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Current version by: Sam Goldheart (vote details) ,

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I know nothing about computer repairs. I can't even navigate this site very well. My expertise is refrigeration and major appliances. I'm not sure my input will help, even in the area of Right to Repair. Every appliance has a tech sheet, wiring diagram, schematic and a tech support phone number attached to the unit. With all that information available in the appliance world consumers still aren't  getting the support they need from the manufacturers if their looking elsewheres. I think that consumers are pretty much the same in all areas, appliances, computers, drones etc...although they have all the answers in front of them, most won't take the time to read it, they'd rather have someone walk them through it. With that said, I'd focus more on targeting more people. People need to know there's an "ifixit.com" People are lazy and want it now! Ifixit.com is convenient, quick and easy.

I have no idea on how to generate more business on the internet. If I need more business I put a flier on the wall at a laundromat.

Re-doing the newbies page is good idea. I found it difficult. I still haven't figured out how to get an aviator or how to post a pic. Haha Some of the questions have comments from years ago that include new questions and comments that make it hard to follow.

Mayer, #11 explain that please.

There are several sites out there, but none have done a "before you buy" page. I always thought I'd get rich writing a book about what the salesman doesn't tell you followed by a 2nd titled Consumer Reports doesn't know Jack!

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I know nothing about computer repairs. I can't even navigate this site very well. My expertise is refrigeration and major appliances. I'm not sure my input will help, even in the area of Right to Repair. Every appliance has a tech sheet, wiring diagram, schematic and a tech support phone number attached to the unit. With all that information available in the appliance world consumers still aren't  getting the support they need from the manufacturers if their looking elsewheres. I think that consumers are pretty much the same in all areas, appliances, computers, drones etc...although they have all the answers in front of them, most won't take the time to read it, they'd rather have someone walk them through it. With that said, I'd focus more on targeting more people. People need to know there's an "ifixit.com" People are lazy and want it now! Ifixit.com is convenient, quick and easy.

I have no idea on how to generate more business on the internet. If I need more business I put a flier on the wall at a laundromat.

Re-doing the newbies page is good idea. I found it difficult. I still haven't figured out how to get an aviator or how to post a pic. Haha Some of the questions have comments from years ago that include new questions and comments that make it hard to follow.

Mayer, #11 explain that please.

There are several sites out there, but none have done a "before you buy" page. I always thought I'd get rich writing a book about what the salesman doesn't tell you followed by a 2nd titled Consumer Reports doesn't know Jack!

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Original post by: LadyTech ,

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I know nothing about computer repairs. I can't even navigate this site very well. My expertise is refrigeration and major appliances. I'm not sure my input will help, even in the area of Right to Repair. Every appliance has a tech sheet, wiring diagram, schematic and a tech support phone number attached to the unit. With all that information available in the appliance world consumers still aren't  getting the support they need from the manufacturers if their looking elsewheres. I think that consumers are pretty much the same in all areas, appliances, computers, drones etc...although they have all the answers in front of them, most won't take the time to read it, they'd rather have someone walk them through it. With that said, I'd focus more on targeting more people. People need to know there's an "ifixit.com" People are lazy and want it now! Ifixit.com is convenient, quick and easy.

I have no idea on how to generate more business on the internet. If I need more business I put a flier on the wall at a laundromat.

Re-doing the newbies page is good idea. I found it difficult. I still haven't figured out how to get an aviator or how to post a pic. Haha Some of the questions have comments from years ago that include new questions and comments that make it hard to follow.

Mayer, #11 explain that please.

There are several sites out there, but none have done a "before you buy" page. I always thought I'd get rich writing a book about what the salesman doesn't tell you followed by a 2nd titled Consumer Reports doesn't know Jack!

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