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  • Must be mistaken

    I thought this was a "help a guy out" forum. Seems like there are alot of non help issues that need some couch time with a shrink.....not a "plumbing, woodworking, construction, tool forum".

    "wow watch the answers this one gets"

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    Re: Must be mistaken

    Welcome to the Forum. This is much more than a help a guy with a trade question Forum. There are folks here who know eachother very well and talk about family and friends. Many of us who have never met, have shared both work and personal stories and received either criticism or support depending on the situation. Regarding "couch" time, most folks could do with a bit of that but at least here it's free! Hope you are not too disappointed, great bunch of folks post here. They have work and life experience so, give them a chance. Frank

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    • #3
      Re: Must be mistaken

      Originally posted by wheelspinner View Post
      I am new to this forum and this has probably already been asked so I ask your indulgence. In my new RD 6800 Generator with the Yamaha Power unit can I use Synthetic oil after the break in period ? Here in Florida during the Hurricane Season it gets VERY hot. I use Syn in everything else, cars, outboard, etc. Does Yamaha not reccomend this type of oil for some un-explained reason ?
      I need some comments.........thanks
      i guess since nobody has addressed your 1 and only question, you think we're ignoring you actually, it's probably because you stumped the forum.

      honestly that question is best suited for the people at yamaha.

      there are defiantly some interesting personalities here on the forum. but keep in mind that very few people have ever met and even less knew another member on the forum.

      now look at us

      you're not here just to spin our wheels are you

      rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • #4
        Re: Must be mistaken

        Welcome again,

        first not every one reads ever post, (I use the New posts tab) and some times I miss a few posts from time to time) (I like generators, but do not own a Ridgid, so to answer a specific question on a unit, unless I can find the answer in the manual or parts list, some times I will just pass over depending on the title).

        and even tho this is a RIDGID board, and there is a few from Ridgid company that do respond, this is not a direct link to Ridgid's help or tech department,

        this is a forum of people who use Ridgid products or are wood workers or plumbers, and other trades,

        There is a member called "Doctordeere" that is a repair specialist, and he many times comes on and will answer from his point of view, but I think he has had some extra issues of late, (his wife had surgery) and the forum has not been a top priority for him.
        http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=36635

        I posted on your oil question, and gave you my suggestions, and opinion. hope it helps some.
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        • #5
          Re: Must be mistaken

          Nuts.

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          • #6
            Re: Must be mistaken

            Abbott, now where have I heard that before?
            Teach your kids about taxes..........eat 30 percent of their ice cream.

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            • #7
              Re: Must be mistaken

              Originally posted by wheelspinner View Post
              I thought this was a "help a guy out" forum. Seems like there are alot of non help issues that need some couch time with a shrink.....not a "plumbing, woodworking, construction, tool forum".

              "wow watch the answers this one gets"
              *Not sure if troll*

              Out of all the specific trade forums on this site, you pick the primary "off-topic" forum for help?

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