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#51 gmussman

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 10:30 PM

Aw, come on! You just bolt it on and it works? No chance of ruining everything with a shaky hand while doing delicate work in the five free minutes before the kids wake up? No worry your math was wrong? You don't have to take it apart or learn a circuit diagram or do soldering or NOTHIN'? And its CHEAP?

I don't get it.

#52 SteveG

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 02:54 PM

Aw, come on! You just bolt it on and it works? No chance of ruining everything with a shaky hand while doing delicate work in the five free minutes before the kids wake up? No worry your math was wrong? You don't have to take it apart or learn a circuit diagram or do soldering or NOTHIN'? And its CHEAP?

I don't get it.


You get five minutes? Lucky you!
No worries - my math is always wrong!
Unfortunately you do have to take it apart - to install the 9v battery :-)


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