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    Elon Musk’s Tesla is recalling more than 475,000 Model 3 and Model S electric vehicles in the U.S. due to safety issues — this accounts for almost half of all Tesla’s sold domestically. The Verge reports that Tesla is recalling 475,000 of its vehicles in the U.S. — approximately half of the vehicles it has sold in the country — to address a number of safety issues, one of which is potential front trunk latch failure which would result in the hood of the car flying up while driving and obstructing the driver’s view through the windshield. Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveils the new Tesla factory in Fremont, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010. The new Tesla factory is the former NUMMI plant. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma) A Tesla with an open “frunk” subject to recall (AFP) The recalls apply to all Model 3 units sold between 2017 and 2020 and a number of Model S units. The Model 3 issue primarily relates to the car’s review camera which can be damaged by the opening and closing of the rear trunk. This can cause...
    It can be more sustainable and cost effective to solve a problem in your house using creativity instead of going to the shops, but it's questionable if the hacks shown in these photos would do more harm than good. Doc Journals has rounded up a of photos from around the world that have gone viral thanks to people's remarkable yet questionable ingenuity. Among the images is an individual from Russia, who used a seatbelt fastening as a latch on their gate, while another creative thinker from the United States, attempted to heat their pool by putting a wheelbarrow of coal in the middle and setting it alight.   Elsewhere, one person placed a candle underneath their tap to turn their cold water hot.  Doc Journals has rounded up a selection of viral photographs that show very unusual methods people have used to solve an everyday problem - including someone from Russia, who used a seatbelt as a latch on their gate  Feel the burn! One person, who lives in the United States, attempted to heat up their paddling pool by placing...
    ABC Lion Latch on "Shark Tank" Entrepreneur Lerin Lockwood took her company, Lion Latch, and its products, to the sharks on ABC’s “Shark Tank” to see if she could get one of the investors to invest in the company during the season 13 premiere. According to the episode synopsis, “a high school art teacher from Burnet, Texas, introduces the Sharks to her convenient and safe way to store jewelry when on the go.” The entrepreneur was able to pitch their company to Sharks Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner and guest Shark Emma Grede. Here’s what you should know about Uprising on “Shark Tank”:1. Lion Latch Is a Jewelry Boxinstagram.com/p/CUvq02DNANL/ Lion Latch may sound like a silly trinket, but it’s actually a jewelry box meant to hold onto valuables and keep them safe when people need to take them off or put things down. The product idea came about when Lerin Lockwood bent her engagement ring and completely ruined it after wearing the ring while coaching softball. One of the stones in the ring fell out, and...
    A cluster of Proud Boys gang up on a counterprotester during Sunday's anti-masking protest in downtown Los Angeles. Anyone hoping the Proud Boys might shrivel up and crawl away after Jan. 6—when  leading members ended up in jail for their roles in the Capitol insurrection in Washington—will be dismayed by the reality that asserted itself this weekend in Los Angeles: The far-right street-thug organization is alive and well and brutalizing people. Once again following their post-insurrection strategy of attaching themselves to local right-wing causes—ranging from “critical race theory” to abortion to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions—a group of Proud Boys showed up at an anti-masking/anti-vaccination protest in downtown Los Angeles and assaulted counterprotesters and journalists at the scene. One man was hospitalized after being stabbed by a masked Proud Boy multiple times. Not that you would have known any of this from local news coverage of the violence or from the Los Angeles Police Department. The Los Angeles Times report describes the anti-vaccination protest and the mayhem surrounding it, but there is no mention of Proud Boys’ presence in it. Likewise, an...
    DETROIT (AP) — Hyundai and Kia are recalling more than 600,000 vehicles in the U.S. because damage to the trunk latches can stop them from being opened from the inside. The recall covers certain 2016 through 2018 Kia Forte and 2018 and 2019 Kia Rio small cars. Also included are certain Hyundai Sonatas from 2017 and 2018, 2016 through 2018 Sonata Hybrids, 2018 through 2020 Hyundai Accents, and 2016 and 2017 Hyundai Azera cars. READ MORE: Crews Restoring Power To Hundreds Of Thousands In Michigan Documents posted Friday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration say that a person inside the trunk could become trapped due to the problem. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: August Payments Arriving In Parents Bank Accounts Dealers will replace the trunk latches at no cost to owners. Kia owners will be notified by mail starting Oct. 5. Hyundai owners will be notified starting Oct. 1. MORE NEWS: Heres A List Of Weekend Construction In Metro Detroit © 2021 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
    DETROIT (AP) — Hyundai and Kia are recalling more than 600,000 vehicles in the U.S. because damage to the trunk latches can stop them from being opened from the inside. The recall covers certain 2016 through 2018 Kia Forte and 2018 and 2019 Kia Rio small cars. Also included are certain Hyundai Sonatas from 2017 and 2018, 2016 through 2018 Sonata Hybrids, 2018 through 2020 Hyundai Accents, and 2016 and 2017 Hyundai Azera cars. Documents posted Friday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration say that a person inside the trunk could become trapped due to the problem. Dealers will replace the trunk latches at no cost to owners. Kia owners will be notified by mail starting Oct. 5. Hyundai owners will be notified starting Oct. 1. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    LET’S be honest – we have a hard enough time trying to keep the inside of our homes clean that we don’t have the energy to think much about what the outside looks like. Well the next time you’re giving your windows a once over, you might want to give this bloke’s “life hack” a go. TikTok/@axolotlreptilerescue 4 The TikTok user explained how cleans both side of his windows from inside Earlier this month, a TikTok user – who runs the Axolotl & Reptile Rescue UK page – shared his “genius” latch trick which allows him to clean both sides of his window from the inside. Speaking to his 9,700 followers, he said: “Hey guys, have you ever struggled to clean the back of your windows? I’m going to show you how.” To begin with, he took the window off the latch to make it open wider – but he still couldn’t reach the other side. Then, he pressed a button hiding in the frame to slide the window across and pushed the hinge up at the side. ...
    Is there anything worse than repeatedly dropping the super tiny screw that lets you install an M.2 solid-state drive in your PC? Yes, but it’s definitely up there on the list — and now, Asus has a solution. It’s called the Q-Latch, and it’s about as simple as it gets: a plastic retaining lever that you can rotate into place with the single swipe of your thumb. You can get one in several of Asus’ new Z590 and B560 motherboards, though it hasn’t rolled out to the company’s most expensive boards yet, as PCGamesN notes. This isn’t a brand-new idea, as the kind of business-oriented laptops and desktops that your sysadmin might have procured have sometimes featured plastic retaining clips in the past, but it’s the first time I’ve seen anything like this on DIY desktop components. More than one News Brig staffer is happy to see Asus doing something about this. New SSDs don’t typically come with these screws, so you generally have to carefully save the ones from your motherboard if you want to install one later...
    Bengals’ Trae Waynes to miss time after undergoing pectoral surgery 9 Products That Make Freezing Food SO Much Easier How to Fix a Door That Won’t Stay Closed Loose door latches can happen whether your home is just off the market or old and full of character. The reasons vary. Here's a guide on how to assess the situation, figure out what's wrong with your door's alignment, and correct the issue so that all your doors click closed with no issues. Trust us, it's pretty easy! You can count this one among these 40 home repairs that anyone can do. © pondpony/Getty Images Tools you’ll need: 4-in-1 screwdriver Cordless drill Drill bit set File Hammer Vise Wood chisel Materials you’ll need: Lipstick Wood filler Project step-by-step Step 1: Lipstick test © Family Handyman When a door latch won’t catch, it’s because the latch doesn’t align with the hole in the strike plate. Sometimes you can clearly see the misalignment. If not, do the “lipstick test.” Smear lipstick on the latch and stick masking...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The Ezpz Happy Mat is a sectioned plate built into a placemat that catches falling food. Michelle Piccolo/Business Insider The Ezpz Happy Mat and Happy Bowl are silicone placemats with built-in plates and bowls that are designed for toddlers and preschool-age children. The placemats are designed to stick to the table using suction. Toddlers cannot pull on the plate or bowl to remove the mat. I tried both products with my 2-year-old son, and they made dinnertime easier for me and more fun for him. On This Page The materials and design of the Ezpz Happy Mat and Happy Bowl How the Happy Mat and Happy Bowl performed The cons The bottom line If I had to describe in one word what it's like at mealtime with a toddler, I would say "messy." Food, utensils, plates, bowls, and cups are constantly being dropped (or thrown) onto the floor, and the...
    DETROIT – Ford is recalling about 2.5 million vehicles in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere because of a nagging door latch problem and a brake fluid leak. Some 2013-2015 Ford Escapes are included in the door latch recall. (Ford) The door latch recall covers more than 2.1 million cars, SUVs and vans in the U.S. The latches can fail and cause the doors to open while the vehicles are moving. It's the third recall for the same problem. Ford also is recalling nearly 344,000 F-150 pickups in the U.S. and Canada to fix a fluid leak from the brake master cylinder. The company says the problem has caused seven low-speed crashes with two injuries. Ford has had nagging quality troubles with the latches, some car transmissions and other issues that have hurt its bottom line. The company said Wednesday the previous door latch recalls were done because of defective pawl spring tabs that could crack and fail in high temperatures. Usually the doors won’t close if there’s a failure, but if they do close, they could open again while...
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