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Old 15th September 2003, 10:59 PM   #11
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I stepped on a very big one in Kathmandu once that just continued its walk, amazing !
That was a monk, you silly!

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P.S.: Over and out or we'll get kicked in the proverbial behind...you know my e-mail address anyway, if you feel like exchanging travel-experiences.

Sorry folks, show's over,
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I can personally attest that exposure to arsenic pentafluoride is ineffective unless an admixture of arsenic trifluoride is made in a 1:4 ratio.
Seems more dangerous for the students than for the roaches...
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That was a monk, you silly!

Cheers,

P.S.: Over and out or we'll get kicked in the proverbial behind...you know my e-mail address anyway, if you feel like exchanging travel-experiences.

Sorry folks, show's over,
Please just move it to the etc. forum.. this is gettin' good
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Old 16th September 2003, 06:56 AM   #14
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Default psu problem ?

Hello Alex,

perhaps you have a problem with psu capacitors. When you power on the amplifier there is a "pic" of voltage that the capacitor can't accept and capacitors "cry". Try to bypass psu capacitors, for example, if you have 400V capacitors, try to bypass them with 0,1F 630V non polarised.
An other thing to do is to verify all solders (soudures in french).

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