I want to thank you all for the help you all have given me since I have joined. It is well worth the money I have spent.
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Posted 13 April 2013 - 07:25 PM
Well all help each other here and it's been our pleasure and honor to help you!
You are too modest. This is a great site and like Appliance Doctor stated, it is well worth the money. It's MORE than well worth the money. You also have (as I'm FINALLY learning) more than the average number of features to your site and that takes a lot of hard work. Accept your kudo's.
Edited by DeathStalker, 13 April 2013 - 07:25 PM.
Posted 14 April 2013 - 03:22 AM
What a great recruiting thread but it's missing a tag line... how 'bout "We do more on this site by 5 am then... " Nope, that one is already taken.
" At appliantology.org, you can have it your wa...."...naaaw.. already used as well.
"The Samurai makes appliances Fun(damental)" not bad..I like it but.maybe too close to an existing one.
Okay how bout.."Appliantology, great site, great folks, Learn a ton having fun."
Posted 14 April 2013 - 09:08 PM
All I did was make this space where techs can gather and help each other out. Lots of really sharp techs here. Truth is, I get as much help as anyone here.
Posted 15 April 2013 - 12:46 AM
I think that the Samurai's point is that...
He's like a Gene Kranz at Mission Control...
Surrounded by specialists/experts (in their respective fields of discipline)...
It's a Team Effort---that makes this site so unique
I've often thought of posting a thread of thanks/praise to all of those on this forum for sharing their expertise/knowledge---of the brands & types of appliances that I have little to no experience with.
So I'll say it now...
Thank You---all of you !
Edited by john63, 15 April 2013 - 01:05 AM.
Posted 15 April 2013 - 06:13 AM
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Posted 15 April 2013 - 05:29 PM
But the apollo 13 was built using logic and good ol American know how. The Samsung was built buy well....anyhow you are trying to cheat. Krantz must use the engineers that constructed and designed the device .
So then he'll give the team some available items such as tape etc for them to design a plan to fix the problem. Just like for the apollo 13 rescue, but this is the contingency plan he received back:
Then he'd utter that famous line repeated by many a Samsung repairmen "Failure is an option."
Posted 15 April 2013 - 07:29 PM
So then he'd ask the Samurai to help him get something useful out of the Samsung engineers, since Samurai understands appliances. Samurai then asks the engineers to come up with a plan and forget about the tape and WD 40. Just a plan on how to troubleshoot the fridge. So the engineers, working overtime, submit their modified plan :
Frustrated, the Samurai, takes Krantz to the side and said "look buddy, we got to bring in some real specialists. These so called engineers just aint cutting it. So he submits the issue to an odd collective of techs, neo-techs, geeks and some guy named Bob and lo and behold, Appliantology.org comes up with the correct answer. Krant's butt and reputation is saved and thanks to the great collective of techs, neo-techs, geeks and some guy named Bob, Krants emerges and proclaims..."I knew with the help of Appliantology.org, failure is not an option." The End
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