Common operational misconceptions

George Bonser gbonser at seven.com
Fri Feb 17 12:06:52 CST 2012


> 
> Wow...  would be handy if Radio Shack stocked router modules and
> blades,
> and chassis to test your suspect ones?   :)
> 
> (Yes, remember the tube testers as well...)
> 
> Jeff

Heh, that's been a notion I have had for a while.  Opening an all-night shop somewhere in Silicon Valley that sold patch cords, memory sticks, disk drives, maybe even common router blades, optics modules, fans, etc.  Sell it for a bit more margin than the going rate for the "day" shops and ONLY be open at night/early morning, say 7pm to 11am.  Maybe do some "remote hands" work, too.

Fry's wanted $55 for a 1 meter LC-LC multi-mode patch cord yesterday at the store on Arques in Sunnyvale.




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