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Sorry...don't know how forums work

Do you get the answers to the questions you ask me? I just want to make sure you get it.

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Only if you reply to the response that i give to your problem. Or unless you post a request specifically to me.

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Because:

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  2. They do not contain a description of the device. Many items are listed in the wrong category because the person asking the question fails to identify what it is they are talking about. Sure, you know, you've been tearing your hair out for who knows how long at trying to solve the issue, but we are totally new to the problem. Make sure you state exactly what you are having problems with, and be sure to do it in the body of the description in case the category gets fouled up. Include the manufacturer, model number (and engine size for cars), and anything else important about the device.
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  5. They don't tell us what they've done thus far in trying to fix the problem. That goes a long way to helping to determine what you still need to try.
I could go on and on about this issue, but you get the point. If you want an answer from us (a good one that is), make sure you ask a complete, concise question that contains all the details we need to answer it. Those who try but don't quite get enough will often get our attention and we will ask for more data, but the majority of them are so vague that in our opinion, if you can't take the time to ask the question, we won't waste our time trying to answer it.
One last thing, remember that this is the WWW. The questions asked come from all parts of the globe, and many of the experts do as well. Many times we experts look to the Internet to find answers to your questions as we are often more knowledgeable at ferreting out data. If you let us know what country you are from, it often assists us in locating things like user manuals and such, since manufacturers make different models for different countries and have different websites for them. Just saying.

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Why is Fixya no bloody good at answering questions when you advertise you can answer questions


Sorry. I\'m from Europe, know things about electronics and computers but I don\'t drive a Kawasaki GTR 1000. Lots of questions about electronics, camera\'s, computers phones and operating systems I try to answer. For the more than 2000 answers I gave I got lots and lots of thanks, but I never got one penny. All the people who try to answer questions, do this for free. They at least have the standard they don\'t try to sell crap or don\'t answer things they don\'t have any idea from.

If none of all the volunteers has (or has had) a Kawasaki GTR 1000 it is not likely anyone can answer this question. I do have some manuals, yes even service manuals of motor bikes, but not one from Kawasaki, so I even can\'t look up what I could answer to your question.

I think one call to a place where they sell Kawasaki cam tell you what oil you need. They perhaps even have it in stock. But not knowing any motor home close to me, I do not make such a call.



I hope you understand all the volunteers here do their best, but can\'t answer all questions. I do have to admit your questions are very clear and better to understand than lots of other questions, but we (till now) don\'t have an answer.

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Second, DO NOT write in all capitals on the internet that is yelling and it offends people

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i.e. computer won't work is not a good way to ask the question
Try my HP model 6005 boots into screen asking me to make recovery disks or I get "BOOTMGR is missing Press Ctrl Alt Del to restart" when I turn on the computer.
At minimum give the error and the select the correct make and model of the item so the person trying to answer your question has a place to start if they haven't ran into the specific problem before.

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