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Initial post: 24 Nov 2011 17:39:54 GMT
Can anybody offer any suggestion as to why so many of the jewel boxes of the CDs I buy from Amazon and other websites have the little teeth that hold the disc in place in the tray broken? If it's more than 2, the disc won't lock in, and falls out when the box is opened.
I just cannot understand what causes this to happen: even though the box is still wrapped in its original shrinkwrap, when I open the envelope, I can hear the bits rattling around inside, and I know what to expect - when I open the box they will all fall out on the floor. Even if there is absolutely no sign of damage to the rest of the box, it still happens - how do they manage to break the bits inside when they can't even get to them?

Posted on 15 Jan 2012 16:08:04 GMT
R. E. Noller says:
I think this fits into the vein of Where do all the odd socks come from/go to?
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