appellate jurisdiction from some decisions of JCs.
In the United States, the Rival Crock Pot is manufactured by Sunbeam Products, Inc., which now does business under the name Jarden Consumer Solutions (JCS).
If there is a malfunction with your Crock Pot within that time frame and it's not related to neglect or misuse, JCS may, at the company's option, repair or replace the appliance.
If the Crock Pot needs replaced entirely, JCS will send you either a brand new model or a refurbished product.
JCS: I was inspired mostly by the late, great print magazine OMNI, which ran from 1977 to 1995, and even enjoyed a brief online presence into the late 90s.
JCS: If by "field" you mean the content of the genre, not really, no.
JCS: I am embarrassed to admit I do not read or follow any other publications.
JCS: Well, I think there are two things going on here.
JCS: Yes, I would say I've always been a fan.
JCS: People have been predicting the death of print SF for forty years, but it hasn't happened yet.
JCS: It is possible I may decide to retire SciFiDimensions at some point in the near future.
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