A new $2,700 stove arrived broken. It wouldn't shut off from full blast without using the basement breaker. A second one arrived with the same issue. Clearly a recall issue. The new matching fridge also started making loud noises after 3 days. I took long videos of the stove that would only turning off via the breaker. Then they sent a third party repair man who also put in writing that it was broken on arrival. Corbeil still wanted to charge us a %20 "re-shevling" fee. %20 of the MSRP, by the way, and not the sale price we paid. They charged us $1668.22 to return a new completely unsafe and broken range. I gave the technicians documents and my video footage to Justine and Sean, both managers. They said it arrived in good condition! I sued Corbeil in small claims and won back every penny. It's all on public record, claim no.