From: Josef Chessor (josefcub_at_gmail.com)
Date: Fri Nov 05 2004 - 19:25:29 PST
That's what I thought as well. The machine worked, but there was
enough residue inside to convince me it had been partially immersed at
some point. No harm done, as it doesn't affect IR, and the unit still
needs a new screen and SER-001. Since it was free, I really cannot
complain on any level, even if I can't afford to repair it just yet.
On Fri, 5 Nov 2004 21:33:31 -0500, Jim Witte <jswitte_at_bloomington.in.us> wrote:
> How does this happen? From what I can imagine, the only way rusty
> flashing on the IR package would be if it were under water (salt water
> or impure water) for a long time..
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