Question about Televison & Video
YES I DID FIX MY TV MYSELF. IT WAS JUST WORKING WITH THE REMOTE CONTROL. THE MAN I TALKED WITH YESTERDAY WAS TRYING TO SAY IT WAS IN THE CONNTECTION AND I KNEW IT WASN'T. SO PLEASE DO NOT CHARGE ME THE 14.99 CHARGE FOR HIS HELP, HE REALLY DIDN'T HELP ME FIX IT. THANK YOU RITA BYERLEY firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
If you are referring to
remote trainers' collar then please know that all remote trainers have the same
basic 3 components: Remote transmitter, Collar receiver and collar probes.
The transmitter sends a radio signal to the collar receiver. Then, the collar delivers the stimulation to the dog through the stainless steel collar probes. The probes are located on the dog's neck and must have direct contact with the dog's skin in order to properly function.
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