Love it. That's like watching my neighbor trying to get to a blown light
bulb by spinning the entire light fixture, with the switch on. I barely
had time to say "stop, don't....." before sparks were shooting out of
the ceiling, then the breaker blew. It's surprising how little some
people know. I fell blessed that my dad was mr. fix-it, the films in
7th grade shop class starring "primitive pete" helped too.
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Andrew Fildes wrote:
> Oh that's nasty. I'm sure that you were awfully polite when you
> explained to her that she should have used a 2lb hammer and a
> Stillson wrench instead.
> Reminds of the time when I worked as a customer relations minion for
> a fan company and someone rang in to complain that her kitchen fan
> had exploded. It was a type that was removable from the window for
> cleaning and it transpire that she had taken it out, dunked it in a
> sink full of hot, soapy water, put it back, plugged it in and
> switched on. Must have been quite spectacular. I explained very
> carefully, referred her to the excellent instructions, tried not to
> giggle and we replaced it because that was more or less policy but
> she was still utterly convinced that it was our fault in some way and
> was seriously ungrateful.
> Somehow that still annoys me a little.
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