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Made by Monkeys
Content posted in August 2011
Maytag Monkeys May Send Me Back to Hand Washing
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8/31/2011  15 comments
The keyboard on the dishwasher failed time after time. The solution may be life without a dishwasher.
Bad Service Prompts Low-Tech Purchase
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8/30/2011  20 comments
After suffering repeated repairs on a new washing machine, this customer sought out a low-tech replacement.
Hidden Hose Stymies Homeowner
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8/26/2011  21 comments
Yet another story of a fridge with a monkey'd up water and ice dispenser.
Airbag Indicator Light Irks Vehicle Owner
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8/24/2011  20 comments
Just how heavy do you have to be to avoid the "airbag disabled" indicator? Ask the monkeys.
If It Isn't Broken, Don't Replace It
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8/17/2011  15 comments
The engineering on new appliances seems to be more monkey-prone than the engineering on older ones.
Weak Springs Cause Power Steering Problems
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8/15/2011  17 comments
Three months after my girlfriend’s daughter purchased a 2005 Chevy Cobalt with 45,000 miles in 2009, per our recommendation, the power steering stopped working, intermittently.
My BMW Remembered Bad Settings
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8/10/2011  11 comments
The memory settings for mirrors and seats on the 2002 BMW X5 SUV are a mess tangled up by monkeys.
Screaming Engine Prompts Generator Fix
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8/8/2011  6 comments
My generator failed. When I bought the replacement part, I could tell they had discovered their monkey mistakes.
Monkeys Messed Up My GE Profile Washer
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8/3/2011  25 comments
Watch out for GE's 'green' washers -- this reader found a mess of Monkey engineering.
Monkeys Designed My 2011 Yamaha Jet Boat
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8/1/2011  19 comments
Even new Yamaha Jet Boats need aftermarket parts in order to maneuver properly at low speeds.




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