!  One  small independent shop near me will work on them but requires CASH up front because parts can take months to come in. 

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