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Newer page: version 5 Last edited on April 9, 2003 7:14 pm. by JeffDairiki
Older page: version 4 Last edited on February 15, 2003 8:56 am. by JeffDairiki
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 ''''* ''The original quote recommended Cramolin R-5 rather than [DeoxIT]. [Caig] no longer produces Cramolin R-5, due to its Freon content. The replacement product is [DeoxIT] (Cramolin Red replacement), [PreservIT] (Cramolin Blue replacement).'' 
  
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-! BobSchleicher says: 
+<strong> BobSchleicher says:</strong>  
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+ We remove the drawbar contact and burnish it with a contact burnishing tool.  
+ Be sure the nichrome resistance wire (1 ohm) is not broken.  
+ If it (they) are, do not try to solder them.  
+ Go forth and buy 1/8 watt 1 ohm resistors and solder them where the wire was.  
+ They fit just duckey and work great.  
+  
+JeffDairiki says~:  
+ ''I have quite a few of the one ohm 1/8 watt resistors (they're _really_ cheap in lots  
+ of 200 from Mouser).  
+ If you need a few, let me know --- I'd be happy to mail you some.''  
+ -- [Jeff|mailto:dairiki@dairiki.org]  
  
-;:We remove the drawbar contact and burnish it with a contact burnishing tool. Be sure the nichrome resistance wire (1 ohm) is not broken. If it (they) are, do not try to solder them. Go forth and buy 1/8 watt 1 ohm resistors and solder them where the wire was. They fit just duckey and work great.  
  
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