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How to handle a defective product

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How to handle a defective product
Author: Chuck Hinton


Youtube: Björk explains all the small things that could go wrong with your electronics.

SO, you got some new do-dad for your stereo, once you hook it up, you find you have: Hum, buzz, distortion, no power, or some other issue. Here are the best ways to handle the situation and the order in which you should do them.

But funniest of all - have a look as Björk explains all the small things that could go wrong with your electronics.

Read the complete article in the latest issue of our eMagazine at HomeToys.com
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Yes, I get all my electronic advice from Bjork

I kinda hoped one of the capacitors would have discharged when she went poking around in there.

post #3 of 7
She reminds me of "patrick" describing his cables. unfortunately he deleted all his videos from youtube...
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How did this make it to the front page? It is clearly a joke, maybe even an April Fools joke as it was published in April.
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Originally Posted by Netko350Z View Post

Yes, I get all my electronic advice from Bjork

I kinda hoped one of the capacitors would have discharged when she went poking around in there.


I was thinking the same thing. Silly set guys probably discharged the flyback first. To bad for missed opportunity.
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You have to remember, Icelandic is her first language.

Besides, who cares what she was saying, she is hot.
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She's hot?! Remember when she dressed up as a swan and 'layed an egg'? There's kooky and there's kooky...
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