on 16/03/02 19:36, Andy Reed at andyreedmd_at_earthlink.net wrote:
> I am a longtime Newton list lurker (three years at least), but now I need to
> uncloak and ask for help.
> My Newton 2100 won't turn on and I am using my backup upgraded 2K. I have
> always used Apple in the past when I needed a repair and have always been
> satisfied. I called today and it is NO LONGER SUPPORTED! In the immortal
> words of bill the cat, AAAACCK! Can anybody recommend a reliable Newton
> repair person?
Except for very easy repair, you won't find anybody that can perform repairs
like Apple can do.
What do you mean, it is no longer supported? Did you follow the procedure
detailed in the FAQ when calling Apple for Newton support?
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