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Content posted in May 2013
Rebooting the Van
Sherlock Ohms 
5/27/2013  28 comments
Now that automotive electronics are as complex as a personal computer, sometimes they need a reboot like a computer.
Fuse Holder Mismatched to Fuse
Sherlock Ohms 
5/20/2013  17 comments
If the fuse and fuse holder don't match up right, hefty repair bills might follow.
The Power of Secret Energy
Sherlock Ohms 
5/14/2013  21 comments
The light amid darkness increased suspicions. A secret power source was the answer.
The Case of the Cantankerous Battery Cells
Sherlock Ohms 
5/10/2013  7 comments
At the battery factory, a number of things can go wrong, from lousy suppliers to oddball crimping.
A Perfect Storm of Device Stress
Sherlock Ohms 
5/9/2013  11 comments
The recording device failed when it heard a loud, screeching voice.
What's the Time?
Sherlock Ohms 
5/8/2013  52 comments
The radio station couldn't keep its clock synchronized. Apparently, the power company was goofing up the time.
Altered Design Hampers Transmitters
Sherlock Ohms 
5/7/2013  10 comments
The cooling system on the space transmitters ran into problems from metallic goo. Someone improvised a mess.
The Power of Human Touch
Sherlock Ohms 
5/3/2013  15 comments
When all of the testing via instruments leave a problem unsolved, it may be time to deploy human senses.




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