Summary for those who have not seen:
Vendors chains supermarkets appliance affect premiums to systematically guide buyers to the most profitable products for their box.
The repairers (of these same boxes), tested on a simple failure (motor power plug disconnected), content themselves 9 times out of 10 to briefly look at the device (dishwasher), to declare it "dead" and to invoice their "performance".
Questioning product engineers who willingly propagate in-house theses, they are suddenly silent when the journalist tells them about the deliberately shortened lifespan of these devices (what is called planned obsolescence) and simply stammer. : "we do not communicate on this subject".
In against point presented a thorough independent repairer and a company that repairs flat screens by changing only the defective component of the electronic cards, and at a reasonable cost.
What does that inspire you?
Christophe later in the subject wrote:Here 2 interesting excerpts: https://www.econologie.com/fiabilite-de ... -4286.html
Full report to see here: https://www.econologie.com/le-grand-blu ... -4312.html
Read also on the subject: industrial-obsolescence-the-story-of-a-deception-t9854.html
Re-edit, deleted and Ytube Daily:
Video review here: http://envoye-special.france2.fr/les-re ... bluff.html
And another report broadcast on Arte early 2011: Ready to Throw on the history of industrial obsolescence: https://www.econologie.com/telechargeme ... rogrammee/