By Dispute - Canada
Today, I was driving home from a long day at work fixing people's electronics. When I got home, I got a call from work saying I needed to go back and help a customer with their TV again. When I got there, after an hour of driving, I realized I'd accidentally kicked the power cord out. FML
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By  sxe_beast  |  11

TV WHY YOU NO TURN ON? *smashes buttons on remote*

WHY YOU NOT WORK? *pushes TV button*

WHAT THE FUCK *ragesthrowsremotecontrolthoughwindow*

*calls support people* WHY YOU NO FIX TV? WHY TV STILL BROKED? I WANT THIS FIXED NAAAAAAAAOOOOO! YOUR TECHNICIAN FAIL AT LIFE! HE MORON!

*op drives to house plugs in cord*

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  ryanst  |  7

My math and tech teacher from middle school told us that the first step to troubleshooting is to check if it's plugged in. He used to be a tech repairman for hire, who would charge $75 just to walk in and plug in the "broken" electronic.

Although he also used cat poop and the theory of "stick snowmen" to teach Algebra..

By  sxe_beast  |  11

TV WHY YOU NO TURN ON? *smashes buttons on remote*

WHY YOU NOT WORK? *pushes TV button*

WHAT THE FUCK *ragesthrowsremotecontrolthoughwindow*

*calls support people* WHY YOU NO FIX TV? WHY TV STILL BROKED? I WANT THIS FIXED NAAAAAAAAOOOOO! YOUR TECHNICIAN FAIL AT LIFE! HE MORON!

*op drives to house plugs in cord*

:|