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Cableguy
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Cableguy

Epic Member, Male, 44, from Ontario,Canada

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Cableguy was last seen:
Oct 16, 2014
    1. ChevyFan
      ChevyFan
      1. Cableguy
        Cableguy
        Sup? I'm here LOL
        Aug 28, 2014
    2. ChevyFan
      ChevyFan
      Sorry, your avatar broke (my fault) can you upload a new one?
    3. ChevyFan
      ChevyFan
      Happy birthday old man!
    4. ChevyFan
      ChevyFan
      Hey, where you been?
    5. silverhobey
      silverhobey
      hope you had a good summer..hope the ole' 96 is still running good..I haven't been on the site
      much this summer..thought I'd drop you a line ........did you get any camping in this summer.

      Hope work still treats you right and doesn't make you climb too many poles !!! hahaha

      Brian from Cobourg
    6. silverhobey
      silverhobey
      greetings CableGuy.......Brian from Cobourg just dropping a hello your way.
      hope you are keeping busy up on poles !!!!!...how's the ole' truck running

      Brian
    7. Spike
      Spike
      Where in Ontario are you? I'm in Burlington most of the time, Life of of a Tech. service Rep. on the road alot.
    8. Cableguy
      Cableguy
      Ya I made it thru thanks and you? Its not too bad so far for weather. I can take up to -20 all day after that I'm looking for a warm truck LOL
      As for your question you can replace the jack safely (as long as the phone doesn't ring during installation, if it does its actually -90V) It will light you up but not kill you as there is no load/current)
      Just take your time and work on one wire at a time. Cheers and good luck :great:
    9. silverhobey
      silverhobey
      hey Jamie ..........hope you got back to work ok in the New Year !!! must be cold working outside this week at your job ??-----question for you-----is there anyway to not get zapped when I replace a damaged phone jack in my bedroom ???---thanks, and no laughing
    10. silverhobey
      silverhobey
      hey Jamie, it's Brian again........I see you just recently celebrated a birthday------belated greetings !!!! what year is your truck ???....how long have you had it,
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 11, 1969 (Age: 44)
    Home page:
    http://www.4guysgarage.com
    Location:
    Ontario,Canada
    Occupation:
    Obvious
    Vehicles:
    Far to many to list...
    Took the short bus as a child, use to run around pools with scissors.
    Enjoy model glue huffing in a paper bag, burning ants with a magnifying glass etc etc

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    Jamie

    2007 Ford E250(Work van) (Ya, Ya, shut up!)
    1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E
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