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Content posted in May 2013
TEK Scope Fixes Itself
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5/27/2013  14 comments
When your lab is only one scope, one meter, and one homebrew function generator and power supply, the scope is stage center. But this one wasn't working right.
Are the Power Windows Really the Problem?
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5/21/2013  14 comments
The power windows were working as they were supposed to. That was one problem. Operator error was the other.
The Brake Sensor’s Gone Mad
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5/20/2013  28 comments
The brakes work just fine, but the brake sensor light has a life of its own.
The Messed Up RF Generator
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5/15/2013  9 comments
After the Monkeys messed with the RF generator, it was a puzzle to get it right.
The Membrane Keys Messed With the Dishwasher
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5/10/2013  41 comments
Watch out for membrane key cables that won't do their job.
Power Glitch Tunes Out TV
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5/6/2013  59 comments
All of the controls to this TV are in the remote. But the remote stopped working and the company doesn't offer a replacement.
This Phone Upgrade Will Take You Down
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5/2/2013  37 comments
The phone message suggested a software upgrade, but the upgrade took on a life of its own.
A Decent 5mL Pipettor Was a Pipe Dream
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5/1/2013  7 comments
The 1mL pipettors were a hassle to use, but just wait until you see the problems with the 5mL versions.




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