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My name is Mike. A couple times a day I go looking around to give some pointers to our clients (you).
Look at it your question from our point of view, with potentially thousands of problems for each product, and thousands of products, at this point no one here has a clue what the problem is related to much less how to help you. We need a little more info.
More is better:
If you are serious about getting an answer, include Make, Model of the product that's misbehaving, if there is one. The type of account, where the account is at and why you can't get into it.
Describe your problem clearly, concisely and with as much detail as possible.
For future reference:
Often, a problem can be the result of a seemingly unrelated event. It is always a good idea to include a recent history.
Additional information such as what steps have already been taken, has the product ever worked, is it new, etc. can have a bearing on providing the best solution for your particular circumstances.
Remember, you are a key participant in this process. We are not there, you are. We depend on you to be our eyes and ears. We can only respond to what you provide us. Without you, all our talent is worthless. How's that for an ego build?
What you get out of the experience depends on what you put in to it. So help us help you.
It would be also be advantageous in your case to repost your problem so that it is correctly categorized and starts over at the top of the queue. This way it can be directed to someone with expertise in the area you need. They may have the manual memorized. Who knows?
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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