Let's raise a toast to the defunct VHS recorder
Britain currently has over 75 million useless and obsolete VHS video recorders, in a statistic we’ve just pulled out of thin air. Pooling them together to build an army of robot super-warriors doesn’t seem to be a realistic proposition at the moment. Converting them into toasters, however, does.
Instructables.com will give you a step-by-step how-to guide so that instead of housing a 1996 video of Nick Hancock’s Own Goals And Gaffes, your VHS recorder will be spewing out delicious hot toast for ever more – or at least until it explodes.
But be warned, if you’re going to try it yourself, you should heed the following warnings…
Ensure the metal parts are earthed.
Do not place it on heat-sensitive surfaces.
Do not place heat-sensitive materials on top of it.
Take care not to touch any hot surfaces.
Do not leave the machine unattended.
If you do not heed those warnings you will probably die. Here’s what it should look like once you’ve finished. Good luck!