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John repositions the fan grille on the vintage GE fan. He also shortens the coaxial cable on the antenna. Peter and Joe discover a bad NON-polarized electrolytic capacitor on the food processor. Kevin finds a shot motor on the air purifier. He and Emily discover the internal adjustment mechanisms needed its contacts cleaned. D15 ... See MoreSee Less

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Fixers Collective updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Emily checks out a CD player whose tray won't open and close properly. Joe deep cleans the nozzle portion of a Miele vacuum cleaner. Charlie recommends repair strategies for Laura's egg timer and flashlight. Kevin spies a power problem on the Bose Wave Radio. He also advises a repair strategy for a wheel on the Electrolux Automatic-G vacuum cleaner. Emily cleans out the headphone jack on the HTC One (M8). John performs some adjustments on a bicycle. He and Charlie try to mate a 1920's microscope with the Nikon UFX-IIA microscope camera attachment. D54 ... See MoreSee Less

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Been inspired to sew with an old machine, but things seem a little... off? It's time to give your machine some TLC (and be ready for our Summer bowtie class)! Sew Queer is teaming up with The Make Fix Anything Project to bring you a class where you can learn to fix your sewing machine yourself *and* receive a refresher in how to use it. Just bring us your machine and we'll provide the tools and know-how. Sign up here--tickets are going fast! www.eventbrite.com/e/clean-your-sewing-machine-tickets-44678742321

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The space heater heated up but its fan did not turn. Joe, Irwin, and John reassemble a handmade wooden chair. Tony lubricates the rails on a DVD player. John finds a broken, decayed, belt in the carousel CD player. The Toshiba laptop power jack needed replacement and its left hinge will need deep surgery. The rolling luggage telescoping handle wasn't telescoping. Joe reinforces and repairs two walking canes D25 ... See MoreSee Less

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