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Made by Monkeys
Content posted in July 2011
The Maytag Repairman Is Plenty Busy
Made by Monkeys 
7/27/2011  23 comments
Maytag used to pride itself on high-quality appliances. Lately they've been showing up in the Monkeys blog.
Crumbled Plastic Intake Manifold Strands Motorist
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7/25/2011  12 comments
The monkeys came out when Ford engineers were designing the company's 4.6-liter engines.
Monkeys Designed My Ford E-150 V-6 Motor
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7/21/2011  5 comments
Finally, an honest used car dealership Ė they were willing to take my monkey-infested van back.
Monkeys Messed Up My HP Scanjet, Big Time
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7/12/2011  14 comments
The HP Scanjet 5590 was just one monkeyed-up problem after another.
Outsmarting the Appliance Monkey
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7/8/2011  13 comments
One way to outsmart the monkeys is to use the trouble-shooting guide that may be hidden in your appliance.
Monkeys Got to My Refrigerator Motor
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7/1/2011  11 comments
When the Sears refrigerator motor went bad, it was quite surprising to discover how the motor was designed. Even the monkeys laughed.




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