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 Post subject: New career
 Post Posted: Thu Mar 15, 2007 11:20 am 
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Dear Mr. Mueller

I finished my home schooling classes with Stratford Career Institute in
Upgrading and Repairing PC's. I also just finished you book volume 4 and
the last chapter was on PC Diagnostics, Testing, and Maintenance. I used
some compressed air to blow out the dust from my fan in my PC tower and
soon I want to open my computer after I have all the equipment I need,
including the ESD safety strap and mat. I need to clean the inside of the
computer and I will follow all your guidelines on safety and security.

My overall grade is 96% in this class. I was not happy that in my last
time I only made a 90% but it had two tricky questions in it. To me they
were tricky. I should have studied that harder I guess. But 96% is
considered an A at that school so I am very happy with that. I

I guess I will look around for a starter kit for repairing PCs, you said in
the book they cost about $ 20.-- Also I already have an LCD screen for my
computer and I love it. Yes pictures don't look as good as on the other
screen but I love everything else plus the lower energy consumption. It is
an 15.4 inch Synaps LCD screen from Wal-Mart. We did get rid of the HP
screen that had a short in it. Nobody wanted it, not the Video repair
place nor Good Will. I guess it is too dangerous to open these screens
and try to repair them and it is cheaper to throw them away. Yes I learned
that from your book.

Also I will keep updated by looking for any new updated books you have
written in computer repair so I can stay updated. I really like this field
computer repair and updating computers.


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 Post Posted: Thu Mar 15, 2007 11:21 am 
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Congratulations on your excellent grades, I'm glad my books were helpful! I
wish you well in your new career, Scott.


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