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Old 10-07-2018, 04:51 PM   #61
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Youíre probably doing your customer a favour and saving him money in the long run by selling him an upgrade. If I have an expensive vehicle repair I want my mechanic - who sees and knows every part of my vehicle - to be honest and tell me when Iím better off upgrading instead of constantly fixing an old car. Same thing with a panel, IMO.
I agree with you completely.

I am going to add to it:

Even if you aren't better off with a new car, what is wrong with someone trying to sell you a new one?

The answer is: Nothing.

That is the way business works.

People replace perfectly functioning 3 year old cars with brand new ones all the time, that's why leasing became so popular. A panel is a tiny faction of that cost.
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Me, it is a Zenieth system 3 circa 1980 ish
Did you guys go all digital up north like we did? You'd need the digital to analog converter.
Or do you watch Caddyshack on VHS a few times a day?
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Did you guys go all digital up north like we did? You'd need the digital to analog converter.
Or do you watch Caddyshack on VHS a few times a day?
my satellite box is so old it has a modulator for channel 3 so i use the coax ports
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Did you guys go all digital up north like we did? You'd need the digital to analog converter.
Or do you watch Caddyshack on VHS a few times a day?
Yep , we uf ummp went digi umpf sput sput ital , too! creak crack umph uh uh uh

I'm in the country with just an antenna, and that's the crap I get whenever it rains or snows !
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hmm...maybe time to sell my spark gap transmitter & crystal receiver.
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