We have 3 B&G Triton T41 displays that have had a problem since new. They randomly go blank when the lighting
on them is set at level 2 in night mode. Only that level and only in night mode.
So I returned all 3 of them for replacement (B&G doesn't repair these things anymore).
B&G sent me 4 replacements
I returned the one extra they sent me, and they immediatly sent me 4 more units.
So I am now sitting here with 7 Tritons, of which I have only paid for 3.
I am afraid of returning the extra 4 because they will probably then send me 12 in exchange. I can see where this geometrical progression will quickly result in our boat sinking under the shear weight of B&G Triton displays.
Unlike Dockhead, we keep our electronics
in check enough that our waterline is not above our portholes.
So I have two questions for the international part of this forum:
, a Dutch company, bought out B&G, an English
company. Maybe my problem is language, so does anyone know which native language I should shoot for?
2. Being US educated, my math only went as far as 1 (big ass anchor), 6 (pack), 9 (mm) and 17 (bullets in a Glock clip). Nothing in between and nothing further. Some say that we have 0 (common sense), but we don't recognize that number. So maybe it is a math problem - can someone explain the British and Dutch math systems as related to this case?
Thanks for your help