We leased solar panels $25,000 down back in 2012 my 80 year old father leased them for 20 years since then they have come out once to service them and they said we need to have WiFi for them to work. Well we haven't had WiFi in 5 years and they haven't come out once to check. We didn't get our tax deduction either. And all solar panel company's are upgrading to a different system instead of WiFi. I have been paying 500$ a month for my electric bill to be well over 400$ a month and not had a price break since they were installed . So basically i nee a lawyer for there breack of contract so they Don't foreclose on my House
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