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  1. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Free Tech Membership at Appliantology

    I’m going to explain how you can get a free tech membership here at Appliantology, the premiere online tech support community. Hot on the heels of two, free tech memberships here at Appliantology that we announced recently-- the Master Samurai Tech Alumni and Senior Appliantology Fellow programs-- today we're rolling out yet another free tech membership program! This membership gives verified techs free access to most of the tech-only forums and downloading privileges from the Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper with over 4,300 service manuals and tech sheets (and growing!). "Sounds too good to be true. What's the catch?" you ask, warily. No catch but there are a few limitations. It's easiest to explain this by comparing and contrasting the two tiers of tech memberships here at Appliantology. There are two tiers of tech membership at Appliantology: Limited and Premium. Limited tech members are in the member group Legacy Tech. They have access to the tech-only forums with the exception of the technical training webinar recordings (although they are invited to attend the live webinars). Legacy Techs can download service manuals from the Appliance Repair Pot Luck Supper but they can't post service manual request in the Appliance Service Manual Requests forum and the download speed is limited. Also, Legacy Techs can download only one manual at a time but there is no limit to the number of consecutive downloads. Legacy Techs also have limited access to the private message system. Other than these differences, they are full tech members here at Appliantology. Premium tech members are in the member groups: Professional Appliantologist, Senior Appliantology Fellow, and Master Samurai Tech Alumni. These groups all have the same access and privileges: unthrottled and unlimited simultaneous downloads, requesting manuals and tech sheets not already in the Downloads section, full access to all tech-only forums including webinar recordings, unlimited access to the private message system and some other goodies. "Okay, but why are you giving this away? What's in it for you?" My, my-- suspicious much? Call it a dietary vitamin C deficiency compounded by long, sunlight-starved winters in New Hampshire. Call it early onset Alzheimers. Call it coo-coo for Cocoa Puffs. But I hope you're not so coo-coo that you don't recognize a good deal when it's slapping you upside the head! My thought in doing this is that it gives professional appliance repair techs a better look at what Appliantology has to offer, and I hope that you'll like what you see enough to stick around and either pay for a Professional Appliantologist membership or earn an Appliantology Fellowship by participating. Plain as that. "Okay, how do I hop on this gravy train?" I thought you'd never ask! First, register for a free Grasshopper (non-tech) account. Then send in the form below to request a free upgrade to a Legacy Tech account. <a data-cke-saved-href="https://mastersamuraitech.wufoo.com/forms/qyisdb70vd2d3e/" href="https://mastersamuraitech.wufoo.com/forms/qyisdb70vd2d3e/"> Fill out my Wufoo form! </a>
  2. Hello. Found one similar but seeing it there is one more specific to this model. Thanks.
  3. Hello Appliantology: My name is Donna. When my last fridge died I saved up and ordered this Frigidaire brand new for $2500. I used it for exactly six years in a household of one and it stopped cooling in 2012. A repair guy told me it needed antifreeze and possibly a motor. I kept it because I wanted to be able to fix it eventually but the time has come to let it go. I want to sell it to a repair guy such as yourselves because I know you can rehab it, make it perfect again and sell it in your shop for top dollar. It still sits in my kitchen in it's place of honor. The reason I am selling a unit I want to keep is to save my free-and-clear home from tax sale THIS MONTH. I only have a very short time to raise the money I need NOT to lose everything that matters. This is my family home. Built by my father who was a working man, jack of all trades such as yourselves. Daddy was a WWII Army vet and he always said this would be his last home and unfortunately it was. Everywhere I look on this property I see his handiwork and his love. I don't think I would survive if I lost it. It is everything to me and all I have left in this life. So I am asking $1500 which will go directly to save my home this month. I am located in Riverside, CA. Please help me save my home. You'll never regret doing this much good as long as you live. I have pictures but cannot upload them. Sincerely, Donna B.
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