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    DIY Senior Member construct30's Avatar
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    Default Keep the literature

    People please when someone installs a faucet or anything for you ask for and keep the literature.

    Pro's give the people the literature and tell them to keep it.

    Parts lists and yes sometimes even the instructions can save time money.

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    That was one thing my first boss and I had issues with he didnt like to
    leave paperwork behind other than the bill.I allways left it.Ithink he felt the
    home owner would try fix it & not call him if there was problem.

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    I usually leave the literature unless it's something new and I want a parts list. Not that I'd be able to find it when I needed it . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herk View Post
    I usually leave the literature unless it's something new and I want a parts list. Not that I'd be able to find it when I needed it . . .
    I've been guilty of that myself. I have a three hole punch and keep them all in a note book. I usually make a copy and keep it in a file for the job when I do, if they call I can dig it out. I try to keep make and model numbers, colors, ect. for every job on my computer. I want to start taking digital pictures and keep them as well. It's getting harder and harder to remember things.

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