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By hawkknight - / Thursday 23 February 2017 15:00 / United States - Portland
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  hawkknight  |  23

Due to the lack of characters allowed I couldnt fully explain. the first time the key broke the lid for the ice had fallen on it, so it was a total accident. over a year later the key snapped off in my hand when I went to turn it with about the force you would a front door key or a stove dial. that was a couple weeks ago. this last time I somehow managed to get it jammed in the off position. i havent heard anything since the day after it occured so I dont know what kind of trouble Im going to be in.

By  blackfire29  |  4

I broke an ice machine once. We had swipe cards for the registers, and mine fell into the bin when I was filling it up with ice. A couple of weeks later, the string came out and wrapped around the parts inside. Our boss had to empty the machine and take it apart to unwind my string from it, cussing a blue streak the whole time. He found my card and left the machine empty for me to refill the next day. One of the first customers to use it after it was repaired tried to fill his cup with ice and got the clip from my swipe card in his cup. Not as bad as breaking the pop machine THREE times. Maybe the window or the kitchen is where you're supposed to be.

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  hawkknight  |  23

the first two times it was just the key. one was a total accident cause the lid dropped on it when I first started. a couple weeks ago the key just snapped off in my hand as I went to turn it with about as much force as you would turn a house key or a dial to a stove. this last time was worse cause it got stuck off and we couldnt turn it back on. I had left without saying anything and havent heard word about it since the following day.

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  hawkknight  |  23

the first two times it was just the key. one was a total accident cause the lid dropped on it when I first started. a couple weeks ago the key just snapped off in my hand as I went to turn it with about as much force as you would turn a house key or a dial to a stove. this last time was worse cause it got stuck off and we couldnt turn it back on. I had left without saying anything and havent heard word about it since the following day.

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  hawkknight  |  23

the first two times it was just the key. one was a total accident cause the lid dropped on it when I first started. a couple weeks ago the key just snapped off in my hand as I went to turn it with about as much force as you would turn a house key or a dial to a stove. this last time was worse cause it got stuck off and we couldnt turn it back on. I had left without saying anything and havent heard word about it since the following day.

By  hawkknight  |  23

In my defense the first time the key broke I was new and the lid for the ice bin slipped and landed on it. the second time it broke I barely touched it, had applied the force you would to unlock a door or turn a stove dial. this time... jamming the machine off.... yeah okay, my fault.

By  Max Gray  |  2

So you call the police, file a report, and press charges. Then, after charges have been filed, you sit down with your spouse and your mother-in-law, and discuss dropping the charges on condition of her 1) paying for your damage and 2) agreeing to never mistreat you again, and agreeing to steps to better behave around each other and respect each other. Then if your mother in law ever does something illegal to you again, you press charges and show no mercy. She will learn her lesson once she realizes there are consequences to her actions. She sounds either like a selfish as*shole in general, a narcissist, a sociopath or just your garden variety raging b*tch. The only way to get through to people like that, is to make them realize consequences for their actions. Normal societal norms and notions of respect or decency generally don't apply to these kinds of people. You don't need to get angry, or mean- the most dangerous person is one who remains calm. When you call the police, and file the report, be calm and relaxed. Understand you are doing the right thing. Don't be afraid. Don't be angry and emotional. Just do it.

By  jcash52426  |  5

I had a similar issue every time I changed the receipt paper in the self checkout machine at Home Depot the paper would get jammed after the 3rd time I just stopped changing it.

By  species4872  |  19

True stupidity requires practice.

By  staffsgtkiba  |  5

so you was told not to mess with it but did anyway I don't see where this is anything but your own fault. start listening to management and you won't get in as much trouble

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