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Old 07-21-2010, 09:27 PM   #31
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If they give you the same runaround as they do me, I'd wonder about the real nature of the relationship.
Maybe they are just higher on the pecking order, or they feel they are higher on the pecking order.

Depending on how important the issue is, by the time I'm done with them the company CEO knows about it and all the trade orgs. that the company belongs to also knows about it.
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The days of the friendly old Mayt*g repair guy are over. He never was real (an actor). The new stuff is 25% the quality and the actor is different. LOL. You can't expect a huge corporation to care about a Popular Science project some geek is working on. Time is money and they allot it to money making calls. Try call Micros*ft and complain about their programming and see how far you get.
Now, I have heard the Steven Jobs personally responds to e-mails.
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The days of the friendly old Mayt*g repair guy are over. He never was real (an actor). The new stuff is 25% the quality and the actor is different. LOL. You can't expect a huge corporation to care about a Popular Science project some geek is working on. Time is money and they allot it to money making calls. Try call Micros*ft and complain about their programming and see how far you get.
On those old Maytag commercials.

They should have shown how whizzed off the customer was. When they saw the bill. For the non warranty covered service call.

Yes Misses Jones. Its 69 dollars to come out and tell you. You forgot to turn it on.
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My generic Sears stuff seems to be beating my neighbors MTag and my Aunts expensive Bosc*h hands down. Just cause it costs more does not mean it has the old school quality. Too Bad.
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On those old Maytag commercials.

Hey did you hear you hear the news?

The Maytag Man is being sought for the fetal shooting of Dave Lennox and the Bryant Man.


The upper-management of Nordyne has been detained for interrogation while the Maytag Man is still at large.


A love triangle is being considered as one of the possible motives, say the local authorities..
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:LOL:

Too bad Maytag has nothing to do with Maytag central units. Other then getting their royalty checks for Nordyne using the name.
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I gave up. Me, 0, Carrier, 1.

But the Eaton/Cutler-Hammer people have been a wealth of info about their AFCIs. They even have a special link for tech. questions.
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CH, knows that a lot of their sells are to DIYers. So I would expect them to be forth coming about their breakers.
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CH, knows that a lot of their sells are to DIYers. So I would expect them to be forth coming about their breakers.
Good point.
Also, it was an AFCI inquiry. They may figure there is enough bad press about these things without them also being unhelpful to HOs.

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