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Content posted in May 2012
Dryer's Heater Element Ran Red Hot
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5/30/2012  30 comments
The Kenmore dryer worked fine, except the heating unit got stuck at red hot.
Metal Trumps Plastic in Lawnmower
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5/21/2012  46 comments
The plastic gears in the wheels of the mower were not enough to stand up to the steel gears in the drive shaft.
Shop Vac Flaws Grind Use to a Halt
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5/15/2012  34 comments
Trying to fix the shop vac's motor revealed a slew of design problems.
Engine Shakeup Stumps Service Crew
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5/10/2012  101 comments
When the engine isn't running right, sometimes you have to wait until it breaks before you learn why.
Cutlery Basket Damages Dishwasher's Rep
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5/3/2012  39 comments
The poorly designed utensil basket on this dishwasher could have been improved for just a few pennies.




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