|Fw: [AMRadio] Conditioner|
crawfish at surfmore.net
Sun Sep 2 00:02:31 EDT 2007
It is Fedron. My bad. Mike,which Wyle Lab location did you work at? I knew a
lot of guys who worked at the one in Huntsville, AL.
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Subject: Re: Fw: [AMRadio] Conditioner
> Ah yes that is the stuff. Very nasty. Don't even think of using it
> without a big fan blowing fresh air in your face. Very wicked but it
> works wonders on rubber like substances.
> Mike Sawyer wrote:
> > Joe said:
> > It is called Fedrin. Make sure you have plenty of ventilation.
> > Joe
> > Mike said:
> > Hmmm, Joe, I thought it was Fedron. When I worked at Wyle labs, we used
> > to recondition the platens on the dot matrix and daisy wheel printers.
> > Mod-U-Lator,
> > Mike(y)
> > W3SLK
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