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Eamonn O'Connell
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Great job with these helpful videos Bill. I checked out quite a few, and found yours particularly good.

I ended up getting crazy high readings (compared to what everyone else is getting) of 70, 30 and and 40 ohms approximately. Maybe I was doing something wrong... My multimeter is very similar to yours; it is a Milwaukee fork meter.

I relay (pun intended) my story in case it helps someone here. The fridge stopped cooling, and we were getting the clicking noise, so I did the only thing I could: got on YouTube. From there, I took out relay(and overload) and shook it, but it didn't rattle. With the help of one of your videos, I then figured it must be the capacitor (which is independent of the relay in my fridge). I found a replacement for less that 10euros on ebay (http://www.ebay.fr/itm/condo-condensateur-permanent-demarrage-moteur-2MF-2-F-2uF-450V-5-a-fils-/200944700649), installed it, and eureka! 
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An early look at the cover of next week’s issue, by Ana Juan: http://nyr.kr/14AeYDI #JeSuisCharlie  
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Software developer, Product Designer
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  • Stratus5
    Developer, 2008 - present
  • Melamar
    Lead Developer, 2007 - 2007
  • Compisol
    Developer, 2005 - 2007
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dublin, ireland - vougy, haute-savoie, france - chamonix, haute-savoie, france - sixmilebridge, ireland - hyannis - thyez, haute-savoie, france
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Irish software programmer with an interest in UX and design. Likes Node, Grails, Coffeescript, JS, Stylus, Erlang, Riak, Vim, CouchDB.
Education
  • Ardscoil Ris
    General, 1993 - 1999
  • University College Dublin - National University of Ireland, Dublin
    Computer Science, 1999 - 2003
  • Sun Certification
    SCJP SE5
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Nice mall, with plenty of eateries - even one reasonably healthy Mediterranean one. I expected lower prices for an "outlet", but would recommend all the same.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
We celebrated our wedding here in the Summer of 2012. This is a small, recently renovated, family-run, chalet style hotel. There is a large terrasse to enjoy the the views. The building, service, and food were all A1. If you get a clear day, the views are impecable. There is one gite/apartment available if you need the room and price is not an issue.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Sick of all those tourist traps in Chamonix ? This is the place to go!! The building (le cadre) is modest, all the focus goes into the food. Its quality cannot be challenged. They grow their own veg, rear their own lambs. From the window, you can see the vineyards on the hills of Ayze where they make the wine you are drinking. The portions are always generous. After the starter you feel like you have already had enough. There is a homelyness to this place. It is like your eating at your grannys and she is putting all her love for you into her cooking. Beware of the restaurants with the big menus; when the menu is small, the ingredients are likely fresher. They don't always have everything on the menu here. Even if they can do it in a pinch, if it doesn't suit them they will tell you and suggest an alternative. There is an old woman who is one of the servers. If you pick something on the menu that annoys her she will make a face. It really is like being at your granny's !
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Bec Fin is among a few restaraunts in a row. We picked this one as the prices seemed lower than its neighbor. I went for the Perche + Fries, and my wife the Plat du Jour - lamb, risotto, and a veg portion that I can't remember. The Perche was satisfactory, but the Plat du Jour was very good. A lesson learned for me there: always give good consideration to the Plat du Jour!! The baby changing facilities were good too.
Quality: Very GoodFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
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This was the only Indian restaurant we could find near Aix-les-bains. One of the great things about deciding to go here is the choice of other restaraunts. This place is among a cluster of about 5/6 restaraunts facing out on to the lake. So if you change your mind, and decide you want Thai instead - no problem! Coming from Ireland, it was not as spicy or creamy as I have come to expect from Indian restaurants, but the actually quality of the food was A1. The food tasted fresh, especially the meat. The food tasted fresh and "al la maison". The lasi drinks were good too!
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Atmosphere: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
It costs about 5.50 per adult for this well maintained beach. There are free alternative beaches, so what do you get for that ? There is no litter of any kind. There is section of the lake here under lifeguard supervision. There are a couple of fun slides that run into the lake off a pier. I tried them, and can vouch that they are fun! There is an aquatic center with a 50m pool which I think you can use. You need to bring the right atire for that though! There is a restaurant too, which seems to cater for a range of needs from snacks to a 3 course meal. I wouldn't go here everyday, but worth going for one day of relaxing - especially if you have a family.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My wife and I both choose the lunch menus which turned out to be excellent value. For about 10 euros you can get 1 savoury crepe, 1 sweet crepe, and 1 small coffee. The crepes were tasty, particularly their top seller the sweet crémeux beurre. There was a great authenticity to this Bretagne crêperie. The propriétaire, from Brittanny himself, was warm, welcoming, and a genuine soul. The crémeux beurre is his own brand of the traditional salé beurre from Britanny. You can even buy some to take home for your own crepes if you like!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago