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John Deere Tractors Go Wireless For Remote Troubleshooting
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9/17/2012 | 2:15:05 PM
re: John Deere Tractors Go Wireless For Remote Troubleshooting
John Deere has brought their support team to new levels with this one. For some reason I can't get the thought of a farmer in the middle of a field in the midwest mid harvest and a problem occurs, good news he has a John Deere and can address the problem right there on the spot. The only issue I see with this service, is how user friendly for the operators of these machines? I hope that John Deere has addressed these issues when coming up with this service. Trying to explain the technicalities of the service could be a job within itself.

Paul Sprague
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9/12/2012 | 8:58:24 PM
re: John Deere Tractors Go Wireless For Remote Troubleshooting
Yes its very nice to see John Deere getting back on track-to help others and our future farmers!
Soon I will be kncoking on their door as well, their patent attorney told me do sales for 1yr. then call me, so Mary Im getting ready to call! God Bless!


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