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Old 16 February 2005, 03:02   #31
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and your only upset mr rat as bethany ate your only twix
No mate she's welcome to my twix any day, besides i've replaced it now with a yorkie bar
I'm glad she's feeling better about all this and obviously giving you a hard time, se you at the weekend.

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Old 16 February 2005, 10:29   #32
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My radio fell in the bath and looked well dead but after 3 days was born again and has worked OK since then.
What on earth were you doing with a radio in the bath??? I thought it wore the soap...
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Old 08 March 2005, 21:30   #33
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All products mounted in the open air will suffer from some misting up etc. The tiniest amount of moisture in the atmosphere inside a product like a plotter will liberate itself on to the most sharply contrasting zone of the unit usually the window. Times like early spring or late autumn sunny day. As the internal temperature increases the moisture moves back into the general air inside the unit. Silica gel will help. Some manufacturers have small apertures in the unit (vents) to help speed up the demisting process others have a gortex membrane across the vent to allow the unit to "vent" but will not allow moisture back in. Depending on the part of the world you live in misting will occur at some time..
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Old 18 March 2005, 14:04   #34
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Well Swifty, I have to say that the problem seems to bee solved.
She has really been up to the test now for three times and still there is no sign of moister inside.
Maybe it helped !

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Old 20 March 2005, 16:25   #35
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Glad to hear its ok. My simpler solution also seems to be working ok. Its been out in rain, snow, ice and sun. Fingers crossed.

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