Swap and sell
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It's been about a week and still cannot access the swap and sell forum.
Tried from main page and separate link to the forum.. no luck "This site cannot be reached" is the message displayed
I have access to the other forums 
What am I doing wrong

Thanks for any help
Ed
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  Re: Swap and sell by edmorini (It's been about a we...)
Moderators stay in the basement. You'll likely not get a reply up here.
Post in the basement.
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  Re: RE: Swap and sell by Stwood_ (Moderators stay in t...)
(01-31-2021, 01:56 PM)Stwood_ Wrote: Moderators stay in the basement. You'll likely not get a reply up here.
Post in the basement.

Laugh Laugh 
Not true about mods only being basement dwellers.

We do see this sort of post faster, though, if the OP reports their own post with an Other description.
"the most important safety feature on any tool is the one between your ears." - Ken Vick

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  Re: Swap and sell by edmorini (It's been about a we...)
(01-31-2021, 10:41 AM)edmorini Wrote: It's been about a week and still cannot access the swap and sell forum.
Tried from main page and separate link to the forum.. no luck "This site cannot be reached" is the message displayed
I have access to the other forums 
What am I doing wrong

Thanks for any help
Ed

Please try going to this link for the SnS forum

If it does not work , try
this link for the SnS forum

Please report your results so we can get a handle on the underlying problem.
"the most important safety feature on any tool is the one between your ears." - Ken Vick

A wish for you all:  May you keep buying green bananas.
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  Re: Swap and sell by edmorini (It's been about a we...)
I had the same issue with the Woodworking forum...resolved it by “clear history and website data” in settings for my browser.
Dave Arbuckle was kind enough to create a Sketchup model of my WorkMate benchtop: http://www.arbolloco.com/sketchup/MauleS...nchtop.skp
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