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Old 10-12-2004, 12:45 AM
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It's a little more than warm but not much. I'll stick the pyro on it the next time I use it. So I should use some Dow Corning #4 on the copper contacts?
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It's a little more than warm but not much. I'll stick the pyro on it the next time I use it. So I should use some Dow Corning #4 on the copper contacts?
Warm...don't waste you time with the pyro, no problems...Dow Corning... you got the good stuff... use it.
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MD I'm glad you posted on this, I have a cooler that needs to be cleaned or pump replaced. So this thread has given me a good place to start. Thanks
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