Or I would have been heading back to Costco.
First of all, I’m not very trusting when it comes to after market parts, and how they’re supposed to fit “according to the list”. Which is the reason why I didn’t buy a pair of wiper blades for the Merc when I first saw them.
My actual agenda was to pick up a couple new smoke detectors.
When I was making the rounds a few weeks back at “time change”, I realised that there was one that I had installed in 2000. It was still working. I think. Tested OK, but they’re really only meant to be around for 10 years or so.
So I put it on the list.
There’s really is no list. Which is why it was “several weeks ago”.
I don’t expect you to make sense of that picture above. I’m just showing it because, that’s the instructions. There’s no other language there, that’s all English.
And the only reason that I bothered to open the instructions was, each detector came with this tiny little pin, and I couldn’t figure out if it was of any significance.
Some sort of “tamper proof” pin. Whatever. I’m not going to be tampering with the bloody smoke detectors, otherwise why would I bother putting them up?
Anyway, I think there’s some CYA going on there, because they explain everything. Like, dead spots. Apparently there are certain places where smoke doesn’t go?
Anyhoodle, while Travelling Companion was in for her “Pre-Op” (and it did take a couple hours) I went back for wipers.
Damned if I could get them to fit. Or make sense of all the little extra pieces. So I just figured I was beat, and would call up the place where I got our oil changed, and take my lumps.
But wait! There’s the internet.
Didn’t want to order anything from any of the online vendors, but there was a video. Bit of a lousy video really, but there was a hint there of a part that I didn’t realise I had. And that was the thing. So the new wipers are on the car, and I didn’t have call anyone or possibly go to the stealership.
While I’m here, have you seen what’s going on in Buffalo??
Again, let’s go to Youtube. They say they might get up to SEVEN FEET of snow.
Gotta love that “Lake effect snow”.
T.C. and I experienced that phenomenon once, but that’s another story. I’ll never again stay at a Day’s Inn, and that’s all I’ll say about that.
Wuz the winter of ought one.
But let’s not go there.
Keep your trousers done up.
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