Thanks for the reply. I guess I don’t yet know how they might feel about my tinkering with “their” device. Yes I know I paid my money and the devices are mine now but you know what I mean. I wonder if they would prefer to absolve themselves of liability if say I adjusted the volume to an ear-damaging level and the insurance provider tries to go back to them and blame them. Stupider blaming has succeeded in courts. McDonalds coffee.
So how does one gingerly tentatively go about wondering with their audi about how they might feel about self-adjusting without them getting into a complete snit? Would they simply say we won’t do anything else for you if you do that? Would they require a fee for returning the device to their original settings? Would they say they are no longer interested in helping me and kind of blacklist me? All of the above?
Should I just wait until they have done all they can and then go on to doing things myself? I’m technically inclined and like to tinker so self-adjusting is attractive. If I get a sense that they’re losing patience with me wanting things adjusted just so…then maybe then…I don’t know what’s best. Like many people, I’m an hour and a half from the store. So getting adjustments is a little bit of a time investment.
These things I wonder.