Anyone done with their FryKleaner?

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tom1356

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Anyone done with their FryKleaner?
« on: 3 Sep 2003, 01:04 am »
I would like to purchase a used frykleaner.
Thanks In advance
Tom

tianguis

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Re: Anyone done with their frykleaner?
« Reply #1 on: 3 Sep 2003, 11:56 pm »
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I would like to purchase a used frykleaner.
Thanks In advance
Tom

Tom:
     You'll have to pry it out of my dead, cold hands!

Regards,
Larry Welsh

tom1356

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Anyone done with their FryKleaner?
« Reply #2 on: 4 Sep 2003, 03:38 am »
I just don't feel like building one, I have to many projects in the air as it is.

ABEX

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Anyone done with their FryKleaner?
« Reply #3 on: 8 Sep 2003, 12:50 am »
WHy not buy one assembled?They also only take an hour to assemble.Either way it is not to much of a sacrifice.

It allowed me to cut the time for research into rather than weeks just days.

Really is a time saver and time is $$. :lol:

tom1356

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Anyone done with their FryKleaner?
« Reply #4 on: 8 Sep 2003, 01:19 am »
Larry,
 Let me borrow yours.  To see if I like it.
:D

ABEX

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« Reply #5 on: 8 Sep 2003, 01:33 am »
Sorry Tom,I am right in the middle of starting a cable Biz. Need it for design work and burning in silver cables I will be selling. :wink:

tianguis

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Borrow?
« Reply #6 on: 10 Sep 2003, 02:07 am »
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Larry,
 Let me borrow yours.  To see if I like it.
:D

Tom:
      Hah! I'm running it 24/7. I've been burning in IC's I previously had no use for. I've already turned some dogs into very listenable IC's. I'm only getting started with this thing. Jim just posted about bits to turn it into a speaker-cable burner, but I've already adapted it. I'll report.

Regards,
Larry Welsh