first off, i know alot of people will just come to troll. but if you mind not doing so would be helpful....
I bought a ps3 off ebay, that was being listed as faulty, but here's the issue bit.
I clearly messaged the seller and he said replacing the hard drive will fix it, and there was no other issue listed with it.
Took a while to get it, about 2 weeks but finally got it recently. Replaced the hard drive today, turns on, i'm thinking all is well.
I try to test a game, none of them are reading (the drive doesn't even sound like it's running)..... look online to find it's a common issue with ps3's...
So I contacted the seller and he tells me now, that the hard drive problem was 'advice' from a person who fixes ps3's and that's what he was selling it on, and did not know it doesn't read discs.
I accept the item was listed as faulty, and I went ahead to buy it, but the problem is the real fault wasn't listed, and had I known (or apparently him too) I would never have bothered! I'm out of money for the PS3, and buying a new hard drive to replace it!
So, what would you do in this situation?
Am I entirely in the wrong?
Reselling would barely get half the price as the new issue means no-one can play games, which is why I paid a bit more for his listing as I expected to be able to once I replaced the drive!