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Content posted in October 2012
Snafus With the Speakers
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10/31/2012  38 comments
The owner of this audio equipment manufacturer discovered monkeys in his assembly operation.
The Datsun's Wiring Was a Mess
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10/26/2012  19 comments
The Datsun 1200 was one wiring problem after another.
Disastrous Automotive Soldering Connections
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10/23/2012  23 comments
Car after car had the same running lights problem -- poor soldering joints.
Not So Simple Mirror Replacement
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10/16/2012  34 comments
Replacing the side view mirror on the Nissan Frontier looks easy, until you have to find the cable connector.
Lousy Cables Made by Somebody’s Brother-in-Law
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10/10/2012  20 comments
The motors kept failing due to faulty cables. Who was responsible for them?
The Rust & Squeak of a Brand New Mower
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10/9/2012  18 comments
The mower was brand new, so why did the wheels quickly rust and squeak?
Hot-Seat Emergency in the Outback
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10/1/2012  37 comments
What were the Outback designers thinking when they placed the emergency button and the seat warmer switch in bumpable positions?




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