"Battery charge or electrical supply faulty" - air conditioner problem?

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Re: "Battery charge or electrical supply faulty" - air conditioner problem?

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I used to teach IT many years ago. One of the things I would say to a new class is "There is no such thing as a stupid question, but stupid, avoidable mistakes do exist". Never be afraid to ask questions, as they can help you avoid stupid mistakes.
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Re: "Battery charge or electrical supply faulty" - air conditioner problem?

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And then I arrived, and he quit teaching....
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Re: "Battery charge or electrical supply faulty" - air conditioner problem?

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I am a marketing manager for a small company, but I also run a small marketing agency for local promotions. I can take the same money for non-performing paid advertising campaigns as well as those that make a profit. The problem is simple, if my campaigns are not performing I will definitely not have any customers but if a dealership of a big car manufacturing company fails the customers will be the same and they will come in the same stream because they have no alternative. I was in the same situation myself, the problem was so simple that everyone relied on diagnostic devices but no one popped the hood.
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Re: "Battery charge or electrical supply faulty" - air conditioner problem?

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Generally don't need air conditioners over here.