"How It's Made" is a frequently interesting program that can be found on the Science Channel. For those of you who may not know of the show, they go to manufacturing facilities of everyday items and show the process used to make those items. This episode is all about clothes dryers. It is pretty neat seeing the assembly line churning out dryers that we may be someday be sending out parts to repair. I did hear an error in the narration toward the end of the clip. The narrator mentions that the timer turns on the appliances "various switches and gears". As we all know in this business, a dryer doesn't have a transmission or gears for the timer to activate. Really though, that is a minor point in an overall interesting clip. Also, who out there can identify the brand of dryer?
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