All posts by Darin Gilchrist

Hi! I’m desperate to find someone in northern Manhattan to help me repair my KitchenAid mixer. I need to replace the speed lever—I have the part, and I think I’ve managed most of the disassembly but I’ve hit a snag and don’t know what to do. Will there be a gathering anytime soon? ... See MoreSee Less

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David restores the connection on a set of Phillips Hue LED lights. He and Mandy work on Mandy's drone and luggage. Charlie refurbs the battery pack on a set of wearable LEDs. David rewires a Tiffany-inspired lamp. He and Wynn work on some jewelry to ensure it doesn't come undone. Vincent finds a replacement AC adapter for the under-cabinet DVD player. David fixes a toaster mechanism so that Donna won't have to keep the button down manually. Kevin finds a bad nichrome wire on Elissa's toaster. Mike works to grant root access to her Sony Xperia phone. Vincent suspects a corrupt Windows OS, and CHKDSK told everyone the last step would take five hours. D25 ... See MoreSee Less

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Any chance you have a spot welder at the next session? ... See MoreSee Less

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A to Z Wireless comes through! Like Jessa Jone's case, there was a tragedy. Also like Jessa, A to Z recovered data when others failed. #win ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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Joe examines and lubricates the wall clock. Vincent finds bad capacitors on the AC adapter for the DVD player. Jack takes a look-see at the mini camcorder. Tony prepares data migration for one laptop and examines another for sudden shutdown syndrome. Emily rewires a lamp and gives the electric kettle a once-over. She and Joe examine a clock radio. D25 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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Emily and Jay revive the electric kettle. Mike rewires the table lamp. Charlie examines the fitness of a light-duty hair dryer for heavier duty work. He also just gets a pair of Sony Bluetooth headphones to crack open to examine the battery. Vincent extracts a broken headphone jack out of a laptop. He and Mike examine an XBox 360 controller which fails its self-test. D25 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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Light-hearted, but seriously demonstrates the importance of technical writing, especially for repair guides Watch what happens when the instructions are ... less than 100% clear.

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This dad follows his kid's PB&J sandwich instructions very literally 🥪🤣
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1 month ago  ·  

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