Your Questions About Frys

Mandy asks…

Does Frys let you test if your power supply is busted or not for free?

i have a power supply i’m not sure if it’s working or not. When i plugs it and turn on the computer, the fan moves for a second and then stop. i switch off and on, and turn it on again. same thing happens.
is it like a power supply failure or a motherboard related failure?

if i go to frys and ask them to test if it’s working or not, do you think they will test it for free?

John answers:

Most computer shops will test it for you for free. All they do is simply plug your PSU into a power supply tester — you can easily buy one of these for $20, a good tool to have in your toolkit.

Thomas asks…

How do I get an online position at an electronics company like Frys or Best Buy?

Without a degree. I have the know-how, just not the paper.
Where can I apply for them? I cant find a site.

John answers:

You don’t need a degree, but you may need to live in Mumbai :-)

Go to their Web sites and see under careers how you can apply; however, Online stores are a completely different business. They also may be located in Canada or outside the US.

Carol asks…

whats the difference from frys and bestbuy 16gb ipod touch 2g?

im buy one and im looking it up in the internet i saw frys electronics ipod touch 16gb 2 gen 10$ cheaper then best buy.
whats the diffrence?
is frys ipod cheaper older or why is it 10$ cheaper?

John answers:

Frys always has good deals. I highly doubt there is any difference at all. Frys is kind of like the wal-mart of electronics stores.

Joseph asks…

Anyone have good, easy and quick to make recipe ideas to change from eating pasta and stir-frys?

We eat pastas and stir-fry often at home. But i need more recipe ideas to change from the pasta, stir-fry, meat&patatoe routine. Anyway have any ideas? Thanks for all you help!!
I am looking for recipes that are healthy for my husband, my toddler (2yrs old) and I. We don’t really like deep-fried food and Im looking to find recipes that are easy to prepare when you dont have much time to prepare it. I get home late sometimes and i need to feed me and my son, then bathe him, etc…so i want something fast and easy to prepare while he plays in the house.

Thanks again for all the great answers.

John answers:

Oven-Fried Honey Chicken

1/4 cup honey
2 tablespoons balsamic or red wine vinegar
1 1/2 cups dried bread crumbs
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
6 (4 to 6-ounce) fresh boneless, skinless chicken breasts, halves
Preheat oven to 375°F.
In a shallow bowl, whisk together honey and vinegar. Set aside.
Place bread crumbs into a separate bowl. Set aside.
Spread oil over foil-lined baking pan large enough to hold all chicken pieces in one layer.
Roll chicken pieces in honey mixture, then in bread crumbs; place onto prepared pan.
Bake for 30 minutes*, or until cooked thoroughly.
Makes 5 servings.

*Note: Chicken Test for Doneness (per Washington Fryer Commission)

No matter what method you use for cooking chicken, the most accurate test for doneness is a meat thermometer. Since chicken is never ready to be served unless it is done, always be sure it is completely cooked. Whole or bone-in chicken should reach an internal temperature of 180°F, and boneless chicken should be cooked to 165°F.
Other indicators for doneness include:

A fork or toothpick can be inserted with ease.
The juices should be clear, not pink.
Bone joints move easily.

Chris asks…

How many hours a week do you work at Frys food and drug?

I just got hired there and it will be my first job. I am a courtesy clerk and I am still in high school. I was just wondering how many hours a week I should expect to work. And if you work there how many hours a week do you work.

John answers:

About 5 hours

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