Follow-up

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As a followup to this, I should say:

David is not pleased to have tried to fix the electric motor that controls the window in his car. The new (used) motor was a tenth of the cost of a new one, but getting someone to replace the window that I broke in the process will cancel those savings…

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  1. Paul Boddie

    I remember having to get the driver’s side electric window mechanism replaced on my old car – it made a disproportionately loud hammering sound for the amount of window motion produced, which ultimately tended towards no motion at all. For a time afterwards I was known as the guy who spent a lot of money on electric windows, but when you have to open the window every day to pay tolls, speak to frontier police, and so on, and when it looks dubious and is inconvenient to open the door instead, I guess you have to put up the cash. :-/

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