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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Almost isn't enough. You still have wires from the AC input to the main PCB and from the main PCB to the modular interface. And every time a CWT product gets dinged for "quality issues", it's because of the sub-par hand soldering done on these wires.
    What's the quality issue? Soldering iron melting the wire insulation? In that case, use silicone wire

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    Too much solder... not enough solder.... melting insulation.

    Human error is capable of an infinite number of things.

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    Oh my, can you plz re-post those golden pics? Pic links are all broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Oh my, can you plz re-post those golden pics? Pic links are all broken.
    According to Tazz, they're no longer on the server. I'll try to dig them up and re-upload them.

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    It's too difficult to go through the original post and update all of the photos since they're not in order on my drive. So I'll just attach them all here.....

    IMG_1592.jpgIMG_1594.jpgIMG_1621.jpgIMG_1622.jpgIMG_1623.jpg

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