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Content posted in November 2011
Case of the Failing Thermistors
Sherlock Ohms 
11/30/2011  12 comments
Thermistors were failing by the handful. The contract manufacturer had to find a fix and prove the fix to the customer.
The Case of the RF Disturbances
Sherlock Ohms 
11/23/2011  25 comments
RF disturbances can stretch for miles, throwing electronics haywire.
Case of the Non-Magnetized TV Magnet
Sherlock Ohms 
11/17/2011  20 comments
Sometimes the most obvious component -- the one you would never check -- is the one that is failing the system.
Mystery of the Failing Ignition
Sherlock Ohms 
11/14/2011  20 comments
Sometimes a manufacturing flaw can take 27 years to finally cause consternation.
Case of the Tricky Water Pressure Switch
Sherlock Ohms 
11/9/2011  11 comments
This Sherlock was a tad too quick to identify the problem. The penalty was $75.
Did a Forklift Fire Burn Down the Store?
Sherlock Ohms 
11/2/2011  6 comments
A fire investigation found that a forklift with faulty design and repairs was responsible for a fire.




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