I have confusion with a sentence and I would like to know if this sentence is correct or not:
I have found it working.
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Additional context would be helpful to verify if the sentence is conveying the intended message or not, and if there is a better way to phrase this that is clearer or more polished.
I assume the author has determined that something supposedly broken is actually working. Depending on the situation, there are many ways to state this.
"I have finished examining the bug you asked me to look at. I followed the steps to reproduce. However, it appears to be working as designed."
"I thought you said the lightbulb was out? I just checked and it is working fine for me."
"Can you remind me to check Grandma's computer again tomorrow? I was on it earlier today and found it to be working. I'm not sure why she is having trouble with it."