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Content posted in March 2012
Shop Brass Damaged the Clipper Ship
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3/29/2012  14 comments
Shop brass -- a cheap version of bronze -- may not be strong enough to hold a clipper together.
Homeowner Overrides Three-Speed Fan Switch
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3/27/2012  31 comments
One tug on the chain of a three-speed fan should turn it on at slow speed, right? Not this time.
Monoxide Detector Balky About Batteries
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3/22/2012  48 comments
In order to put the batteries in this carbon monoxide detector, you have to break it.
Double-Lock the Lock-Outs, or Lose a Hand
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3/13/2012  33 comments
When shutting down a line for maintenance, make sure the lock-out is double locked.
Washer Bearings Washed Out Early
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3/9/2012  27 comments
Even though the bearings gave out early, this consumer still swears by front-load washing machines.
Machine Control System Won’t Communicate
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3/7/2012  9 comments
When troubleshooting a communication problem, don't overlook the simplest setting.
Faulty Door Latch Frustrates Owner
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3/1/2012  30 comments
The new storm door was great, but the latch needed help, over and over again.




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