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JUST TAKE YOUR TIME WITH IT AND BE GENTLE WITH THE HAREWARE

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • ROD GANDY Feb 12, 2009

    TAKE A BRAKE AND WALK A WAY FOR A FEW MINUTES AND GO HAVE A BUD OR COLD ICE TEA AND RELAX AND COME BACK IN A FEW MINUTES WITH A CLEAR HEAD AND RELAXED AND FIGURE OUT IS WRONG AND THEN YOU WILL WONDER WHAT WAS THE ISSUE IN THE FIRST PLACE.

  • ROD GANDY Feb 12, 2009

    SURE ALOT OF LOOKERS BUT NO ANSWERS YET.

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