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Reply # 346140 28-Jun-2010 19:41
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Yep that's me it's a small world aye what yours name what one are you. are you the technician that works at the back of the shop?



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  Reply # 346142 28-Jun-2010 19:45
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i will submit the forms in tomorrow for the disputes tribunal and go from there.

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  Reply # 346143 28-Jun-2010 19:59
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Theres more than one of us out the back :) Im Jason, Johnathan was the one that looked at it though, i was lookn over his shoulder when it came in, and put two and two together.. It is a small world indeed.  We have at least one compaq/hp come in a month with this same problem (usually a hp dv5000-6000) this would be the third f500 ive seen however.. Good luck with the disputes tribunal.



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  Reply # 346155 28-Jun-2010 20:49
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thanks mate if i win im hoping to buy another laptop but a new one. dse has a laptop for sale for 800 but im shying off it as it's a compaq. hey do you have many problems with the Compaq brand i got an acer at the moment and i have had a gut full of that.



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Reply # 353600 19-Jul-2010 20:35
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hey guys i thought i would give yous an update how this is all going. i got a letter the other day from the disputes tribunal saying that the court case isn't till October 12 so i got to wait till then.

So the Good news is things are still in progress.

the Not so good news is its not till October.


but im trying to think of them guys off the cheese Adds Quote (These things take time you know) or is it Good things take time i don't know.

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