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Sherlock Ohms
Content posted in May 2012
Dishwasher's Jammed Water Pump Blamed on Bug
Sherlock Ohms 
5/31/2012  46 comments
It was pieces of a broken glass, not a water bug, that jammed the water pump on the dishwasher.
Batteries' Chargers Require a Little Muscle
Sherlock Ohms 
5/24/2012  48 comments
The backup batteries on the medical pumps kept failing. For some reason, the electricity from the wall outlets was not making it to the pump.
Monitor Goes Dark Over Cheap Components
Sherlock Ohms 
5/22/2012  43 comments
The monitor kept blanking out. A look inside revealed that cheap components had blown a decent product.
Failing Sensors Cause Consternation
Sherlock Ohms 
5/16/2012  12 comments
Wire insulation can make the difference between success and failure in sensors.
Freight Train Kills Cellphone Signal
Sherlock Ohms 
5/9/2012  15 comments
If your antenna malfunctions every day at a specific time, it could be the ghost is running on schedule.
Case of the Failing 'C' Batteries
Sherlock Ohms 
5/4/2012  27 comments
Sometimes failures during the testing function say more about the test than the product.




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