My fine motor skills stink. Any soldering I end up doing is cold solder. _But_ I remember taking stuff apart and fixing things that are broken many times in my life, going through schematics, parts lists, troubleshooting and down to a certain level (tiny screws and wire wrapping/clips/popping chips in and out are my limit of acuity), and given enough time, I can fix a lot of things. Yet, you’re not supposed to. Think about how silly that is: You own something, you should be able to fix it. But no.

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