[NTLK] pico bluetooth card

Dennis B. Swaney romad at aol.com
Mon Dec 7 18:10:29 EST 2009

Frank Gruendel wrote:
>> my apartment got flooded and my brand new pico bluetooth card was  
>> dripping wet. any ideas on where to get  a replacement?
>> thanks in advanced
> Since the Pico Bluetooth card does not have a battery, chances are pretty good that it will work
> again once it is dry. If I were you, I would put it in the baking oven at about 50 degrees celsius
> for an hour or two.

That is 122 degrees Fahrenheit for those of us in these United States.

BTW, I was taught that the unit "Celsius" = "degrees centigrade" as in 
"50 Celsius" or "50 degrees centigrade" and to not use "degrees 
Celsius". However, since humans don't always follow the OFFICIAL WORD, 
is "degrees Celsius" used colloquially anyway?

Dennis B. Swaney

Newton MP 2100
iPhone 3GS

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