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 on: Today at 10:17:46 PM 
Started by rdrokit - Last post by rdrokit
Went out and bought a new LG 18,000btu dual inverter air conditioner for my new man cave and the owners manual is only in Thai. I tried to find an English manual on line but can't find one. If anyone has a way of getting one please let me know. Model # IK18R1.
Thanks,
RD

Just wondering , is your IK18R1 , similar to the IV18R1  Model ?

https://www.lg.com/th/air-conditioner-inverter/lg-IV18R1

Ken
Looks almost the same. Can you get an English manual for that one?

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 on: Today at 10:09:24 PM 
Started by ken kenobie - Last post by Bournemouth
 Chinese  work hard and plan ahead.

 Thai's ?

 mai bpen rai

 sa-bai sa-bai

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 on: Today at 09:18:23 PM 
Started by ken kenobie - Last post by ken kenobie
Yesterday I went with my Thai wife to a local motorbike shop where she recently purchased a Honda Wave from . I got into conversation with the shop owner. During our conversation in English the lady owner suddenly said , I’m Chinese . I just blurted out yes I know , as it was obvious that she was of Chinese decent. I then carried on talking to her but in the back of my mind as I don’t normally get the opportunity to converse with an English speaking resident Thai Chinese person  , I was thinking about bring up the subject of the Chinafication of Thailand .

 
 
In the area where I live most of the successful businesses and the people who seem to be most well off are of Thai Chinese origin . The gold shops and supermarkets . The financial loan and credit shops , all Thai Chinese owners , the Honda and Yamaha motorcycle dealerships along with the independent smaller out lets , the hardware building supply and farming chemical shops again Thai Chinese controlling the cash register.   The local medical clinic owned and run by a Thai Chinese doctor. The local government hospital staffed by predominantly Thai Chinese doctors . The majority of top government positions at the local amphur office held by Thai Chinese officials .

Any one looking at the daily Thai news media could not have failed to become aware of the constant use of the word China . Endless government projects and schemes or vast military spending sprees , all in some way connected to China and Thailand's eventual Chinafication .

I would like to bet that in a hundred years time the ordinary Thai citizen will be looking back at their past history with great sadness , when they will be thinking . How could we have let this happen. 

But sadly by that time as their once famous Thai smiles have long faded away to be replace by a frown of regret and now they have to silently prostate them selves in front of their new foreign masters . Like the Star Trek Borg use to proclaim , resistance is futile as finally the The Chinafication of Thailand has been completed and there’s no turning back  :o




ken
 



 

 

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 on: Today at 08:57:10 PM 
Started by rdrokit - Last post by ken kenobie
Went out and bought a new LG 18,000btu dual inverter air conditioner for my new man cave and the owners manual is only in Thai. I tried to find an English manual on line but can't find one. If anyone has a way of getting one please let me know. Model # IK18R1.
Thanks,
RD

Just wondering , is your IK18R1 , similar to the IV18R1  Model ?

https://www.lg.com/th/air-conditioner-inverter/lg-IV18R1

Ken

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 on: Today at 08:08:28 PM 
Started by rdrokit - Last post by Roger
RDRO - mai kao jai ?
Has the LG been installed ?
Normally the manuals have loadsa languages - could English be tucked away ?

But if LG installed - easy to use. 2 years ago we bought a 12k btu and it was the best a/c we've ever had. Nil desperandum . . .

I've made about 20 attempts to post 'She Daisy', 'Don't worry bout a thing' which I think you would like. NO GO  :(

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 on: Today at 06:54:37 PM 
Started by rdrokit - Last post by rdrokit
Went out and bought a new LG 18,000btu dual inverter air conditioner for my new man cave and the owners manual is only in Thai. I tried to find an English manual on line but can't find one. If anyone has a way of getting one please let me know. Model # IK18R1.
Thanks,
RD

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 on: Today at 05:17:54 PM 
Started by ken kenobie - Last post by Roger
Gruesome stuff Ken.
Regarding this thread - for me, ''enough internet for today''. ATB

 8 
 on: Today at 05:03:37 PM 
Started by ken kenobie - Last post by ken kenobie
Roland Rat  ;D









Ken

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 on: Today at 05:01:59 PM 
Started by ken kenobie - Last post by ken kenobie
Or this one.

https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/woman-accused-of-stealing-a-pumpkin-by-hiding-it-in-her-vagina/?fbclid=IwAR0f_8gMkvWDz2xOdmmfLXUEXg7aG1SfWW-jUBpwVtjxwFNGQen6Z3PrPws


Bugger  ???

Can it be really true .


Ken

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 on: Today at 03:27:25 PM 
Started by Roger - Last post by Roger
Well Shapiro is amusing enough in his fast talking and self-satisfied World - but this first analogy is pure tart - no-one observing or wishing to reduce inequality would suggest that Bill Gates has actually stolen money from the poor or that the poor had it in the first place.

The size of the World's cake should of course, be as large as possible, (and the likes of Bill Gates contribute greatly), but the World should organise it's corporate affairs and tax systems in such a way as to make sure that everybody is looked after in a more reasonable way. Or settle for the consequences  :(

BTW talking to an American friend last Friday - he was in Summer School completing some papers and another brilliant student used to wander around singing to some bits of string he twisted in his fingers - when addressed, this Guy was quite cogent though. At the end of the session the Guy offered my M8 a job which he declined. It turns out that 'twiddler' was the 5th employee working for Bill Gates, at that time, in his garage. We've all missed opportunities in life but  :o    :o

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