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Can this site actually read a question ? I asked about furnace repair and got car repair and a guy telling me a bafold does not exist not work my time to even use this site again

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I don't think the site 'reads' anything (except Captcha).
Try entering make, model number, to see if there is one of us 'experts' looking for something to do.

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This website should be shut down for misrepresentation.
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