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Jeff Pereyda
Works at Coldwell Banker
Attended San Jose State & San Jose Bible College
Lives in Fremont, CA 94538
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Kev, thank you very much.

I have the exact same unit with the exact same problem. I had a puffy capacitor just like yours. Three dollars later it performs extremely well again. I am thankful all the capacitors in that group were lined up, biased the same way on the PC board. Because, when I pulled the capacitor I forgot which way it was lined up. Luckily, the glue at the bottom of the capacitor gave it away as to which way it went.
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+Jeff Pereyda Glad it helped
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Cool! I like how it leaps.
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Thank you Okie. I was on the same boat with Jennifer. The instructions only say, "pull through the friction." They say nothing about holding the bearing plate in a stopped position and that we are supposed to separate the drawer part from the bearing plate portion,
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Caught off guard... But I won an AHD award in an office of 60 top agents in Fremont. It is for getting my home buyers and sellers additional peace of mind by providing them with the most American Home Owner's Warranty plans.
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Which Variety of Fremont Avocados Do You Have?
I was raised having the privilege of enjoying an abundance of some of the most fragile, yet, hands down, the best avocados ever at my parent's home in Sunnyvale CA. All that is gone now, and I have been searching for that rich tasting, thin-skinned avocado ...
I was raised having the privilege of enjoying an abundance of some of the most fragile, yet, hands down, the best avocados ever at my parent's home in Sunnyvale CA. All that is gone now, and I have been searching for that ric...
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2014 Livermore Christmas Parade in Livermore CA
I attended the 2014 Livermore Christmas Parade in Livermore CA. It was Saturday, December 6th from 6 pm to 8 pm. Parade goers lined the curbs and sidewalks of First Street as many unfolded their own chairs and waited to watch local participants, mostly Live...
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Awesome Vlogging Jmink! I watched all 9 Vlogs.

I bought a 76 Glastron Sportster XL with an 85 hp Evenrude a week ago on Craigslist. Our boats could be brothers!  I am now digesting your Vlogs and letting it all sink in. I am at the "engine running" stage. The seller and I had to bypass the solenoid, and It fired up real nice. Next, I need to cover it and wait for my solenoid to arrive in the mail. In the mean time, I will be watching carefully and dedicating some yard space.

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1. What made you finally decide on buying a vintage Glastron Tri-Hull? Mine was price and all around look to the boat. I am very happy with it.
2. What was the degree of cut on the transom? 10, 11?

Keep up the great work.
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Thanks +Jeff Pereyda, good luck with your build! To answer your first question, I bought my boat off of craigslist as well and for me it came down to price and looks as well. Also on the looks, I wanted something that would be a standout versus just another boat. Then to answer your second question I used an angle finder and it read 105 degrees. I took that and matched my saw to it. I hope that helps out!
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Broker Associate, GRI, SRES, & CA Notary Public
Skills
Negotiating your position and standing firm.
Employment
  • Coldwell Banker
    Sells Fremont Homes, 2000 - present
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Fremont, CA 94538
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925 292-9532
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5890 Stoneridge Drive #122 Pleasanton CA 94588
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Full-time Professional Fremont Real Estate Agent
Introduction
It only takes me 15 minutes to show you how I sell homes for top dollar. It's worth the 15 minutes to be absolutely sure that you receive the most from the sale of your home. You do want to net the most from the sale right? Lets set an appointment today so I can get you what you want and when you want it.

When selling a home, you should adopt flexibility that will most likely be needed in the transaction. Try your best to view the "home" as property that they are selling and leave emotion out of it. Easier said than done right? 

Call me direct for a 15 minute appointment.

My job for the buyer is to encourage you to broaden your horizons early on in the home search. A home is made not found. Lower your expectations to a reasonable level. From there, I will help you get the house you want.
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Ranked 69 out of 792 Agents and climbing!
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  • San Jose State & San Jose Bible College
    Liberal Studues, 1986 - 1988
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Many community and charity services are doing such a great job, but I wanted to write about Viola Blythe Community Services Center / Foundation and how they are my favorite. Each year they coordinate an adopt a family for the Holidays program where anyone can provide gifts, food and clothes to one or more families out of the many who register as families in need. Debbie Blythe and her staff make it an easy and great experience when it comes time to give and hopefully make a difference. The best experience however is getting to meet the family if you wish and let them know people like Viola Blythe and their supporters really do care.
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