Osborne Executive CRT circuitry
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at blazenet.net
Tue Feb 14 17:30:51 CST 2006
On Tuesday 14 February 2006 01:24 am, Tony Duell wrote:
> Incidentally, if that glue is like the stuff we get in TV sets over here,
> it goes conductive with age (!). It causes all sorts of interesting
I've heard that, that this is the case with whatever the goop is that
Japanese mfrs. use for stuff like holding down large capacitors, etc. And
that it starts out as a light brown in color, turning very dark as it ages.
The stuff I was referring to is off-white (milky-looking) and quite hard when
it's set, which makes it interesting to remove components.
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