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My Tesla Model X service history

I have a Tesla Model X 90D 2016 model. It has about 97.000 kilometers on it.
* = means that the issue has been fixed multiple times.
(*) = means the issue is not resolvable.

One reason for a lot of issues repeating themselves are that are usually because they do not believe me and either do nothing or simply do to little. Example is the whisteling sound from the side mirrors (they did nothing) and the Upper Control arms (they did a bad fix).
Below is a simplified list of things that have gone wrong(so far).

  • 2021 – – Falcon Wing Doors – Left door will not open, requires several presses
  • 2021 – – Driver and passenger door – Slow grinding down of the paint where the door touches the b-pillar
  • 2020 – – Driver Door – Window engine broke. Could not raise or lower the window to gain entry/exit the car. Rain poured in.
  • 2020 – – Reverse Camera – Corrosion on camera base.
  • 2020 – – Trunk – Screws around license plate base and camera base keep rusting and rust pours down.
  • 2020 – – Trunk – Serious Paint corrosion/bubbles under the spoiler*
  • 2020 – – Frunk – Pain corrosion on the back of the frunk
  • 2020 – – Falcon Wing Doors – Pain corrosion around the close buttons
  • 2020 – – Falcon Wing Doors – Slow grinding down of the paint where the door rests on the wheel base. (*)
  • 2020 – – Trunk – Replaced open button. SC said it was an issue where it could open during driving.
  • 2020 – – Windows – Re attached/glued rubber/plastic seal between the main windows and the smaller front windows
  • 2019 – – MCU Blank Charge Screen on first click. Requires multiple click or open-close to activate (*)
  • 2019 – – Plastic Decals – Wheel base black plastic decails detaches *
  • 2019 – – Frunk Refuses to close
  • 2019 – – Falcon Wing Doors – Door grind through and break the door seal
  • 2019 – – Side Mirrors – Right side mirror makes whisteling sound, they said they fixed it, but no. They did not.*
  • 2019 – – Upper Control ArmsExcessive creaking noise. Replaced*
  • 2019 – – Upper Control Arms – Excessive creaking noise. Lubricated and sent back.*
  • 2019 – – Charge Port – Charge port door does not work as intended. Strange open and close behavior.*
  • 2019 – – Charge Port – Charge port door does not work as intended. Strange open and close behavior.*
  • 2019 – – Driver Door – Rubber seal loose
  • 2019 – – Falcon Wing Door – Metal case surrouding the door latch mechanism broke and fell off.
  • 2018 – – Falcon Wing Door – Plastic protector for one joint was dislocated
  • 2018 – – Plastic Decals – Wheel base black plastic decails detaches *
  • 2018 – – Trunk – Paint corrosion/bubbles under the spoiler*
  • 2018 – – Plastic Decals – Silver chrome strip adhesive fails and it detatches again*
  • 2018 – – Rear Camera – Rust on the camera screws. They could just use different screws that do not rust… but no.*
  • 2018 – – Rear Camera – Rear camera breaks and and screen is just green
  • 2018 – – Side Mirrors – Right side mirror makes whisteling sound, started after mirror was fixed.*
  • 2018 – – Side Mirrors – Right side mirror will not fold in again*
  • 2018 – – Side Mirrors – Right side mirror will not fold in*
  • 2017 – – Plastic Decals – Silver chrome strip adhesive fails and it detatches*
  • 2017 – – Falcon Wing Doors – General door adjustment to avoid paint grinding*
  • 2017 – – Rear Camera – Condensation inside the camera and rust on the camera screws.*
  • 2016 – – Paint Job – Dust particles in the paint
  • 2016 – – Interior – Center console armrest had miscoloring on the white leather.

    +Various undocumented adjustments to trunk, doors and other decals.

Service Center Count: 15+ (I have lost count)

Keep this in mind:

Tesla expect you to prove everything and will not accept your word for it. Make sure you take videos and images of your issues. On some occations even this will not be enough. Then you simply go to “Forbrukerrådet” and make a complaint. They will always try to wear you out…

Negativ anmeldelse? Ja da sender Autonova advokat på deg!

Ville du spist mat på en restaurant med dårlige anmeldelser?

Ville du bodd på et hotell med dårlige anmeldelser?

Absurd nok, for å ha skrevet en anmeldelse og delt min erfaring online blir jeg kontaktet av advokat fra https://lov1.no. Advokaten krever at erfaringen skal fjernes. Lager en bloggpost, da jeg anser det viktig for offentligheten å vite at slikt foregår.

Er ikke hele meningen med anmeldelser at bedriftene skal skjerpe seg og lytte til sine kunder?

Jeg er ikke den eneste som har dårlig erfaring på servicen til Autonova og bare for 4 uker siden var det en som hadde en lignende opplevelse, lurer på om Advokaten har kontaktet de også?

negativ opplevelse med Autonova kommisjonssalg
Hentet fra: https://goo.gl/maps/pBv3ou8oBRUN48wr7

Det er helt tydelig at Autonova har en utfordring ovenfor enkelte kunder når det kommer til å finne løsninger:

negativ opplevelse med Autonova
Hentet fra: https://goo.gl/maps/mzZFQgmerMSK2X1n8

Kort om bakgrunnen: I 2018 ringer en selger fra Autonova og ville ta over finn.no annonsen på bilen min i et såkalt fullmaktssalg eller poplulært kalt kommisjonssalg beskrevet her: https://haukeberg.no/2018/10/27/lurt-av-autonova-kommisjonssalg/

To år senere så ringer daglig leder og sier at jeg må fjerne beskrivelsen av salgsopplevelsen ellers vil han sende foretaksadvokaten etter meg.

Så hva sier foretaksadvokaten fra lov1.no? Jo nå skal du høre lov1.no (Advokatene Haga og Flaatrud) spekulerer med at kjøpsopplevelser, som er til for å deles med andre forbrukere, tilsvarer en Boikott om den er negativ. lov1.no resonerer med at en negativ anmeldelse skader, eller vanskeliggjør selskapets økonomiske virksomhet.

For å hjelpe oss forbrukere å gjøre informerte valg samt å holde selskaper ansvarlige for sin oppførsel er det viktig at folk gjengir sine kjøpsopplevelser. Dette er vi vant med på restauranter, hoteller og de fleste andre butikker. Du vil vel ikke spise på en restaurant med dårlige anmeldelser…

Så til Boikott, altså det man forbinder med å fysisk dukke opp på en arbeidsplass og sperre inngangen eller blokkere kunder fra å handle. Er en online anmeldelse på nett det samme? La vær å lese på nett da…

lov1 boikott fra advokatene haga, flaatrud
https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boikott

lov1.no v/Advokatene Haga, Flaatrud kan også motta en beskrivelse på google og det synes jeg de har fortjent. Jeg er ikke fornøyd med beskyldninger om boikott.

Anmeld her: https://goo.gl/maps/QkmgEjWTtesaUh2D7

Transkriber dine intervjuer automatisk i Office 365 med Word Online

I Word Online kan du nå teste ut en forhåndsversjon av Microsoft sitt transkriberingsverktøy. Denne forhåndsversjonen støtter kun engelsk.

Det er to scenario’s som støttes nå:

  1. Bruk en mikrofon og spill inn intervjuet på din PC* mens du har Word Online oppe og noterer
  2. Ta et lydopptak og last det opp i Word Online og vi transkriberer det for deg til word.

*fungerer muligens i edge/chrome på ipad også, test gjerne og gi beskjed

Før du starter må du gjøre en ting (spesielt viktig for oss i Norge) og det er å bytte skrivespråket til Engelsk (USA). Det er kjempelett og gjøres slik.

  1. Sjekk om Transkriber er grået ut slik:

2. Hvis dette er tilfellet gjør dette:
-Skriv bare noe tekst på engelsk
-Merk teksten
-Trykk på Norsk (Bokmål)
-Velg Engelsk (USA)
-Trykk OK
-Det engelske ordet skal ikke ha en rød linje under seg og det skal stå Engelsk (USA) når markøren er forran eller etter ordet.

3. Oppdater siden

4. Sjekk nå om du har fått Transkribering

Hvis dette virket så er du klar til å starte!

Verdt å notere seg
1. Lyden behandles av Microsoft Speech Services, den lagres ikke. Microsoft Speech Services er ikke en del av Microsoft Online Services Terms.

2. Lydfilene du spiller inn lagres automatisk til din OneDrive for Business.

3. Hvis din organisasjon har skrudd av “Connected Experiences” kan du ikke bruke denne funksjonen.

Forelesning med Zoom bot i Teams og Stream

Nå kan du enkelt bruke Zoom inne i Teams rett fra nettleseren for å spille inn forelesningen og lagre den tilbake inn i Teams.

Slik kan det se ut:

Her har jeg laget et eget team for faget og en egen kanal for forelesninger. Alle i teamet kan bli med i dagens forelesning ved å gå til denne kanalen
Foreleser kan starte forelesningen i denne kanalen ved å kalle på Zoom botten. Alt rett fra nettleseren
Etter møtet så tar du innspillingen i Zoom og laster opp i Stream
Her har jeg laget en egen fane i forelesningskanalen som viser en Stream kanal med fagkoden SF-203

Sjekk ut hele videoen her:

Switch Directory/Tenant for Azure subscription

Do you have Azure subscription for your organization and decided that you would like to test something out, but you do not want to mess or include users from your current Azure AD?

Well simply switch the user directory. This is perfect if you have a test Office 365 tenant or a testing environment and would like to test azure features with that directory.

Here is how:

  1. Create a new subscription in Azure portal
  2. Give that subscription to the user in your environment that is responsible for the subscription by adding him as an owner
  3. That user logs on to azure portal and navigates to Subscriptions
  4. Click on the subscription and select Change Directory / Bytt Katalog
  5. Select your new user catalog
  6. Log out and log in to the other directory (or click your profile image and click change directory
  7. Under Subscriptions you should see it.

Images below for visual aid:

This simple guide was created from here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/fundamentals/active-directory-how-subscriptions-associated-directory

How to copy or move a OneNote to Onedrive

If you have a OneNote notebook on your harddrive or on a shared drive like H: or L: etc. it is easy to move it to your OneDrive or OneDrive for Business. This guide will not work in the OneNote App. Use OneNote 2016 to move your notebook then use the app to open it.

Here is what you must do.

  1. Open OneNote 2016 or OneNote 2013 and ensure that you are logged in with your OneDrive account where you would like to store the notebook

2. Open your Notebooks by going to File and find your notebook.

If your Notebook is on your harddrive you will see the “Share on Web” button. If you do not see this button click the “Settings” on the notebook and select “properties” Jump to point 4 if this is the case.

3. If you saw the share button simply click it and select the location and click “Move Notebook”. You are done and you may now use the OneNote App and open the notebook from that location you selected. Remember to log in on your app with the same account.

And you are done

4. If you do not see that “Share” button, click the notebook and click properties

5. Click change location and save it temporarly to your harddrive (or onedrive, if you have synced it)

6. Now you may go back to Step 3 and move the notebook to Onedrive.

How to get complete Microsoft Teams Chat and channel history with eDiscovery

Did someone say something? or Do you just need to document what has been said for later?

Here is how you can use eDiscovery to get chat and channel history. In this guide I use the two following scenarios:

1. I need to find a chat with one certain keyword

2. I need to find all chats with a certain user or between certain users.

Here is what it looks like:

Search result from a private chat
search result from a channel

Here is what you need to do:

1. Get an admin to grant you an eDiscovery Role. You need this in order to view or pull reports. Have a conversation with your organization about having a manager or a reader role. There are plenty of roles to choose from but you MUST have a reviewer role to see the preview-results

How to set eDiscovery Manager premissions
Select the user and remember to click Save.

2. Now it is time to create an eDiscovery Search. Logon with our user that has the new rights (remember, even a global admin needs to be assigned this right. https://protection.office.com is where you log in. Then click “Search” and “Content Search”

Here is what the new search experience look like. You may switch back to the old one if you want to, black circle.

3. It is time to create some conditions in order to scope the search. I have images of two conditions below. One where I lookup a keyword and one where I lookup an user or external user. Remember, dont click save just yet. Jump to point 4 first below these images.

Here it will look for the keyword “Kommune”
Here it will look for a specific users interaction on your tenant

4. Now you may modify where to look in order to minimize the time it takes to run the eDiscovery query. Click on Modify and in this scenario I want the first option only for Microsoft Teams. Check the first slider and click save.

The search can also be scoped to users and groups or even teams inside this location picker.

5. While you run eDiscovery, your administrator will be notified by email. It looks like this:

eDiscovery has been executed by me.

6. I prefer the old eDiscovery preview so I will switch to the old panel in order to browse the results. Then select your search, if you do not see it just click refresh. Now on the right side click “Preview Search results” if your query is large it might take some time for the preview to be avaliable.

Time to get your results
This result will get the latest instance when I used the word “Kommune”

7. If you need an element simply click “Get Original item” and your chat string will be downloaded to you as a *.eml

That is it. Simple but with some clicking.

Benchmark for KingSpec 512gb mSATA SSD

After a while, the Wave 256gb mSATA chip started to fail and “drop” from Windows. Just decided that it might be time to replace the drive. On Banggood I found this item: Kingspec 512gb mSATA and it was priced affordably.

They deliver sizes up to 1TB and I now realize I should have bought the 1TB drive. Aw, to bad.

So how does it compare to the old Wave 256 GB and a Retail SanDisk mSATA SSD?

Answer: Quite Well! A bit better than the Wave 256 but way better than SanDisk. Check it out yourself:

Kingspec 512 mSATA SSD

SanDisk 512 GB mSATA SSD
Wave 256 GB mSATA SSD

Protect and Encrypt SPSS files with Azure Information Protection

Download the Azure Information Protection Client (Rights Management Service) client here:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53018 You can also get a distribution package in *.msi format.
Note that there is a separate viewer file which you can use in order to open protected files on a mac, pc or mobile phone.

  1. Install it (you will get a UAC promt).
  2. Find the SPSS file
  3. Right Click it and select “Classify and Protect”
  4. Login with your Azure AD account
  5. Select your label (you may add specific people and and expiration date)
  6. Click “Use”
  7. Now it is protected by your user personally and you may track the document.

To remove the protection, simply double click it and it will run and check your credentials. If approved SPSS will run 🙂

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