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 Posted: Thu Apr 7th, 2005 09:51 pm
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Moostafa wrote:
As you know, the Samurai is an independent contractor for your Ameedican CIA so-called "black operations."  In fact, it was in this line of work that I was blessed to have met him.  The Samurai headed up a CIA task force here in Afghanistan with the mission of procuring high-grade Afghanni heroin for re-sale in Ameedican urban areas to fund other CIA black operations.  It also enriched many locals, such as myself, who were personally involved in helping the Samurai procure his cargo.  In the course of assisting the Samurai, I went from being a burned-out Mujahideen left-over with nothing, to a wealthy breeder of fine camels and yaks with four wives and 17 children, all living under my own tent.  Truly, Allah has blessed us through the Samurai and your Ameedican CIA.  Allahu Akbar! 

But, alas, I have some sad news to report.  It seems he has been personally testing some of the heroin that I helped him procure and he is currently in one of your Ameedican rehabilitation houses.  Let us put aside our religious differences, even though you and all infidels are going straight to the hot place, and pray to Allah, the merciful and compassionate, for the speedy recovery and return of our most dear and gracious host. 

Moostafa, you are smokin' something, buddy, because I don't know what in the hell you're talking about!  We've never met in person, although you hang around every appliance forum I've ever started and chime in with sometimes helpful, but usually disturbing and freakish, posts.  The only thing you said that was true is that I am independent contractor for CIA Black Ops.  But that's no big secret-- it's right in my profile! 

General Note to All:  I am not now, nor have I ever been involved with the purchase or distribution of heroin nor have I ever used heroin in any way, shape, or form.  Just wanted to set the record straight. 

Thank you.

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Yes, Steve, If it's not the input shaft/worm gear and pinion the next likely pair of gears are the ones you pictured. They also don't go out very often but sometimes we do find them to be the problem.

If these two are the problem (they only come as matched set) they are somewhat cheaper and would be worth repairing the transmission instead of replacing it.

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Time constrains imposed by the Boss dictated a ordering a trans. I'll strip the original down and fix it so I have a spare and let you know what I find.

Now to fix the two other troublesome appliances.

The matching gas drier that pops a thermal fuse every couple of months and the lovely Modern Maid dual gas oven that insists on a new bake hot surface igniter every six months.

I'll open new threads for them to aid people searching in the future.

Thanks everyone for your help.

Steve

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man wrote: Moostafa, you are smokin' something, buddy, because I don't know what in the hell you're talking about! 
Ah, Samurai, my battle-weary friend, of course memory lapses are to be expected in a man who has experienced what you have.  Any other mortal who experienced even a tenth of what you did would not have lived to tell about it.  But surely you remember something of the dealings we had?  The visits to the poppy farms, heroin procurement, the hash-hish, the hookas, the women, the camels... oh! the camels! 

However, I understand that you are trying to start a new life now and I would never dream of soiling that for you, even as you soiled yourself on many occasions after excessive consumption of my country's finest poppy products.  Please forgive my impertinence, my dear, old friend.



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