The Samurai School of Appliantology
This is our clever name for our do-it-yourself appliance repair forum. This post explains how to access the forum. Please keep reading.
Due to the higher cost of maintaining the Samurai School of Appliantology, we’ve changed from an open forum to membership-by-approval forum. Each page view from non-supporting members costs us money. Since I’m running this forum out of the kindness of my heart and my own pocket, that’s just not a sustainable situation now, is it? Like the saying goes, “There’s no free lunch,” and the cyber world is no exception.
So, how do you become a member? Easy as pie, comrade! Follow these three easy steps:
- Give $10 or more to the United Samurai Beer Fund. A $10 contribution is good for one year. A $20 contribution is good for three years. And with a contribution of $30 or more, you get lifetime appliance repair support at this website plus 12,500 FREE ad impressions at Fixitnow.com! If you contribute through Paypal, I receive the notification instantly in my email and can approve you sooner.
- Register for a free Ezboard account. The Samurai School is hosted by Ezboard and you need to have an Ezboard account to access the forum. Don’t worry, it’s painless and free.
- After you’ve created your Ezboard account, email me your account name. Once we’ve received your Beer Fund contribution, I can log into Ezboard and admit you into the Samurai School.
In the School, you’ll find answers to thousands of appliance repair questions on all types of major kitchen and laundry appliance. You can also do a search to find the information you’re looking for. Many of the threads include photos and diagrams.
If you’ve already given to the United Samurai Beer Fund and would like access to the repair forum, just email me and I’ll approve you. If you paid by Paypal, make sure you email me from the same email address from which you made your Paypal contribution so I can look you up. If you previously mailed in a check, include your full name and mailing address when you email me.
If you’re already a member (i.e., you’ve already posted in the forum), go ahead and log in here.
Ok, then, talk to you later. Live long and prosper.
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