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You may have read or heard today about Dell's 4.1 million defective
laptop PC batteries.
Dell has a Web site that helps you determine whether your PC will
spontaneously combust on your khakis. It includes this gem:
"If your battery does not reflect of these markings, it is not impacted
and you may exit the site."
I guess whoever wrote the Web site content also wrote the original QC
procedures for the batteries...
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