so it's best to leave it to the big companies who specialise in that topic
That has to be close to the worst advice I've ever seen.
How are people supposed to avoid getting into the same
situation in the future if not educated on how these things
work, what to look for in symptoms, how to avoid it ..
maybe even how to remove it? There would be a lot less
headaches in this area if people would just take a little bit
of time to try and learn these things. Instead of running to
someone and saying Please fix it
, maybe try researching
it and finding out why this is happening to them. When/If
they still have to go to someone else, ask questions to learn
from them. Much too often I have people bring me their
machine thinking it needs replaced, it must just be getting
.. because they have no clue. Then when I get it
running smoothly for them again and explain to them what
the problems were, it always seems to make them happy
that they didn't have to replace anything .. although they
always still manage to complain about my bill.