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 Posted: Tue May 26th, 2009 11:14 pm
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Alas, this humble servant went in search today via the Kitchen Appliance Repair Forum and the Laundry Appliance Repair Forum, under READ THIS BEFORE POSTING!, in hopeful search of a Serial Number Location for a Kitchen Aid Outdoor Grill. When I clicked on the link in Commandment #2, I got the following message:

"The MSN Groups Service has closed. As we first announced on  October 23, 2008 the MSN Groups Service has closed."

Will the Samurai finally be rendered SPEECHLESS? (Heaven forbid, and thank Buddah he has other outlets and media in which to enlighten us.)

Or, WILL THERE BE A NEW LINK guiding us through the darkness, lending a hand where needed when we are unable to find our posteriors with both hands and a flashlight?:moon:

Your humble servant begs your Grand Fermented Wisdom in this grave matter!

Alright...enough crap. Where's the updated link?:yikes: Or did I (as usual) miss something here?



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The Grand Fermented Master must update each one individually when someone finds an old link ...



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