[rescue] rescue Digest, Vol 135, Issue 8
toby at telegraphics.com.au
Wed Feb 12 22:18:26 CST 2014
On 12/02/14 11:13 PM, hike wrote:
> The cost of repair for a small business is more than the cost of a new LCD
That's completely dysfunctional and we should work to change it.
> Plus, the newer ones are better performing. A small business can
> expense these and reduce their tax burden.
> It is helpful to those who canbt afford LCD monitors and other PC
> to receive them (gift/barter/etc.). When I used PCs, I would always hand
> my old ones down to friends and family.
> If you get a lot of the same model, you might have a friend who could learn
> how to make these repairs.
The failure mode is the same, in 95% of cases, regardless of model.
One of the reasons I post about this is in the hope that others might
> Anyway, it is good of you to help others.
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 9:49 PM, Toby Thain <toby at telegraphics.com.au>wrote:
>> On 12/02/14 1:01 PM, Fred wrote:
>>> From: IN%"rescue at sunhelp.org" 12-FEB-2014 13:00:31.35
>>>> To: IN%"rescue at sunhelp.org"
>>>> Subj: rescue Digest, Vol 135, Issue 8
>>> From: Toby Thain <toby at telegraphics.com.au>
>>>> To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>>>> Subject: Re: [rescue] Caps on LCD monitors
>>> There have been occasional publicised quality incidents, but basically
>>>> ALL such power boards have a limited lifespan. There will be a constant
>>>> stream of LCDs in dumpsters forever.
>>> That's fine by me! More for me to fix and keep, donate, give to
>>> neighbors for
>>> a home cooked meal, etc. My problem is having the time to fix and space
>>> to keep once fixed. :)
>>> ... however I am only on person, and it's a shame that perfectly good
>>> (sans bad caps) are being thrown out
>> It's outrageous.
>>> rescue list - http://www.sunhelp.org/mailman/listinfo/rescue
>> rescue list - http://www.sunhelp.org/mailman/listinfo/rescue
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