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Martaine2005

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LoL...that's a good one...:eek:
Mr Harold, loads of members have given you advice. It is up to you to accept it or choose not to.
We all started clearly stating that it’s impossible to answer your question.
You couldn’t accept that as an answer. You carried on asking giving different scenarios. That didn’t work either.
I can only apologise on behalf of every forum member for not giving you the correct information.
The spark plug, the faucet, the ‘plumbing’, the DIY, have absolutely nothing to do with electronics. There is no comparison except we use a spanner sometimes. Which means…….we can use mechanics tools , plumbers tools, carpenters tools , roofers tools, tilers tools, your DIY tools!.
A screwdriver is what? A screwdriver. And so on.
I know how how to check the tyre pressure on my car and van. Am I a DIY tyre checker? No. Tyre shops, new or used have individuals in the trade.
It’s frustrating to try and type an answer for. “DIY hifi repair, amps, tv, sky box, etc etc.
Each and every one can and will have a different fault. Some have known faults which makes it easier. You pretending that a quick and easy solution for DIY electronics repair should be given on a plate to you is equally ridiculous.
I washed my cups and plates tonight with Fairy liquid. Try that on a hot day with a Rolls Royce. Horses for courses my friend.

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HAROLDYOUNG

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Mr Harold, loads of members have given you advice. It is up to you to accept it or choose not to.
We all started clearly stating that it’s impossible to answer your question.
You couldn’t accept that as an answer. You carried on asking giving different scenarios. That didn’t work either.
I can only apologise on behalf of every forum member for not giving you the correct information.
The spark plug, the faucet, the ‘plumbing’, the DIY, have absolutely nothing to do with electronics. There is no comparison except we use a spanner sometimes. Which means…….we can use mechanics tools , plumbers tools, carpenters tools , roofers tools, tilers tools, your DIY tools!.
A screwdriver is what? A screwdriver. And so on.
I know how how to check the tyre pressure on my car and van. Am I a DIY tyre checker? No. Tyre shops, new or used have individuals in the trade.
It’s frustrating to try and type an answer for. “DIY hifi repair, amps, tv, sky box, etc etc.
Each and every one can and will have a different fault. Some have known faults which makes it easier. You pretending that a quick and easy solution for DIY electronics repair should be given on a plate to you is equally ridiculous.
I washed my cups and plates tonight with Fairy liquid. Try that on a hot day with a Rolls Royce. Horses for courses my friend.

Martin
Mr Harold, loads of members have given you advice. It is up to you to accept it or choose not to.
We all started clearly stating that it’s impossible to answer your question.

You couldn’t accept that as an answer. You carried on asking giving different scenarios. That didn’t work either.

Yeah I got it by now. You are late for the party on that point of contention.
It really is easy to "answer my question" . Here is the tentative answer : "electronics is too complicated for DIY repair"
That being said, like I implied, "youtube" seems to disagree with you in any case.. There are plenty of youtube videos

that show how to be a DIY home electronics repairman, although at an elementary level on miscellaneous gear as I also said.

I know how how to check the tyre pressure on my car and van. Am I a DIY tyre checker? No

"tyre pressure" DIY tyre checker?
That is a poor comparison to the type of more intricate home plumbing I described and also
replacing brakes, alternator and things like water pumps and electrical devices on an an automobile.
The point was that "common sense" and average intelligence, with those videos do provide a
source of instruction for the DIY home repairman up to a certain level of complexity where a person
should consult a professional or dispose of and replace the broken electronics device in question.


I washed my cups and plates tonight with Fairy liquid. Try that on a hot day with a Rolls Royce. Horses for courses my friend.

I have no idea what you are talking about my friend.
Are you saying that your local Fairies provide you with the liquid or did you offer them a ride in your Rolls Royce pulled by horses because
you can't repair the engine? Do you have the correct size spanners to do that? Iced tea on a hot day is refreshing. Use paper cups and plates next time that way you can just throw them away and not worry about washing them after use and bothering your fairies about
providing you with that liquid. they have better things to do.
 
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