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Believe it or not, we DO (engineers that is) anticipate manufacturing failures.. and often calculate the anticipated failure rates for such during the development process (you know, you do have to plan for parts availability)
As an engineer myself, I also operate within these practices. History shows us, however, that not every failure is anticipated AND promptly addressed. Hundreds of millions of laptop batteries were recalled only after a very long delay. Most computer manufacturers (including Apple, Dell, and HP) never acknowledged the widespread capacitor problem -- much less issued recalls.

Lets get back to the situation at hand, shall we? Some users are experiencing issues and we try to provide solutions.
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