[rescue] Fixed LCD's?

Toby Thain toby at telegraphics.com.au
Fri Feb 21 07:30:42 CST 2014

On 21/02/14 8:23 AM, hike wrote:
> Ibm not whining.  The list is helpful to me and I have been a subscriber
> for over a decade.  Only those who offered specific information were
> helpful in answering my question.  I was surprised that some people like to
> to condemn the b
throwing awayb
 of older equipment when they couldnbt
> offer
> suggestions on how to actually fix the older and failed equipment.  This is

I gave many suggestions on how to do that.

> a weakness that I have never seen before on the list.
> As to badcaps, you and I totally agreebnot a novice site but a good/very
> good reference site.  The only issue was that I asked where to get
> b
.  Training is actual experience doing a task, not reading a

I've been fixing them and I am not _trained_.

So ... really ... why don't you just get started?


> reference website.  A site like that works in some profession (sysadmin
> sites, for example) but not on R&R caps for someone who hasnbt ever
> soldered.
> On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 10:27 PM, Toby Thain <toby at telegraphics.com.au>wrote:
>> On 19/02/14 2:07 PM, hike wrote:
>>> b badcaps.net" is not a training site for my and others learning style.
>> When I started out, I didn't even use that site.
>> What that site IS, is tremendous added value and resources to this task.
>> So you're better off with it than without it; the people on there are
>> tremendously knowledgeable and helpful.
>> Anyway - you're making this out to be much harder than it is. Just get
>> started, or stop whining.
>> --Toby
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