At 03:25 PM 4/21/98 EDT, you wrote:
> After the connector is seated, put 2 or 3 wraps of the Scotch electrical
>tape over the connection. Have the last wrap go in an UPWARD direction (if
>it's a vertical run). This puts the tape overlaps like shingles on a roof so
>that the water runs over the coax. If you put it in the other way with the
>last wrap going down, the water will run right into your joint.
> Now you can coat the tape with the Liquid Electrical Tape. Apply
>liberally with the built-in applicator brush. This will give you another
>protective coating. This is the a 'belt-and-suspenders' scenario and a
Hey Steve......it looks like you're changing your sermon here. What
happened to Scotch 33/Coaxseal/Scotch 33? Is this the new improved
73 de Terry KK6T
The early bird gets the worm, but the second
mouse gets the cheese......
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