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My Daughter's Laptop is Sick....
#31
Andy,

You don't have a spare evening to give me a hand do you?
I just can't seem to remember where the screen plugs in.......... Undecided


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#32
Lol.
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#33
Truly amazing that Tinc man..... got screen Sat & all done Sun with no need for the hammer or even getting lost in the garage.

Thanks soooooooo much :K)
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#34
"DaisyDaring" Wrote:Truly amazing that Tinc man..... got screen Sat & all done Sun with no need for the hammer or even getting lost in the garage.

Thanks soooooooo much :K)

What kind of cowboy is this guy? Prob barely last a week I imagine.
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#35
Ha. Think that was mentioned to make me question my fine choice. Fortunately, so he feels all included in proceedings, looks like Mr KayakHugger may be in charge of transport arrangements  Tongue
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#36
It may still need a "final adjustment" or two, that of course will need the biggest hammer ;D
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#37
Daughter & laptop now happily reunited. Thanks to DooLally & Skid & especially the IT wizard that is Tinc :K)
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