Thanks. See below.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Randy K4QO" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 12:07
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Orion panel readibility
> It was me... here's the text:
> "If you have old eyes like mine, you have trouble finding which hole is
> the headphones after you haven't used that function for a while...
> especially with the dim lighting I like to use when operating the computer
> and the radio.
> I found a simple solution - I used a silver ink indelible marker to
> highlight the raised letters for those jacks. Just make sure the tip is
> "wet" and carefully dab, dab, dab, the tops of the letters until they are
> fully highlighted. *You are only "painting" the face of the letters.*
> If you make a mistake, you can start over by using isopropal alcohol to
> off the ink. Just be very careful to not to try to hurry through the
> dabbing process and you won't need to start over. Probably not a good
> to have too much alcohol in the pen operator either... ;-)"
> A couple of additional points -
> *If you use silver, it will match the trim on the knobs and the Orion
> *In my opinion its an improvement. Oh, and its my radio.
> *I didn't intend to return it and I would be suprised if that was an item
> would use to not fix something electronic under warranty. No more than a
> putting a scratch on the case somewhere. (ouch! - I hurt just thinking
> *It is reversable.
Could I go back in a month or week and remove it without damaging the black
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