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Content posted in April 2013
Quick Fix for Ever-Popping Pole Saw
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4/25/2013  11 comments
Was this saw designed poorly, or was the problem operator error?
DVD Player Controls Frustrate Movie Buff
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4/24/2013  18 comments
The placement of the buttons on this DVD player make no sense at all.
These Jumper Cables Won't Get the Car Started
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4/23/2013  28 comments
The jumper cables just didn't have the substance to get the job done.
Rain Knocks Mower Out of Service
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4/17/2013  32 comments
When you can't get replacement parts, an $8,000 lawn mower becomes nothing more than a lawn ornament.
We Just Can't Get a Handle on This Pan
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4/8/2013  48 comments
The same size handle is being used on all sizes of pans in this Jamie Oliver collection from Tefal. Will the monkey who designed this please step forward?
Printer Wars: See Who Emerged Victorious
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4/5/2013  36 comments
The HP printer came to the end of its useful life because it could not keep up with technology. The Epson machine was just plain greedy with its ink.
Helicopter Had Lift & Pitch, But No Yaw
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4/2/2013  15 comments
A simple soldering problem kept a 13-year-old boy from enjoying the three-channel, radio-controlled helicopter he received for Christmas.




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