Purposefully fudged schematics
julesrichardsonuk at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jan 4 19:23:35 CST 2007
Tony Duell wrote:
> I am wondering what the use is of a schematic that contains deliberate
> errors that are significant enough to stop the machine from working. OK,
> you can't use it to make a copy, but you surely can't also use it to
> repair the real machine (what do you do if the faulty part is a section
> that has errors in the schematics?).
Yes, I can't figure that either. Surely it just annoys customers, plus incurs
printing costs for the manufacturer? Why not just not release any schematics
in the first place?
A very strange practice indeed. I've seen errors on schematics before, but
I've not heard of them being deliberate.
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