How to Fix Damn Near Everything
"How to Fix Damn Near Everything" is an invaluable manual that will free you from the high price of home repairs, shoddy workmanship, and repairmen who don't arrive at their specified time. Franklin Peterson takes the mystery out of fixing kitchen appliances, motorized gadgets, power tools, camera equipment, radios, plumbing, furniture, and much more. His key to successful do-it-yourself repairs is not a degree from an engineering school but rather a positive state of mind--something everyone can achieve.
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THE FINE ART OF TROUBLESHOOTING
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