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Content posted in April 2012
Pushbutton Problem Blanks Dehumidifier
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4/30/2012  21 comments
The dehumidifier came with pushbuttons that couldn't take the humidity.
Slim Profile Hampers Cable Shielding Tape
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4/26/2012  40 comments
A tape manufacturer created ultra-thin conductive tape that was so thin, it had no conductive abilities.
Heat Pump Runs Hot & Cold
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4/25/2012  13 comments
The smallest connector can cause major problems with a heat pump over the years.
Missing Bearing Breaks Garage Door Opener
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4/20/2012  25 comments
What happens when the bearings are missing from the design of your garage door opener? You get a new one.
Refrigerator Is Hot to the Touch
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4/16/2012  29 comments
When your refrigerator is hot instead of cold, you have a problem.
Rocket Team Notes Curious Design Feature
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4/11/2012  8 comments
The rocket needed a fix to defuse static buildup, but the cure was worse than the problem.
Poor Lamp Socket Design Sparks Danger
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4/10/2012  28 comments
It's time for a new approach to lamp socket design, especially when choosing materials and manufacturing methods.
Broken Toaster Had Hidden Fix
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4/9/2012  39 comments
After tearing apart the broken toaster, we found a simple control on the bottom would have easily fixed the problem.




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