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Alan repairs a mechanical light switch timer
posted December 1 2014 20:25.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Alan from hackedgadgets found this old and busted mechanical timer and he thought that he could restore this piece back to life. And so he did! He discovered that it had a microswitch which was operating normally, but the problem was with a mechanical part that was broken. A nail and some glue gave it life again!



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