Rules - please read it before posting!

Posted: 8 years ago Quote #6
General Forum Rules

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These forums define spam as unsolicited advertisement for goods, services and/or other web sites or posts with little, no or completely unrelated content.

Do not spam the forums with links to your site or product, or try to self-promote your website, business or forums etc. Doing so is a waste of time.

Your account will be banned permanently and your posts will be deleted.

Spamming also includes sending private messages to a large number of different users.

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Posting pyramid scams (such as free iPods, LCDs etc.) is forbidden. All such posts/signatures will be edited or deleted. Any new users posting scams will be banned permanently; contributing users will either be warned or temporarily banned.

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Posted: 8 years ago Quote #7
Where is the forum content ?
Posted: 8 years ago Quote #11
How does one post a NEW thread/topic/post..?
Posted: 8 years ago Quote #12
Only registered users can post new topics and posts. As I can see you are a registered user already and you have successfully posted your first post here :)
Posted: 8 years ago Quote #13
I can post sure on a "thread" that is already created...
But I can not for the life of me find a button anywhere that lets me post a NEW thread/topic/post...

ie this "thread" is title "RULES - PLEASE READ IT BEFORE POSTING" and I can make posts under here or the whole other 2 topics...

But one can not find the way to create their own NEW topic like i wanted to make a thread titled:
"z50px2d New PSU, now 3 green blinks"

then i would type something like "i got the unit according to the user it did xyz etc."

Also just noticed that I made up a "user name" as so it will not display a "real name" and well the forum is setup to use a persons real name...

thats gonna need a fixin... LoL I think this forum will blow up once someone gets all the bugs worked out so people can actually post and use it...
Posted: 6 years ago Quote #34
Looking for the correct way to reset the power supply on a Sharp LC-60LE810 after replacing a LED strip.