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Old 28th November 2005, 08:55 AM   #51
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Beppe, a friendly hint: Avoid quoting, do it only when the reader might wonder which post you are referring to and if you really do qoute, take only the interesting part of the text. Much easier to read you see.
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Old 28th November 2005, 10:00 AM   #52
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Dear Mr. Peranders,

thank you so much for your extremely kind and friendly advice.
The problem is that I get replies with 3 or 4 statements different for content and I would like to reply to each statement separately.
And I have not yet worked out how to do it.
May be I can quote just the beginning of the sentence ?
I understand perfectly well your point, anyway, I am sorry for this.
Besides as I understand that you are from Sweden and Rifa is a Swedish company, what do you think of their caps?
What is you brand of choice when speaking of filter caps for power supply (I mean those big ones for power amps).

Thank you very much indeed.
Kind regards,

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