I should have been a little more clear. They only have stores in Canada,
but they do do mail order to the US, and from what I've read it's quite
quick. I've never dealt with their mail order dept, since I live less
than 20 minutes away from their flagship store in Ottawa (neener neener ;) )
Yeah, Rob needs to move south to some place where there isn't so much snow,
where people start freezing to death left and right when the temperature
gets to 0 F.
When you branch out into America and open a store in or near Christiansburg,
VA Rob, just let me know. I'll go take whatever classes I need to qualify
to earn $15 an hour in whatever capacity there and you'll have an employee
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < email@example.com>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
I think your best bet is opening a store in the Paramus NJ area, somewhere
between the BORG and IKEA. It is straight down the NY Thruway and Route
17. Couldn't be easier to reach from your neck of the woods.
I need a better place to spend my money!
I managed to do exactly the same thing. I think I should have put a
bit of oil inside the roller early, perhaps LV uses graphite and it
doesn't quite make it.
LV sent me a new roller, and it was easy to install. I removed the
snap ring, but I don't think I needed too. Just get your allen wrench
and loosen the brass knob on the shaft, then it will come off. then
you can loosen the other set screw on the spacer and the shaft will
come off allowing the roller to be replaced. Took about 8 minutes.
So I remember the instructions stating to wash the roller off with
water and then oil it when done. My question is what kind of oil
should I use?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Alan W) wrote in message
I think Rob is using pheremones on us! MY catalog smells
like linseed oil. Ambrosia!! I thought pheremones were
s'posed to be more subtle.
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