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Content posted in July 2012
My Wine Fridge Ate Its Fuse
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7/30/2012  13 comments
The wine cooler looked great, but it wouldn't work. The fuse just wasn't up to its task.
Crack Fix for Pesky Oven Bulb
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7/24/2012  26 comments
The bulbs on this otherwise great dual cooker caused quite a problem when they needed to be changed.
Loose Screw Sends Power Wagon Racing
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7/19/2012  24 comments
One loose screw and the power wagon has a mind of its own, accelerating by itself.
Modem Nearly Trashed Over Forgotten Password
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7/16/2012  21 comments
To fix the modem, you needed a password. If you couldn't remember the password, you were told you had to replace the unit.
Mechanical Switches Solve Sprinkler Control Problem
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7/11/2012  21 comments
Simple mechanical switches triumphed over an overly complicated "simple" user interface.
Missing Magnet Revives Washing Machine
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7/5/2012  35 comments
A critical magnet -- that was not even indicated in the user manual to be part of the washer -- was missing.
There's a Heater in the Freezer
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7/3/2012  31 comments
Design News' own Richard Nass recently ran into a problem with his refrigerator, leading him to believe it was made by monkeys.
Salt Container May Raise Your Blood Pressure
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7/2/2012  28 comments
Flaws in the plastic injection molding process made the popcorn salt a mess.




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