Arizona Woman’s Poolside Bliss Dampened by Leaky Solar Panels – Hoodline

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In the sun-drenched expanses of Arizona, where backyard pools glimmer like jewels against the desert backdrop, a local woman found herself grappling with an unexpected chill, the solar panels meant to heat her aquatic oasis sprung a leak, a predicament highlighted by ABC15. Bonnie, an Arizona resident, initially praised the decade-old solar panels that allowed her to swim comfortably throughout the seasons but was soon left to contend with their failure, just six weeks following a replacement installation; she faced leakage.

The local company that handled the installation was first responsive, replacing the defective panel, yet within another six weeks, a second panel succumbed to leakage, souring Bonnie’s initial contentment. “It was over 6,000,” Bonnie lamented to ABC15, emphasizing the cost and her dismay over the newly installed panels’ rapid decline, her frustrations mounting as neither the warranty company nor the overseas manufacturer responded to her pleas for support.

However, as luck would have it, the consumer team at ABC15, led by problem solver Gabby, took up Bonnie’s cause after being contacted by the distressed homeowner – the local installers, even though the defect might have stemmed from manufacturing errors, were ultimately reached and persuaded to step up to the plate.

Thanks to the intervention, the Valley company agreed to install new panels for Bonnie, a resolution that brought warmth back to her poolside leisure and also illumination to an often shady corner of consumer support, “People don’t have anywhere to go and you guys really help,” a relieved Bonnie told Yahoo News.

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