Home repair (and everything else) rules:

Rule 1, save the old parts.
Rule 2, don't trust any repair for a week.
Rule 3, the cheapest repair is not always the best value.
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you could have made that three posts, to get your count up.
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On 12/1/2014 8:56 PM, Pico Rico wrote:

Don't need to, when I have you.
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On Monday, December 1, 2014 8:38:17 PM UTC-5, Stormin Mormon wrote:

2 and 3 aren't bad.
But 1? Your garage or shed will fill up with old useless parts. You won't throw them away when you buy a new brand of equipment. When something bre aks, you'll remember you had the part in the shed. It will take you 4 time s as long to find it as it would to go get a new one. When you put it in, it won't work, because - surprise - they were broken which is why you took them out.
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On 12/1/2014 11:24 PM, TimR wrote:

maybe for a few days after that. .

you buy a new brand of equipment. When something breaks, you'll remember you had the part in the shed. It will take you 4 times as long to find it as it would to go get a new one. When you put it in, it won't work, because - surprise - they were broken which is why you took them out.

Valid points. Ought have wrote ^ see above.
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