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Old 20-09-14, 07:44 PM
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Replacing an item that needs to be replaced is not throwing away money... never mind.
Because his computer does not function with a scratch in the side panel window? :s

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Old 20-09-14, 07:48 PM
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Replacing an item that needs to be replaced is not throwing away money... never mind.
The panel with the scratches on I'm allowed to keep and not send back ergo it will be modified and used at a later date.

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Because his computer does not function with a scratch in the side panel window? :s
Many scratches actually and I didn't pay for it to look like someone had a fight with a fork on it
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Old 20-09-14, 07:52 PM
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Because his computer does not function with a scratch in the side panel window? :s
nono, the headlights needed to be replaced, I didn't say to replace a new panel with a scratch if the scratch can be removed, the plastic in that is new and the plastic in the headlights was very old and would be brittle and more likely to fail in the future.

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Old 20-09-14, 07:53 PM
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nono, the headlights needed to be replaced, I didn't say to replace a new panel with a scratch if the scratch can be removed, the plastic in that is new and the plastic in the headlights was very old and would be brittle and more likely to fail in the future.

Aaah, that is indeed more necessary than a sidepanel window
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Old 20-09-14, 08:03 PM
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I wonder if BB1, would think the same when if the " Ferrari gets delivered with a scratch "
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Old 20-09-14, 08:07 PM
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I wonder if BB1, would think the same when if the " Ferrari gets delivered with a scratch "
Oh but that would be totally different because that's then to do with her, If it was us it would be a totally different matter.
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Old 20-09-14, 08:22 PM
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NO! that would be a definite replacement immediately!! The case window scratch he can remove and live with.
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Old 20-09-14, 08:28 PM
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NO! that would be a definite replacement immediately!! The case window scratch he can remove and live with.
And you could live with a little scratch on your Ferrari, No different
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You could make a double window 780t might me a reason to get a clear plexi/acrylic MB-Tray
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Old 20-09-14, 08:31 PM
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You could make a double window 780t might me a reason to get a clear plexi/acrylic MB-Tray
No no no no, The backsides wire management is not up to par, My cable management I should say.
Plus I would never poke my head around and say "Ahhh yes, Wires"
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