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Son of Samurai

[NEW FEATURE] Marking Topics as "Repaired"

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Son of Samurai

We just busted out an exciting new feature of the site today: you can now mark any tech help topic that you have started in the Appliance Repair Tech Help forum as "Repaired".

This is a great way of letting others know that you've found the solution for the problem you were working on. To mark a topic, all you have to do is click the button circled below while you're viewing the topic:

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Note that you should ONLY mark a topic as repaired if you have posted what the fix was. Otherwise, you're going to leave everyone else wondering what happened!

Once a topic is marked as repaired, it will show up clearly as such in the topic view:

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As an extra special bonus, for every repair resolution that you post in one of your topics, you earn 10 Kendo Points. So get out there, fix some stuff, and let us know how you did it!

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john63

I like it:)

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tech7

Yes, a good new feature!

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