Anonymous: I'm on my 3rd door as well. Samsung has been no help and I would never buy this product again. Jul 19, 12
Anonymous: 47 minutes ago
Anonymous: I just used my tap and die set and bolted directly through the door. Handle is awesome but the latch is now broken 46 minutes ago
Anonymous: Did you find a place that carries the power adapter to your chair? I have the same problem. 14 hours ago
ScottP: These covers are completely removable. I can't confirm you can purchase them separately but I can't see why you couldn't. Jul 5, 11
Anonymous: You can have a new cover with BEMZ.com 5 days ago
Anonymous: Gave one of the big hollow bones to my 7 month dachshund puppies. Within 30mins they had little pieces coming off of it. Of course I took it away but was to late. Spent the whole not throwing up with little black pieces in it. Got a call into my vet. Jan 24, 11
George: My Rottweiler chewed on one also, he got so sick. The tone stunk and the fumes would burn your eyes. My dog nearly died, he had severe diarrea and when he went to the bath nast liquid would come out with pressure like a fire hose. I have spent nearly $200 at my vet. Heck yeah lets get a law suit against these people. My number is 336-364-2822 May 12, 12
Anonymous: I would absolutely be involved in a lawsuit. I contacted the company and said just that and they told me, "do what you have to do." If all of us got together and sued, we would surely have it taken off the market. 661-916-5722 Oct 1, 12
Anonymous: I just bought this toy today, and my 5 year old pitty Kuta had chewed the smallest amount of it off. I collected the pieces that I seen so he wouldnt eat them. Within a couple of hours, without warning he started throwing up and having diaherea in the house which he hasnt done since he was a puppy. He is so extremely ill that he cant hold water down. WHY are these toys on the shelf!?!? Why are they still selling these toxic toys?!?! We are going to the store tomorrow to ask that they take this toy off the shelf. If anyone wants to contact us with any questions, we want to help. Our phone number is 604-908-8850 Jonathan, Shanelle and our baby Kuta in Vancouver, BC, Canada. May 13, 13
Anonymous: choke it a little extra Feb 9, 11
Anonymous: mine did the same Feb 9, 11
Anonymous: there is no choke Feb 24, 11
Joshua P. Vincent: Mine does the same, wears my shoulder down! Apr 24, 11
Anonymous: mine starts the first pull every time it is used Jun 24, 11
Anonymous: This is mower was made for Deere by Snapper. They are a low-budget/low-quality mower. Feb 7, 12
Brandon: you need to fix the choke. the choke close spring is probbably broke Jun 13, 12
Anonymous: I have a JS36 as well with same starting problem. They even put on a new carburetor under warranty, same thing until i realized the choke is not closing when you go to start it. There's a linkage that goes from the top of the carburetor across the front towards the muffler. In behind the muffler is a heat sensing coil spring that is attached to the choke linkage. this spring was stuck, sprayed WD40 on spring and worked it back and forth to free the sticky spring, started first pull after that so anytime my mower wont start I check this spring and spray it free and starts first pull every time after. Used to take me sometimes up to 30 pulls to start after it sat for a week or two. May 11, 13
Insomnia: their* Jan 29, 13
Anonymous: Hey buddy! You have your bed backwards. There ~IS~ a space for sidetables, at the head of the bed - the flat end(you know,=where the headboard goes). The drawers are in the middle and at the foot of the bed.You are completely right about there being do real attachment between the bed & headboard, though. Feb 15, 13
Anonymous: Haha, you total idiot. You've got your bed the wrong way around. May 11, 13
Anonymous: Wow I am impressed. I must have done something wrong when I installed the pair of SD1's in my living room, since it took 6 x the power to get the same SPL out of these "speakers" as I get from my KRK 600's at low listening levels (80-84 dB SPL), which by the way are 350.00/pair. At $900/pair these things should have sounded at least half as good as a decent speaker. After we finished installing, painting and listening, I again broke the wall open, thinking I had done something wrong. All was correctly installed with solid contact from the foot onto the drywall. Checked the EQ module and since at 60W I had not enough gain to get anywhere close to what I was told to expect,(10-100 W recommended) we were told to reduce the thickness of the drywall and increase the power by buying a new amplifier. I moved the brackets forward and replaced that section with 3/8th drywall with 1/8th shims, Then hooked them up to the new Denon amp (125W). Add to that the fact that there is virtually no HF, midrange is muddy, bass sounds like a drone that I can hear in every room and the whole thing lacks definition. I was told by the dealer that these sounded better than any other hidden loudspeakers available. Well, I took him to my home, and made a believer out of him. Even my wife though enough was enough. We like to not see speakers, but don't want to sacrifice sound. Apparently technology has moved forward and there are good sounding hidden loudspeaker solutions (which he then offered to exchange the SD's for a set of NXT based plaster over sound panels which we have taken him up on, and they'll arrive sometime next week) To compare the SolidDrive to a thousand dollar set of speakers makes me pee my pants with laughter. I've heard 20 dollar computer speakers sound better, and they certainly take a lot less to install!!!! Feb 28, 11
Yale: Quality high end speakers have the looks to match. If you enjoy listening to your tunes in high fidelity you should also enjoy the aesthetic value the speakers themselves bring to the room. Not something that should be hidden! I've never heard in-wall speaker system, but I'd be impressed if you could get the same sound quality from something behind a wall. Feb 28, 11
Anonymous: How can you post without knowing? This system is not a perfect audiophile system, yet it does bring a smile knowing the room is the speaker. Sound eminating from everywhere. Quality sound? Depends on your ears. But it does work, and the WAF (Wife Approval Factor is HIGH). A must listen. A must buy? You decide, but an informed decission is warranted. Oct 7, 11
Anonymous: hello , i would to order one pair , but can you ship this speaker to china hong kong , thanks!!! Nov 8, 12
Anonymous: do they work on brick and cement walls? Nov 8, 12
Anonymous: Hello,We are able to ship this product to Hong Kong, please give me your contact info in order to send you the details,RegardsFabien May 9, 13
Yale: talk posts are funky these days, what's going on here? Jun 11, 11
Anonymous: finally a useful tip to fix the change problem.... thanks scott May 5, 13
ScottP: I would say in my best estimation they are somewhere between true to size to small. They fit my feet pretty tight but I believe that's by design. Dec 7, 11
Anonymous: I just bought these shoes and they are great for arch support. They are tight to my foot. I will start running today after work hoping they are going to do better then my walking shoes! Aug 20, 12
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