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Sherlock Ohms
Content posted in February 2012
Solder Blamed for Faulty Window Operation
Sherlock Ohms 
2/29/2012  27 comments
After an accident, the windows on the Honda Odyssey did not quite work correctly.
Case of the Faulty Oscillator
Sherlock Ohms 
2/27/2012  19 comments
We couldn't figure out why the oscillator was faulty. We should have looked at who touched it last.
Flawed Connections Need Careful Examining
Sherlock Ohms 
2/23/2012  17 comments
Sometimes the only way to identify an electronics problem is to get a good look at the situation.
Case of the Reversed Power Switches
Sherlock Ohms 
2/17/2012  13 comments
When everything you do to fix the motor fails, it's time to examine your assumptions.
Case of the Plunging Insulation Resistance Values
Sherlock Ohms 
2/16/2012  9 comments
Not all measurements can be trusted, especially if you're using improvised equipment.
Case of the Process Variations
Sherlock Ohms 
2/15/2012  10 comments
Sometimes it's surprising how much a composite shell can shrink after curing and cooling to room temperature.
Rewound Motor Saves Refrigerator
Sherlock Ohms 
2/13/2012  30 comments
Sometimes the real problem is hard to see. Sometimes the fix is even harder to see.
Can You Hear Air Traffic Control Now?
Sherlock Ohms 
2/8/2012  10 comments
After several years of ground-to-air noise, Sherlock Ohms brought clarity to Air Traffic Control.
Dehumidifier Saved by Oil & a Syringe
Sherlock Ohms 
2/1/2012  46 comments
Sometimes all you need to fix a broken appliance is oil and a willingness to take things apart.




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