Component level repair
jfoust at threedee.com
Fri Jan 26 08:47:06 CST 2007
At 05:46 PM 1/25/2007, Richard wrote:
>I mean, its a foregone conclusion that you'd rather replace atoms
>representing skew crystal occlusions in a semiconductor if you could.
And I suppose you're one of those sorts who uses the cheap Xlete
occlusion spanners, and not the HERFA-sanctioned Tremelo spanner
with the proper extension arms to make a sufficient crimp and seal.
It looks just like a Telefunken U-47. You'll love it!
Unfortunately, I haven't seen them available anywhere except a shop
in a neightborhood in Bumbleford that was destroyed during the War.
Even then, they were expensive. But if you want to do a proper job
on an occlusion, you must use them. I've seen too many undereducated
numbskulls with the Xlete on their belts, leaving behind repaired
occlusions that only last a fortnight.
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