Do it this way, no that way, no... oh, nevemind!
- Jan 17, 2018
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- Edmond, Oklahoma (NW OKC)
I'm not sure this is a single rant: why don't people who are unfamiliar with a product read instructions? Why don't they ask the question first? Why is it always the manufacturer's fault when they've gone ahead and guessed only to get it wrong? Why do they always seem to guess incorrectly?
If you did this type of thing for a living, and I gave you a unit with 3 connections but you only had to use 2, where would you start?
- Pride. I guess they think they've done similar jobs before and they're too proud to admit they don't know what they're doing.
- See above. I never have understood it either. As a supervisor, I'd much rather have people ask questions than screw stuff up.
- Well, because it couldn't possibly be their fault... right?
- You've got me on that one. I mean, even when it's a 50/50 shot, it seems like they always get it wrong.
- Oh, I'm a question asker. If anything, I ask the same one over and over sometimes 2 or 3 times. I admit, it does get annoying sometimes, but I'd rather ask it too many times than not enough times.