We do all sorts of stress tests where I work so it's possible to test for something like this. All it takes is a robotic arm that's programed to repeatedly plug the power adapter into a dummy plug over and over. If it's going to break that would reveal it.<br><br>"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
Well?<br><br>I was watching that "How its Made" TV show about light bulbs , the manufacturer had a giant apparatus to test the bulbs , simply a large spinning wheel with electrical contacts - no sockets or outlets . Just hundreds go on and off per minute on the way to packaging .<br><br>I doubt that each adopter was tested in a wall outlet and pulled out and in and out and in - More then likely they were tested a conveyor belt for connectivity only.<br><br>IMO<br><br>
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