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    Thumbs up Re: AR168D--on of Fuser holder hole stripped out--best solution?

    This site is hyjacking me to contentomania. Anyone else with problem? Frank


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    Re: AR168D--on of Fuser holder hole stripped out--best solution?

    Yeah me to with FF or Windows. But not with Chrome or the Mobile APP.

    Last edited by DavePo; 08-02-2012 at 01:32 PM.

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    Re: AR168D--on of Fuser holder hole stripped out--best solution?

    If you guys are running adblock, add a *.pl filter and you'll stop getting ads and redirects.

    Cthulhu for president! Why settle for the lesser evil?

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    Re: AR168D--on of Fuser holder hole stripped out--best solution?

    Read the admin's notice - the site has a bug. My Kaspersky Pure 2.0 is detecting & stopping some kind of a Trojan. I strongly suggest running Malwarebytes or similar or going to Kaspersky's site and either getting a trial version or running a scan.


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    Re: AR168D--on of Fuser holder hole stripped out--best solution?

    Quote Originally Posted by oldrn View Post
    Read the admin's notice - the site has a bug. My Kaspersky Pure 2.0 is detecting & stopping some kind of a Trojan. I strongly suggest running Malwarebytes or similar or going to Kaspersky's site and either getting a trial version or running a scan.
    Admin notice was posted only today, there is nothing being stored locally. Kaspersky goes a bit overboard in how they classify things, all it is is a site hijacker from a polish frame on the website. As stated in the notice it has already been corrected but may take a few days to completely calm down. In the meantime if you're still having problems then run a *.pl filter in adblock and it will resolve everything.

    Cthulhu for president! Why settle for the lesser evil?

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    Thumbs up Re: AR168D--on of Fuser holder hole stripped out--best solution?

    Thanks for all advice. Frank


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