Advice needed on handling a situation with a fellow board member

Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by lmfree, Mar 15, 2017.

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  1. 4-2-7

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    Quad Bob:rolleyes:
     
  2. sKiZo

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    Hey now ... no names!!

    (but ya ... the innernet never forgets, does it?) <G>

    I totally stole his transformer sticker idea when I rebuilt my QRX 9001 ...

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    A word of advice and just my two cents, have work done by people who own a business, licensed and insured. It would be best if they are local to you to deal in person. You have to remember we're on the internet and just shipping your stuff to someone is hardly the way to do business. Another thing is a lot of guys still doing this are getting up there in age. Things start coming up late in life with themselves and other members of the family. They can just loose interest and even get ill and pass away.
     
  4. onwardjames

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    Man, this is one depressing thread. I hope all gets worked out, and all parties are happy.

    Seven years, tho. Damn, 7 months is pushing it.
     
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    That's a nice sticker, kinda looks like a 45 label, so you only just finished it in 2015.

    I only know of QB <Grin> from when I had my QRX7500 and was building a quad system around it. Researching the internet lead me here and post of Bob's and post about Bob, it wasn't pretty at all.
     
  6. whoaru99

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    I'd think this belongs more appropriately in the Feedback forum.
     
  7. petehall347

    petehall347 the brandy coffee man

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    saying no rush is a big mistake for sure .. i am guilty of keeping things for a long time when someone says no rush .. i have 2 amps here in the no rush queue . has been a good while now .both very involved jobs mind .
    i made same mistake with my leather bomber jacket i gave a friend to repair .it must be over 10 years ago now and he still hasn't done it .
     
  8. sKiZo

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    More appropriate ... ancient history. That old saw must be 10 years old by now. About when the OP sent his equipment in for repair ... ;-}

    Or like me, just stop giving a crap ... ;-{
     
  9. ehoove

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    This should be in the Feedback Forum, but then a lot of these posts would not be allowed unless everyone has had dealings with the tech in person. I suggest the OP Starts a new thread in Feedback. Thread Closed
    Regards,
    Jim
     
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