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I think my mouse fried...

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:lol:I figured you guys would get a kick out of it...:lol: I'll stick to Logitech I guess... :glare: Looks quite mousy to me...

 

 

if it's in the house it's a mouse. if it's outside it's a rat :)

 

 

 

the following pic is another one of thsoe "god knows where it came from pics... but just as bad.

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That happened to our oven once, long ago... :lol: (actually, it's not all that funny :()

 

 

How'd the oven get in your case?????

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How'd the oven get in your case?????

 

Long story... but you'll need a llama, flexible tubing, plexiglass, lye, kentucky bourbon, 3 cubic feet of prawn crackers and somebody who is fluent in Esperanto.

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LOL wow....wonder how the mouse even got in. perhaps he took a risk and jumped through the blades of death fans ahah.

but what if they had like 92mm tornado fans........splatterfest?

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LOL wow....wonder how the mouse even got in. perhaps he took a risk and jumped through the blades of death fans ahah.

but what if they had like 92mm tornado fans........splatterfest?

Probably not a splatter fest, but there would most likely be blood. My thumb still shakes at the mention of my old Volcano 7...

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And you call yourself a computer tech :P.

Computers and Ovens are two different things. I may call myself a computer tech, but I don't call myself an electrician or appliance tech :P. In any case, how am I supposed to know a blue line in an MS Paint drawing represent grounding? :P:lol:

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In any case, how am I supposed to know a blue line in an MS Paint drawing represent grounding? :P:lol:
Perhaps the universal and world-renowned "ground symbol" at the end of the unconventional blue line would be a clue? :P Edited by 94Camaro

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Actually, it was at the back (dunno why there was exposed power... maybe it chewed a wire)

 

Maybe this awesome schematic will help: post-8314-1200000191_thumb.jpg

Yes folks, you saw it here first. A schematic of a mouse in an oven. :D

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Perhaps the univeral and world-renowned "ground symbol" at the end of the unconventional blue line would be a clue? :P

I was thinking the same thing.

 

Yes folks, you saw it here first. A schematic of a mouse in an oven. :D

Now we just need to make it an official OCC guide.

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Perhaps the univeral and world-renowned "ground symbol" at the end of the unconventional blue line would be a clue? :P

I was thinking the same thing.

Now we just need to make it an official OCC guide.

:withstupid:

:P

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I'm glad you all liked it :P (And, yes it probably would have been more obvious if I used green/yellow but I wasn't really thinking too hard about it ;))

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