Do as I say, not as I do.
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- Dec 3, 2015
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- Liberal California
If he wanted to get out of the business, he could sell it and pocket a lot of money. It would be odd to see a company like Valentine simply fold the tent. Two weeks.i dont have any evidence of this, but just playing devils advocate, has anyone considered that Mike
may be closing up shop and is just staying open to honor warranties before he shuts down all operations? i mean he’s been at it forever so although this is highly unlikely, i dont think its out of the question...
I agree with you. But I also can see the other side of it all from an engineering perspective.That’s exactly it . He built the detector his way and he will revert it back if mods are done. It’s his detector anymore nor does he even inform the customer. He just does it. The customer has 0 say in it
I'm having difficulty believing that Mike V. will have his staff take the time and effort to swap out custom LEDs and replace them for red before sending it back. Sure, he does thing His Way, but that seems a bit anal, even for him.Also, how many cases of VR changing LEDs back to red are there? Is this real, or is it a story that is passed around that actually has a lot more behind it?