Completely remove it or just disable it? I knew that was B.S. fluff thye were selling me. :-) I had even told the guy literal terms "I think your full of shhiit . Any way, he pushed until I gave up. Kinda rude I thought. So completely remove?
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Yes, completely remove it. Trust me, you don't want it, and will be much better off with the AVG. You can download the AVG from filehippo.com It's free, has internet realtime security, and updates and maintains itself. You'll barely even know it's there.
The **** offs at Bestbuy are only out to make a buck, and they push everything that you don't need in your face. Yes it is a bit RUDE. Give this a try and let me know.
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HI KEN,ITS LASTED YOU VERY WELL.THE LAST TIME I OPENED
A DRYER THAT OLD THE INSIDE WAS LITERALLY FULL OF FLUFF AND FIBRES,AND SCORCH MARKS IN SEVERAL AREAS.IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE A LOW VOLTAGE SHORT
ON YOUR FUNCTION BOARD.MY ADVISE IF YOU CAN AFFORD IT GET RID,UPGRADE TO NEW.IF NOT PLEASE GET A SERVICE GUY TO OPEN IT UP FOR A LOOK.IF YOU CAN WATCH HIM EVEN BETTER BECAUSE YOU WILL SEE ALL THE FLUFF N BITS INSIDE..NOT TO WORRY YOU BUT LEFT UNCHECKED,WORSE CASE?IT BURNS YOUR HOUSE DOWN MATE,IT IS CURRENTLY A TICKING TIMEBOMB..ALL THE BEST MARK IN SWANSEA
What are some of the best lines that unscrupulous techs and companies use to get you to buy a new furnace or air conditioning system from them. I will give you a heads up on some of the best lines that I have come across.
“Your heat exchanger is cracked.” This line will scare many people and unfortunately I have seen it used on the elderly often. These are some of the most vulnerable of society and how would they know if a supposedly knowledgeable individual told them that they could die because of their heating unit.
“You’re A/C or Heat pump unit needs to be topped off with Freon because it is low.” Heat pump or A/C units do not “use” refrigerant! If they are low then there IS a leak, make them find it so they cannot come back and charge you every year for more.
“Your Freon is bad and must be changed.” Hogwash!! Freon never goes bad if it is in a system that is sealed and tight. Moisture and contamination from a burnt compressor are the enemies of Freon.
“Your Compressor is failing and not pumping right.”Most compressors will last for many years. Ten to 20 years or more is not uncommon, unless you live in a well to do neighborhood…. It is funny how the lower income guys get the low Freon line and the higher income people get the compressor line.
“Replace your air filter every thirty days” If you are a normal person with normal air filters and one or two pets, then you will be just fine changing your air filter twice a year with heating only and 4 times a year with heating and A/C. The exception may be if you are using a very expensive ultra high efficiency air filter. If you want that kind of filtration then make sure you install one of the 4 or 5 inch deep filters that can handle a ton of dirt before they plug up.
“Your Thermostat is bad and that caused the problems you are having with your unit.” Yeah right….just another way to con you into spending more money!!! Make sure that you try the unit with the new parts and see how it operates before also changing the thermostat.
And the last one…”The company that installed your system has to be the one to work on your system.” If you are having trouble with your system, then why do you want the ones that screwed it up in the first place to continue the saga??There is no person with a corner on all the knowledge in the HVAC industry. It is very easy for someone else to work on a system that they did not install. Well, if it was installed even remotely as it should have been…. I have seen some systems that have had me scratching my head wondering what on earth the guy was doing!!!No wonder it did not work!
Bottom line… do not be to quick to believe everything that comes from a service technician. Many companies pay a commission to service techs for sales made from their referrals. What is wrong with that picture?I rest my case.
It sounds like your AC Adapter Power Cord might be causing the problem. Try unplugging the power cord and running off the battery and see if you still hear the the noises. If not, buy a new power cord. The guys at: http://www.generalsystemsconsulting.com sells power cords for $35.00 and they will drop ship it to you. Their cords meet Manufacturers Original Equipment (OEM) specifications. They don't sell the one size fits all that the big box stores sell that could damage your motherboard.
From the "ThinkPad Online User's Guide" that came with my 600E: "Note: To use the input jack for an external stereo line-in device, you need to disable the microphone function with the software on your operating system. For example in Windows 98, you can disable the function by putting a check mark in the check box of Mute for MIC in the "Master Out" window. To use the jack for a manual microphone, disable the line-in function with the software."
My Opal cable broke. I went to the RCA website which has a number for Audiovox who takes care of their repairs. After trying to explain the problem to the guy who spoke semi-english his solution was to send the player to them for repairs along with the original receipt. I told him multiple times that I did not have the receipt anymore and that all I wanted was a replacement cable. He told me that they do not sell parts for the player and that my only option was to send it to them with the original receipt. Needless to say I still have a broken player and no way to get a cable. I'm going to get an I-Pod instead.