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Content posted in August 2013
Mixed Metals Cause Faucet Failure
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8/28/2013  19 comments
Combining different metals in the presence of water can cause damaging corrosion.
This Dishwasher Isn't Waterproof
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8/26/2013  22 comments
The control panel of the dishwasher is on top of the door. Once it gets wet, it's bound to fail.
Sprinkler Spigot Stops Short
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8/22/2013  19 comments
The four-spigot timed sprinkler system was too big to attach to the water outlet.
The Blower Was a Boggled Design
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8/20/2013  18 comments
Replacing the heater blower was an exercise in frustration and skinned knuckles.
Toyota’s Catastrophe of Cool Features
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8/9/2013  27 comments
The Toyota had some cool features, but they were ultimately a disaster.
The Troublesome Toyota Minivan
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8/2/2013  45 comments
The new Toyota minivan came with new dash controls. Unfortunately, they're harder to use than the old ones.
Dishwasher Failed the Toddler Test
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8/1/2013  31 comments
If a toddler can destroy a dishwasher, the appliance was simply not durable enough.




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