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Re: [midgetsprite] Magnetic sump plugs

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Subject: Re: [midgetsprite] Magnetic sump plugs
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 07:02:10 -0400
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References: <ab.1ce2dd8b.2a2d18cd@cs.com> <004e01c20b6f$a601b3c0$d6b22744@mnhwkn01.nj.comcast.net> <3CFDABEE.5EA8925E@pacbell.net>
Take apart an old crashed hard drive. You will find 2 VERY strong magnets.
Really good for sticking stuff to the refrigerator that you don't ever want
to fall off.

Dave Camp (newly resubscribed - glad to see things haven't changed)

----- Original Message -----
From "Swift Justice" <samesq at pacbell.net>
To: "Carl Elliott" <celliott133@comcast.net>
Cc: <DLancer7676@cs.com>; <PilotRob@webtv.net>; <SDOliner@aol.com>;
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 2:13 AM
Subject: Re: [midgetsprite] Magnetic sump plugs

> Guys,
> I have seen studies on this, and regular ceramic magnets just don't cut
it.  The
> most effective ones are rare earth or neodymium magnets.  Skip the belts,
> stick on until you take them off (if you can, you usually have to slide
them off)
> Carl Elliott wrote:
> > Craft shops sell magnetic strips, many uses. easy to cut ,wrap one
> > filter. I have a chrome filter cover that just slides over the filter
> > all. Carl E. PS it also holds the cover in place.
> >
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