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Re: 4 transister Electra


 
6/21/2000 1:48 PM
Jay Doyle
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Re: 4 transister Electra
Damn! You got me twice in the same day. That's it, no more impulse posts for me!  
 
:)  
 
Jay
 
6/21/2000 6:31 PM
Eric H
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quote:
"That's it, no more impulse  
posts for me!"
 
 
Sometimes those are the best ones, though, before you think twice, and say "...nah"  
 
I cringe at half the posts I make --better than hitting 300 in the majors, though :)  
 
-Eric
 
 
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6/20/2000 2:28 PM
peter
mike, you might want to get a 25 watt iron.  
not that you can't do the job with a bigger one,  
but the smaller one is more suitable for  
transiostors and suchlike.  
 
if the leads are clean, iron hot etc, the joint should form in a couple of seconds... if it takes  
longer you're in danger of cooking something.  
 
 
hope that's helpful,  
 
peter
 
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