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Continuity 

In some episodes, the school principal's name is spelled Caplan, while in some others it is spelled Kaplan.
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In Day Of The Dumpster (the first official episode of the series), the Rangers are shown with their wrist communicators on. They didn't gain these until a later episode.
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Goldar has wings in Day of the Dumpster (the official first episode.) These wings disappear in all subsequent episodes (of the first season) for no apparent reason.
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Often, when the Rangers morph, they reappear in a completely different location without teleporting/being teleported there.
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Errors in geography 

At multiple points in the "Return of the Green Ranger" 3-parter, gum trees are visible in most of the 1770s scenes. These trees are native to Australia, but the show is set in California.
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Factual errors 

Episode 93 "Lights, Camera, Action" claims that David Sarnoff invented the television. While the actual inventor is a matter of debate, David Sarnoff in fact simply ran competing company RCA; he never did any actual inventing.
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Revealing mistakes 

The battle footage is composed of Japanese footage from the Zyuranger Super Sentai series. This normally is not a problem, but if one looks closely, there are a few scenes where the word "Zyuranger" can be seen on the Rangers' Power Morphers/Blade Blasters/Weapons/etc.
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In episode 72, "Green No More Part I", Lord Zedd has captured the rangers in an energy field, while he walks around gloating. Duct tape is visible on his staff just below the "Z" presumably broken during rehearsal because it is used to fight a powerless Tommy later.
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