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Old 01-07-2016, 09:06 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Pictures?

Where did all the pictures go? All I see is the same cat over and over again.

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Old 01-07-2016, 09:49 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Pictures linked to the forum from other hosting sites "go away" with the passage of time. If the member posting them here is no longer active and/or if the member's account at the hosting site is no longer active, then the pics are gone.

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Old 01-07-2016, 09:58 PM   #23 (permalink)
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See post #19 and open the PDF file.
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Where did all the pictures go? All I see is the same cat over and over again.
Sounds like when im trying to sleep. Fling that cat clear across and wake up with that damm thing purring on my chest.
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See post #19 and open the PDF file.
Good catch

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See post #19 and open the PDF file.
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When you look at Figure #3 on the PDF.

You can cut that circular part of the rubber/plastic on the terminal end.
Keep the rubber/plastic at the for insulation before the circular part.

Then wire brush the metal ring inside that rubber from all the green corrosion.
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When you look at Figure #3 on the PDF.

You can cut that circular part of the rubber/plastic on the terminal end.
Keep the rubber/plastic at the for insulation before the circular part.

Then wire brush the metal ring inside that rubber from all the green corrosion.
Figure #3 (on the 4th page for those looking quickly) is the positive terminal shield, and is actually fairly easy to peel off in one piece & reuse it.
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