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Stop gaming the system please

You are posting some rubbish cut and paste spiel to all Tv problems.

Why?

If you do not know anything about TV, then please do cease and desist from posting rubbish.

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jul 04, 2008

    I have a good job that pays well, so I don't do it for money mate, I just enjoy it. I have seen you post the same solution that may work on one particular chassis posted to several solutions that are different makes and models. So how is that helping anybody. Do you hope by doing this to con the person into accepting your advice? Your own words confirm to me that it is your intent. You become one of the BS experts doing this. This is your intention I take it then?

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Hi Robotek

I don't tell you what you can answer to please don't tell me what i can answer. Is it because you are afraid of the competition and you know that i actually know a thing or two about televisions, or is it because you are just plain greedy? I am also just trying to make money here, just like you and i don't need somebody telling me what i can and cannot do.

If i copy and paste something, it is always related to the question and it is always relevant, so if it helps the customer solve their problem, i will continue doing so.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

  • Dustin Ellse
    Dustin Ellse Jul 04, 2008

    Hi there

    I saw a comment tonight, it said "Don't judge them before you've walked a mile in their shoes. Then, if
    you still think they're an idiot - you're a mile away, -and you've got
    their shoes!", i am not judging you, i think you are probably a nice guy, i also do it to help people and i do it for the money, so my intent is not to con anyone. If a TV is not working, it doesn't matter what make or model it is, the solution will still be similar because most TV's are manufactured the same.

    If i offended you, i am sorry because i do not want to make enemies on this site.

    Kind regards
    Dustin Ellse(BearWeb)

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