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Unread 06-16-2010, 09:51 PM   #11
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Well, you can't say we didn't try to help A guy makes 1 post and after 9 freaking replies he still hasn't the where-with-all to reply to anybody who tried to help


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Unread 06-16-2010, 10:14 PM   #12
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scotty, i agree100% although i like to give them the benefit of the doupt.......but some people just sign up to get some info and poof you never hear from them until the next time the cart breaks.........those are the ones i just stay away from.......................nothing wrong with at least a thank you.............................
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Unread 06-16-2010, 10:46 PM   #13
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scotty, i agree100% although i like to give them the benefit of the doupt.......but some people just sign up to get some info and poof you never hear from them until the next time the cart breaks.........those are the ones i just stay away from.......................nothing wrong with at least a thank you.............................
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Unread 06-16-2010, 10:56 PM   #14
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if i were coming here just to wait for thank you,s i,d be dead in my chair.........i,m like you and some of the other regular members we are all trying to help and save people a few bucks if we can and so they just arn,t throwing parts at the cart....................my biggest pet peeve is when people jump right to should i change controller or motor cause all you guys who know anything is they are 99.9% of the time the last thing thats going to go................there are just so many other things that will give 1st but its hey i put a new controller in and same thing cart won,t run...........if they would only listen and do the testing by the # most of the time its always something else.............but it is nice when a member will get back on and take the time to say hey this worked and thanks for the time and money you guys saved me.........i guess thats asking to much......................
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Unread 06-16-2010, 11:13 PM   #15
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Sometimes it is .. I guess. although you never know we could be embarrassed by the rerason this member never got back to us ~ you just can't know. It was a weird problem. Thanks for your input on this forum TOM... without your help we would be less help for Sure
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scotty, i agree100% although i like to give them the benefit of the doupt.......but some people just sign up to get some info and poof you never hear from them until the next time the cart breaks.........those are the ones i just stay away from.......................nothing wrong with at least a thank you.............................
It's also nice to find out what did fix the situation... if any suggestion did. Many threads without responses will still be read by others searching BGW and might or will help those folks with similar problems... and they might never post in that thread at all. But down the road many of those searchers become new members of the BGW community. Your help in this thread might not be rewarded by a thank you from the individual that started it... but rest assured others who do read threads like this appreciate what you contribute.
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scotty, i agree100% although i like to give them the benefit of the doupt.......but some people just sign up to get some info and poof you never hear from them until the next time the cart breaks.........those are the ones i just stay away from.......................nothing wrong with at least a thank you.............................
I certainly respect the input many on here give but for those that stay away after a fix (other than to thank you) maybe think they don't have anything to contribute, they recognize their limited knowledge of the subject. I try to reserve my input to those carts that I am somewhat familiar which is the Marathon resistor carts and hope I don't lead someone astray!
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Unread 06-18-2010, 12:24 AM   #18
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****...i'm glad I posted a thank you before reading this post....thanks again scottyb for ur help....I am a transformer engineer that worked for Schumacher Electric on battery chargers, so maybe I can return the favor to someone
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Unread 06-18-2010, 12:42 AM   #19
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I also remember buying this cart because the guy said the charger was junk...plug it in and nothing...came to be a burnt wire at the plug-in on the cart....didn't cost anything- live/learn/pass it on.
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Unread 06-18-2010, 08:36 AM   #20
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I also remember buying this cart because the guy said the charger was junk...plug it in and nothing...came to be a burnt wire at the plug-in on the cart....didn't cost anything- live/learn/pass it on.
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