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Scotty71

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Posted: 12/18/19 11:02am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Yeah, because techs with decades of experience with RV’s - you know, like the Yahoos at Lazy Days, have all the answers. It’s exactly techs like Doug who REFUSED to ever so much as LOOK at the camper as being the root cause. Converter module wiring isn’t rocket science. It’s not even technical. Ground, power, signals, output.

And I don’t understand why someone comes in here to help and then when someone lets them know they’re wrong, they get all pissy.

I get it though. Some of you people put an awful lot of stock in being THE answer guy and you don’t like getting called out on your BS answers. That’s not on me. If you’re wrong (and you are) just say “Thank you for clarifying” and move on. Since the purpose of this thread is to help out others and not just myself, I feel somewhat responsible for making sure it accurately reflects my actual situation and provides USEFUL information for anyone else coming along. Don’t like the way I handle the information on a thread regarding MY issue, walk away. No harm. No foul. Buh bye. ???

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Scotty71 wrote:

It’s exactly techs like Doug who REFUSED to ever so much as LOOK at the camper as being the root cause.
Seems to me this statement falls under the definition of defamation: Defamation of character happens when something untrue and damaging is presented as a fact to someone else. I assume you don't have a clue whether Doug would have looked at the camper or not. Even when it's low tech, sometimes problems like yours can be hard as heck to isolate when you have the equipment at hand. Remotely, it's darn near impossible. Sounds like Doug might have gone down the wrong path here. Being a master of wrong assumptions myself, I understand how that can happen. You say a purpose of this thread is to help out others. Reporting an improbable cause of the problem achieves that. Slamming one of the forum's greatest assets works against it.


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Here we go. What a yahoo forum. Useless. Let me sign off with the following. I think Doug is a cocky moron. That’s my opinion and he can hire a lawyer and sue me if he thinks he has a case. I don’t care how many years of experience that clown has but he came in here all gangbusters saying there was NO possible way it could be the camper without asking any questions as to how the tow vehicle was ruled out. Diagnosing remotely is difficult, you opine? Not for Doug, apparently. He ruled out my Jeep without asking a question and a forum that holds such idiots in high regard is no place for me.

So, rather than sit here and have endless back-and-forth dialogues with Yahoo after butt hurt yahoo, I’ll simply end my past, current and future experiences here in this forum with a “go **** yourselves” and follow that with a promise never to return to such a pathetic forum.

Over, out and gone.

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Posted: 12/18/19 07:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

After all of that, this was not even his thread. He hijacked someone else's thread.


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Scotty71 wrote:

Here we go. What a yahoo forum. Useless. Let me sign off with the following. I think Doug is a cocky moron. That’s my opinion and he can hire a lawyer and sue me if he thinks he has a case. I don’t care how many years of experience that clown has but he came in here all gangbusters saying there was NO possible way it could be the camper without asking any questions as to how the tow vehicle was ruled out. Diagnosing remotely is difficult, you opine? Not for Doug, apparently. He ruled out my Jeep without asking a question and a forum that holds such idiots in high regard is no place for me.

So, rather than sit here and have endless back-and-forth dialogues with Yahoo after butt hurt yahoo, I’ll simply end my past, current and future experiences here in this forum with a “go **** yourselves” and follow that with a promise never to return to such a pathetic forum.

Over, out and gone.


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