An appliance repair technician is working on a broken TV set when the TV doesn’t start working again.
But before long, they are getting a call from a woman who has just gotten out of the shower.
The woman tells them that she has a broken light bulb and that it needs replacing.
The technician’s first thought is, I don’t have time to do anything, the technician says.
The woman, who is on disability, is visibly distraught.
She says she is ready to get help and has been unable to get out of bed for the past week.
She needs the $5,000 to fix the problem.
“I feel so helpless, like I am just helpless, not having the resources, not being able to help,” she says.
The repair is so complicated, and so expensive, that it took more than three hours to get the light bulb repaired.
Now, the woman is ready for a new set to come on the market.
She wants to buy a new TV with the right features for a better price.
“You need a new tv, you need a better picture, you want more features,” she tells NBC4.
The new TV has been designed to give people a better experience, including better color accuracy, higher refresh rates, and more bandwidth.
But it is still expensive.
The TV repair technician says it would cost about $50,000 for a complete repair.
The customer is hoping for $50 for that repair.
That is not a problem for a repair expert who is trained in advanced TV repair.
He says the new TV should be able to do that job for under $50.
“The reason we do this is because we don’t want to take advantage of a poor customer and put them through this ordeal,” said Dr. Peter J. Stadt, a TV repair specialist who specializes in repairing TV sets.
“If you don’t get a replacement set, we don.
If you don’ t get a repair, we can’t fix it.”
The woman has told her story to the Cincinnati-area television news station WLWT.
The station has asked her about the price of the repair, and she has not yet responded.
We have asked the manufacturer to comment on the repairs.
The Cincinnati-based appliance repair company that makes the TV set has said they have heard the story.
They have responded to WLWTV by saying, we have heard this story and we are working with our customer to resolve the issue.
We are also working with the customer to provide her with a refund.