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Join us as we run down this week’s top five. We also talk about our experiences returning tools over the years and offer some advice as to when you should and shouldn’t try to return a tool — and how to do so successfully. Remember: If you’ve got a question or comment you can call us at 214-296-9229. (Podcast Download)

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2 Responses to Tool Talk #55: Returning Tools

  1. ReginaPhalange says:

    *sigh* I always come across things like this looooong after they’re posted.
    Anyways, I know of a place where there’s a Home Depot across the road from a Lowes. I live in that place, actually.

    Whether it’s a good thing to have those two mega-stores so close together is a good thing, I couldn’t say, but there they are.

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