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From: "Aaron Howald"
Subject: Re: My CDS cells are shorting out! (part two)
Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 00:03:01 -0800
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"KILOWATT" wrote in message
> Hello to you all! It is to my despair that i have
> to post again to report that i'm still havin problems
> with cds cells. At lot more details in pics at the
> link below but here's the short story. It's a circuit i
> did in 1994 to switch on the exterior lighting in our
> backyard at night. (Some of you may remember my original
> posting and the web page i've created to show what
> happened to my cells.) Everything went fine 'till 1998
> when i found that the CDS cell (wich is outside,of course)
> was shorted. I'm on the net since summer 2000 so since
> then a few ones worked with me on newsgroups to find a
> solution. Changed 3 times the cds cell since then, with
> improvements over time but the problem isn't solved.
Have you considered useing clear bathtub chalk? (Silicone seal)
It seals to a rubber-like consistency, so temp expansion is ok...water aint getting in there!!
> Alain (alias:Kilowatt) Montreal Quebec
> P.S: Excuse me for some errors or omissions,since
> I'm a «pure» French Canadian :-)
> If replying also by e-mail,remove"no spam"
> (with the quotes) from my adress...thanks!
> Come to visit me @: http://kilowatt.camarades.com
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