Way back when I was an electronic tech at a university. At that time a number of departments I worked for had Apple IIe computers. From time to time they would break and I would be called in to look at them. Most times that was all I needed to do - look at them, and they would burst into life again. I got a bit of a (positive) reputation as a result. Funny thing is, most of those faults didn't come back!
My name's not Chuck by the way, and it only seemed to work like that for Apple IIe computers.
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