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It works just fine. Never had a problem with it.
If it ain't broke; dont fix it.
When I was a child my teachers in elementary school, always reminded us that "a bad workman blames his tools"
This year I hung them on the christmas tree instead of the regular lights.
I have an amazing tan for this time of the year.
A thirty second shine with pit polish and a paper towel works great.
A five second shine with pit polish and a polishing wheel will achieve the same results.
Time for a new battery, if you can find one.jhickman1 wrote: it doesnt hold a charge at all. I get maybe 1 or 2 chips out of it before it needs to be charged.
I opened my battery packs up and replaced the batteries inside them.
Knowing how to solder can be an asset.
The original repairman drilled a big hole at the impact point of the star break and then filled that drill hole.
All four legs were left unfilled.
I see this all the time.
Maybe its a good thing for insurance companies to check on workmanship.