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|21st April 2009, 15:10||#17|
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There is an old story about a multi-million dollar power plant that had mysteriously ground to a halt. All efforts to restart it had failed and an expert was brought in. After studying the problem for a few minutes he took a hammer and hit one of the valves. With a rumble, the plant came back to life. Incredulous glances were shared, grateful cries and high-fives were exchanged. Later, the expert’s bill arrived for the amount of $10,000.00. The outraged executive in charge thought “All he did was hit a valve with a hammer, this bill is ridiculous.” he asked for an itemized breakdown and the consultant responded with a bill that read: “Hitting valve with hammer $10.00. Knowing which valve to hit: $9,990.00.”
The value of expertise.
50 Rs. for the Speaker and 200 for the efficiency of the person who replaced it!
|16th September 2010, 11:02||#18|
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Didn't want to create a new thread. Are there any nokia service centres in Bangalore (apart from the "so called" authorised "Nokia care" centres ? I am seeing lots of horror stories about these authorised customer care centres and hence wanted to try some thing better ? I am looking for some centres in and around Indira Nagar/Kormangala. My 5800 has been water logged and the LCD display needs to be replaced. Hence , do I still have to go to authorised service centre or can I do it outside ?
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