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Joe replaces the fuse in the space heater. David replaces the switch in another space heater. Wynn helps reconnect the wire on the clock's battery terminal. He also reseats the hands on a wall clock. Rocco uses a heat gun, a screwdriver, tweezers, an X-Acto knife, spring steel, and a used Metrocard, to replace the battery on a Motorola Z Force Droid phone. John examines why the bass guitar generates no output to the amp. Joe and Emily bend the RJ11 wires back on the phone's port D26 ... See MoreSee Less

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6:45 precisely speaks to our experiences during a Repair Session. We followed that hairbrush closely, too! 😁😁😁

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Joe and Emily discover a bad commutator in the Dyson vacuum cleaner (quite the PITA). David finds bad blades in the Nutribullet. CD Player likely has a bad laser. Peter tinkers with the robotic arm. Wynn deep cleans two hair dryers, and adjusts the settings on the white-noise machine. Rocco realigns the power switch on the Bluetooth speaker. John cleans the battery terminals off two speedlites. Peter and John recommend working around the bad speaker for an LED Projector. Vincent advises Karen to use Coconut Battery to test the iPhone battery's health. Chi continues to work on the meditation box. D45 ... See MoreSee Less

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2018 for repair was 🔥2018 was a record year for Right to Repair. In addition to landing unprecedented legislative victories, repair also got tons of mainstream visibility. Here's our round-up of all the biggest highlights: bit.ly/2EE51dx ... See MoreSee Less

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Hello, I have a couch in which some seat springs broke. I've tried finding new springs but can't get the correct size. Do you think lawn furniture webbing under the seat cushion would hold up? TIA ... See MoreSee Less

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