My column this week ‘Turn It Off, Then On Again’ is the farrago of my powered wheelchair. Or more contentiously my ‘no power’ wheelchair’ – is batted about [OK this is an English colloquium derived from cricket [[if u’re a US reader explaining cricket will take days!!!]]]. How about all round the houses?
Or, my writing, is just that tad bit circuitous [see above para!].
Wheelchair has been out of action for a week – the first thing the tech suggested was the batteries were dead! Protested they weren’t – it was the controller.
Wasted three days discovering this.
Still, they’re coming back tomorrow with a new controller.
Have you ever been ignored about the analysis of a vital equipment failure?
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