Toyota owner gets refund. NEIL Whiting sounds like one of those conscientious people who buys the extended warranty and fixes minor problems before they become major ones. Usually, that’s a good recipe for avoiding big, unexpected bills and big, inconvenient malfunctions. But sometimes it means you have to fight for your $100. Last year, Whiting, of Juneau, was confronted with an overhead switch that wasn’t working properly in his 2012 Toyota Camry.   “I could open the moon roof with no problem, but the close portion worked intermittently,” he said. He got it replaced on Aug. 31, with his extended warranty paying all of the $272.14 bill, save a $100 deductible. As luck would have it,…