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Old 2021-04-16, 14:39   #364
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Old 2021-04-17, 15:14   #365
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Ha! Had no idea about that, not a playstation guy. But if the problem is known, than the fix is easy: you take any 3V power supply or battery (two AA or AAA in series) solder two wires to the probes or needles you use at multimeter, or use crocodiles, etc., connect in parallel with old battery, replace battery (use the probes like chopsticks to keep the contact with one hand, during you change the battery with the other, we used this method to replace a battery of a pin generator for the bank which was issued 10 years ago by our bank in Ro, which we never visited ever since; we read on the web that you can not remove the battery, the sequence will reset and you must visit the bank, which is 10 thousand kilometers away, so we measured the voltage, connected a power supply to it, changed the battery; two times in 10 years; still works today).

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Old 2021-04-19, 12:00   #366
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Authorities say no one was driving Tesla before deadly crash
HOUSTON (AP) - Two people were killed in Texas in the fiery crash of a Tesla and authorities say there was no one in the driver's seat at the time of the crash, although it's not clear whether the car's driver-assist system was being used.

A Harris County constable told television stations in Houston that there was a person in the front passenger seat and another in a rear passenger seat after the wreck Saturday night in the Houston suburb of Spring.

Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman said authorities are certain that no one was driving the car at the time of the crash.
KPRC-TV reported that a brother-in-law of one of the victims said it took four hours to extinguish the blaze. Authorities said the vehicle's batteries repeatedly reignited, and Herman said that deputies called Tesla to ask how to put out the fire. Tesla publishes information for first responders, including the location of high-voltage lines.
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Old 2021-04-19, 13:44   #367
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One Tesla car fire per 205 million miles, ~10 times US fleet average
I guess they're making up in duration, for a low frequency.
"Tesla Reveals How Often Its Cars Burn From Fire"
(Wouldn't that be every time?)

Or in persistence:

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