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Feedback requested Can you take a look at my entry in the following thread? Did I say anything offensive or as I intended was my entry attempting to be helpful? Thanks, Dan http://www.fixya.com/ExpertsLoungeThreadView.aspx?thid=1490460

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  • ABRsvcs Jan 05, 2009

    Thanks for the feedback.

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Nah mate not at all

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I found your post on the Sony KP-61XBR48 my tv did pretty much the same thing and i dont kno what to do i heard a loud pop and it went to standby You said in your one post that this model dont contain lamps so I am so clueless if you can help me itd b much apreciated thanks much 4 your time

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Hey dan, I need a hand with this premium. I messed up I didn't read the problem fully being up all day its middle of the night here, fustrated about all the bs so I posted my own one liner.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t1654643-dt_400_sharp_turn_power_light_lamp

can you give me a hand with the above?

I didn't realize it wasn't powering on and had two red lights, power and lamp.

appriciate it.

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  • Ekse Feb 10, 2009

    let me know if you have any comments on that.

    I'm sure the guys can reset the premium to unaccepted if you would like to get involved with the premium?

    Its up to you.

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I see NOTHING wrong with your post, Dan. As a matter of fact, I had planned on echoing your statements when I got done with the morning BS here.
Jeeeez, the guy goes out of his way to state that he is "not thin-skinned", and then he takes offense to constructive criticsism. Don't sweat it. I have posted that same line of thinking to several others, "Be more concise/yes-no answers will get you low ratiungs/expound upon your solution, etc etc"...
The longer I am here, the more childish these people become.

BTW, please email me at fixya_toyota_ed@yahoo.com, when you have a chance...I have a question for you.

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  • Toyota Ed Jan 05, 2009

    You are very welcome. Anytime.

    Thanks for the FixYa.

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