Thank You For All Of The Help YOU Have Given Me!
Posted 25 January 2012 - 06:11 AM
This is a shout out to all of the people requesting help. Please send Almighty Master a donation. He really knows his stuff and really helps you save money!
Posted 25 January 2012 - 10:34 AM
I'm just the host here who has the occasional lucid moment. The real brilliance of Appliantology.org is the many other Brethren in the Craft (Master Appliantologists, Sublime Masters, Academy Fellows, Grand Masters and others) who contribute their pearls of wisdom to this colossus of appliance repair help for the benefit of grasshoppers, apprentices, and other Brethren. They are the best on the Web!
Posted 30 January 2012 - 10:43 AM
THANK YOU to all the contributing members and YES, as soon as "dead season" removes itself from my life and I can get some service calls, I will be sending in beer $$$
Posted 12 May 2013 - 12:32 PM
I so agree, as an older lady, this site has helped keep me from being the target of dishonest repair people. Taught me how to maintain my appliances and do simple repairs. Only wish had known about the site before buying appliances. But now buy nothing until coming to this site for research and advice, and before having a repair person come out, so am informed and prepared when they tell me something outlandish.
Posted 13 May 2013 - 04:56 AM
Thanks, Thurliss! That's what we's all about. Helping both DIYers and professional appliance techs.
I really started doing all this online stuff years ago as a customer edumucation tool to go along with my service bidness. I'd get locals calling me up and wanting to pick my brain on how to do a repair rather than pay to have me come do it. Others would watch me do the repair and then say, "Hey, I coulda done that!" Maybe they could have. Or maybe they'd try and see it was a lot harder than I made it look because I am suave and professional, an' all. Anyway, I thought why not just put the info out there for folks. If they can do it themselves, great! They wouldn't make a good service customer anyway but they could become a good online DIY customer. If they tried to do it but couldn't do it, then they'd have a lot more appreciation for those of us who can. That's the customer edumucation part of it.
Thanks for being a part of this site!
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