I don't know the scientific reason why broken things sometimes get fixed when you hit them but the truth is that this seems to be the case. Duncan Robson put together this neat supercut using movie scenes of people doing just that, transforming them into the drum track of a song.
A Supercut Of People In Movies Hitting Gadgets To Fix Them
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