My hardly 4 year old Sears riding mower made a small pop sound upon starting and would not turn over. Needing to get my yard mowed I called the Sears Home Repair people to get it running again. After waiting three weeks because you have to take a day off work for them to come at their leisure to fix it, the repair man told me it was the battery.
He went to the store to get a battery, replaced it and charged me $233 to replace a $40 battery. Kicking myself in the butt for paying so much for just a battery change I started mowing the yard only to have the motor blow up 10 minutes into mowing.
I immedeatly called the repair man and he stated that he could not come back to look at it that I would have to schedule another appointment. They won't give a time to come to my house so I have to take another day off work and sit and wait for them to come look at it a week from now. In the mean time I have to pay someone to mow my yard.
Product or Service Mentioned: Sears Repair.