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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert Kemp View Post
    I hate to go buy a power hub and find it stilll doesn't work, but guess thats my only option.
    Which is why I buy most of my small tech widgets from Amazon instead of Best Buy or Frys: returns are so much easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee DeRaud View Post
    Which is why I buy most of my small tech widgets from Amazon instead of Best Buy or Frys: returns are so much easier.
    Amazon for me. And the "Amazon Basics" powered hubs are pretty good for the money, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee DeRaud View Post
    Which is why I buy most of my small tech widgets from Amazon instead of Best Buy or Frys: returns are so much easier.
    That depends. I just bought from a combination coax/RJ45 cover plate and after taking things apart discovered I didn't need it. I would have had to pay $5.99 in shipping so would have gotten $2.96 back from an $8.95 purchase. A lot of stuff on Amazon is not sold by Amazon but by 3rd party vendors, many of which do not offer free returns. On topic, I too would try a powered hub.
    Last edited by Curt Harms; 12-17-2018 at 8:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Harms View Post
    That depends. I just bought from a combination coax/RJ45 cover plate and after taking things apart discovered I didn't need it. I would have had to pay $5.99 in shipping so would have gotten $2.96 back from an $8.95 purchase. A lot of stuff on Amazon is not sold by Amazon but by 3rd party vendors, many of which do not offer free returns.
    That's why I said "most", but it's certainly easy enough to determine the source and return policy before the order is placed.
    Yoga class makes me feel like a total stud, mostly because I'm about as flexible as a 2x4.
    "Design"? Possibly. "Intelligent"? Sure doesn't look like it from this angle.
    We used to be hunter gatherers. Now we're shopper borrowers.
    The three most important words in the English language: "Front Towards Enemy".
    The world makes a lot more sense when you remember that Butthead was the smart one.
    You can never be too rich, too thin, or have too much ammo.

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    Check out plugable technology’s. I’ve gotten cables, adapters, and hubs from them with great success. They are available on amazon too.

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