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My homepage works fine with Internet Explorer.

But if I load the homepage in Firefox, Firefox opens a specific page, washer.html.

Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

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I just pulled up appliancerepairrus.com in Chrome 10 and got redirected to appliancerepairrus.com/washer.html. –  Matt Ball Apr 13 '11 at 2:43

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Your website uses Google website optimizer to do a so-called A/B test. This will randomly show some visitors (in your case: some browser) another page.

Removing

<script>utmx("url",'A/B');</script> 

should help. If you cannot remove that yourself, then I guess there must be some setting in Google web optimizer itself, which defines which pages are shown. Just have both pages refer to the homepage then.

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Thank you, That did fix the prob! –  Harold Apr 13 '11 at 12:52

I just pulled it up in FF 4, and it loaded the root page, as expected. Perhaps your browser has cached a redirect request; try clearing it's cache and hitting the root page again.

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