Today is “tired and frustrated man with kitchen greasy hands shouts angrily at incorrectly shaped cloud” day.
Correct me if I am wrong but I don’t believe that Samsung makes a “Samsung Galaxy Microwave.”
Which if that is the case, let’s talk about how completely shite Google search has become.
Microwave seems to be stuck. Huh. Pretty sure I loosened all visible bolts. In which case, I am missing something, so let’s debug the problem. Let’s see what the installation instructions say and that will give me a clue as to overlooked mounting bolts.
“Galaxy Microwave Installation Instructions” I googled.
Well I obviously fucking meant Samsung Galaxy tablets so here’s two pages of SERPs on how to fix the WiFi connectivity on your tablet.
“Galaxy Microwave Installation Instructions -samsung -tablet” I googled.
No! You’re wrong! Here’s how you update your Android OS on your Galaxy tablet!
Three pages of results, only one link was relevant, and for a different model microwave. Mostly spam results that want me to download their driver installer fixer for Windows — I’m on Linux which automatically makes me a better person than you.
Incognito browser. Even worse results.
Decide to randomly try Microsoft’s “Here are the exotic birds of Paraguay whilst searching for hotels in Chicago” Bing, and boom first link, “Galaxy Microwave Installation Instructions” PDF in all its glory.
Should have just searched the Sears parts website directly. And maybe it is time I re-evaluate my search engine habits.