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Have you ever fixed anything by just giving it a good smack? If so, what was it?

1 year ago by funhonestdude with 7 comments

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  • Boudicca
    +6

    Old school t.v. Gave it a whack on the side every now and again to keep it in order. Flat screen t.v's don't have the same satisfying width for rigorous smacking.

    • sgfc
      +5

      Yep I used to have a tv that required regular whacks.

  • sgfc (edited 1 year ago)
    +5

    Not really fixed but the hood of a friend's car was stuck shut once. On the tv show Happy Days the Fonz once opened a hood by banging on it so I said "Here I am going to pull a Fonzie move" and boom, it popped right open. I'm sure it was much funnier then as we were pretty fried.

  • CatLady
    +4

    Not that I can think of but I just wanted to say that my son refers to that as "percussive maintenance".

  • jenjen1352
    +4

    Um my computer!

    Occasionally I heard a strange electronic noise. After a while I decided it must be my computer so I whacked it (gently). The noise stopped. Later I discovered it was the hard drive I had sitting on top of the computer. Luckily they both survived and have been quite since.

  • mcoorlim
    +3

    My humidifier. It makes this awful grinding noise whenever I turn it on, until I give it a good thump.

  • SMcIntyre
    +2

    Old NES games, more times than I can count.