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I just bought the P&S version of H.Potter on accident..

Discussion in 'The Movies' started by John Corn, Jun 6, 2002.

  1. John Corn

    John Corn Hall Of Fame

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    I took the plastic wrap off and took a look at the DVD. Can I return it for Widescreen. I bought it a Best Buy...
    Anyone know there return policy on DVD's?
    Damn...:(
     
  2. Chris Blount

    Chris Blount Creator of DBSTalk Staff Member Administrator DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Their policy is no returns once it's unwrapped but if it's defective, you can exchange it. Just tell them it's defective because you are not seeing the entire movie. :)
     
  3. EricG

    EricG Godfather

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    usually you can only return an opened DVD for the same title. Go back and get the same title, just the WS version.
     
  4. MarkA

    MarkA God Bless America! DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Agreed with Eric. Tell them it's defective because you don't get the entire movie and that you do want the same title - in widescreen. If you get any trouble, tell them you'll sue because they are only giving you half of what you paid for.
     
  5. John Corn

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    Thanks guys, It worked, using both Eric's and Chris's idea's I was able to get the WS version. :)
     
  6. Chris Blount

    Chris Blount Creator of DBSTalk Staff Member Administrator DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Glad to hear everything worked out. Best Buy is usually good about things like this.
     

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