Putting The Batteries In Backward

https://i1.wp.com/www.businessweek.com/managing/economic_recovery/blog/archives/battery.jpgFaulty LCD? Ruptured diode? Missing solder? Static electricity buildup? Insufficient memory? Spent batteries? Cracked greenboard? Electromagnetic interference? Nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, and nope. The reason that handheld device won’t work is because someone misread the eye-bleedingly tiny diagram that shows how the batteries should be installed.

On the plus side, Microsoft has come up with a piece of tech designed to correct this problem. But, seeing as how it may take a while for it to become mainstream, I just gotta say…

Let Putting The Batteries In Backward Die

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2 responses to “Putting The Batteries In Backward

  1. Fighterlegend

    But the Microsoft invention won’t work with any mobile phones. The batteries are too thin sir!

  2. Hah, I never look at the “+” and “-” signs when I install batteries, assuming I have 50% chances of geetting it right.

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