ID be ****ing livid...........
That's the digital input.by the looks of the inside of the antenna hole, o whatever the hell that is....
It was insured up to $700. I got out the old tiny screwdriver set and some needlenose to see what I could do, if anything. The digital input still seems intact- it actually has little foam pads on all 4 sides- almost like Clarion knew some UPS guy who mans the douche booth at the annual bag convention was going to do just this.**** man, was it insured?
Otherwise you will only get $100 and I believe the sender has to file the claim.
I find that odd as well. I made the switch over to FedEx about 2 years ago and couldn't be happier. They tend to be significantly cheaper and I've never once had a problem with them (knocks on wood).That absolutely blows man, im sorry to see it. It is rather odd that fedex is normally cheaper than ups but the packages normally arrive in far better condition
If there isn't any permanent damage just do that since the claim process is HELL.I'm definitely not in a good mood.
I'm wondering if I should try to bend it back? It pushed in whatever input is right there a little, and bent the chassis a little. I'm not so much worried about bending it back as I am about the potential damage caused internally by the impact. If the deck is fully functional, I'm half-tempted to just bend it back and be done with it instead of going through some month-long claims process. But I don't know if something got jarred loose inside the unit.