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PostSubject: Relevance to antique radios?   2013-02-10, 1:18 pm

Why in the world anyone would want to learn this skill in connection with antique radio collecting/restoring is beyond me. For that matter, what does this skill have to do with the antique radio collecting/restoring? [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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PostSubject: Re: Relevance to antique radios?   2013-02-10, 1:45 pm

If you look at the forum Header it doesn't state antique radios but home built. that kind of explains it. There are times I would use a microscope if I had one. In fact with the new video cameras with a macro lens it would help a lot to inspect solder connections.

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