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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    okay so i got a new radio put in at halfords and paid the freak who worked there £30 for him to install it for me.

    the radio before was not a problem but like i just wanted a new one with a usb aux and not a aux wire so i decided to get a new one.

    anyway the radio before that was fine not that i used it but now it's fuzzy as hell, also note that when i went to pay the ***** for the radio after he fitted it in my car, he said to me ''i fixed your aerial for you too so it's all good to go'', and i was like what the **** have you done to my aerial because there was NOTHING wrong it in the first place.

    anyway i drive away and the radio is fuzzy as hell, i try and find stations and stuff it's a digital radio or whatever and they come up and for some reason the only station that works perfectly is ''SMOOTH'', tbh i like it sometimes because i'm old school as **** in some ways but like i want to listen to other ones, it will find them if i do it manually or whatever or search but it's always so fuzzy

    is this a problem with my aerial or is it a problem with the radio because it's only picking up SMOOTH and that's perfect so like what do i do

    is there a way i can fix this mess i've had it like a month now so i probably can't even take it back to the retard who served me
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