Yep you knew it would happen, someone would bring in an HP printer with that old problem of continually shutting down, and saying inproper shut down, just when your secretary comes in to the office and says: “We need to print out this document for our best customer now … , at that moment a ladder in her stocking rips a few more centimeters, damit man NOW she shreeks, shatering the wine glass beside the fax machine…, shards scattered across the marble floor, and storms off”
The problem is possibly the capacitors on the power board, said the man from knowhere……..
We are going to take it apart and replace thouse capacitors, and then it will work…. chephrenrepairs.com.
The YTS girl by the window who is edditing the Oracle database, suddenly squirms on the office chair, gets up very suddenly and bolts for the rest room!
The man from know where says ” Yep you will need a couple of things, firstly a reel of solder that has a flux core, may be quite thin, say 0.7mm, and a temprature controlled 50 watt soldering iron, say adjustable from about 250 degress c up to 450 degress c,” “oh yer and you probably need, to order some Capacitors, get ones that are the right size and voltage and are electrolytic, and of course the correct capacitance. look if you fit ones that are rated at a higher voltage that will not matter at all”
The Boss scratched his beard, than spilt his Klix coffee with two sugars, all down his corn blue tie, then he reached into his draw and pulled out a heavey package wrapped in oily brown thick paper….