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    Originally posted by Cowboy View Post
    Can anyone recommend a dishwasher repairman in Limerick please? Our Kenwood is just over a year old and the pump to drain it has gone.

    Suggestions extremely welcome, dishes are piling up by the hour! I've contemplated getting paper plates like

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    Check with Kenwood. They may have a repair programme. And is it a 2 year warranty.


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      "There are a lot of points that we’ve left behind and this is with a young group. That probably tells you what they’re capable of and that they’re a very good side.

      Probably next year or the year after next they will take some stopping"

      Anthony Foley, May 2016. Axel RIP

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        The "Play" switch on the wheel of my iPod Classic wasn't working, so I took it into a repair shop in Douglas (If you want to know which one, PM me).

        They told me that it would not be worth repairing 'cos it would cost over €100 and "you could get a new one for that". This, despite the fact that it's a 120 GB iPod which they don't make anymore.

        I had previously brought in a portable Hard Drive whose USB socket needed soldering back into place only to be told much the same story.

        I searched on-line and found ATMac in the Penrose Wharf Centre in town who repaired both items (and did another job on the iPod) for €110.

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          Originally posted by Piquet View Post
          The "Play" switch on the wheel of my iPod Classic wasn't working, so I took it into a repair shop in Douglas (If you want to know which one, PM me).

          They told me that it would not be worth repairing 'cos it would cost over €100 and "you could get a new one for that". This, despite the fact that it's a 120 GB iPod which they don't make anymore.

          I had previously brought in a portable Hard Drive whose USB socket needed soldering back into place only to be told much the same story.

          I searched on-line and found ATMac in the Penrose Wharf Centre in town who repaired both items (and did another job on the iPod) for €110.
          Personally I'd have to agree with the first store. You can buy 128GB SD cards to fit in your phone for less than €50 these days. But if you want to pay for the repair, then it's your own money you're spending.

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            Are you telling me that I could transfer my music files from my Desktop iTunes files to an SD card, put the SD card in my 'phone and use the 'phone like an iPod?

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              Originally posted by Piquet View Post
              Are you telling me that I could transfer my music files from my Desktop iTunes files to an SD card, put the SD card in my 'phone and use the 'phone like an iPod?
              Isn't that what most people do now? It's the reason iPod (and general MP3 player) sales have fallen through the floor.

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                I'll take that as a yes, so.

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                  Originally posted by Piquet View Post
                  Are you telling me that I could transfer my music files from my Desktop iTunes files to an SD card, put the SD card in my 'phone and use the 'phone like an iPod?
                  Welcome to 2010!

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                    Can anybody recommend a mechanic in Limerick city centre please?
                    I am the million man.

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                      Originally posted by Cowboy View Post
                      Can anybody recommend a mechanic in Limerick city centre please?
                      dock road any good?

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                        Took me ages to find this thread for some reason it wasn't coming up when I put a search for it.
                        Anyway for the times we are living in I thought it might be good to put this near the top.
                        I am a frontline worker and worldwide there's a massive shortage of PPE. There are opportunities for home industry/trade to produce some of these. I noticed yesterday that the facemask I wore was made in Kilmallock. In the coming weeks gowns visors etc will be needed. UL are working with a friend of mine on prototypes for aerosol guards for surgery etc and these.
                        https://www.independent.ie/irish-new...-39117869.html

                        Also on a personal level I will continue to be paid at the end of every month (and no I dont want a £1000 bonus ala Alan Kelly for doing my job). I would like to be able to support local and new initiatives.

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                          RY,where’s all that PPE which was brought back from China on those much-publicised Aer Lingus flights?13 year’s normal supply we are led to believe.
                          You and your colleagues in the front line deserve the admiration and gratitude of the rest of the population. Take care of yourself.
                          The early bird catches the worm but it's the second mouse that gets the cheese.

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                            Originally posted by Rebel Yell View Post
                            Took me ages to find this thread for some reason it wasn't coming up when I put a search for it.
                            Anyway for the times we are living in I thought it might be good to put this near the top.
                            I am a frontline worker and worldwide there's a massive shortage of PPE. There are opportunities for home industry/trade to produce some of these. I noticed yesterday that the facemask I wore was made in Kilmallock. In the coming weeks gowns visors etc will be needed. UL are working with a friend of mine on prototypes for aerosol guards for surgery etc and these.
                            https://www.independent.ie/irish-new...-39117869.html

                            Also on a personal level I will continue to be paid at the end of every month (and no I dont want a £1000 bonus ala Alan Kelly for doing my job). I would like to be able to support local and new initiatives.
                            Best of luck with it RY. Just checking - when you say it took you ages to find this thread, did you not get my PM last week with the link to it? I'm only asking in here in case there's a glitch with the messaging system in here, along with all the other glitches!
                            Tis but a scratch.

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                              I did Mr Chips thanks but whether it was me or what, when I put in advanced search nothing was showing up. I found it today but in scrolling through my own subscriptions and posting underneath. ....again it may be an issue with the user

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