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Old 09-25-02, 08:23 PM   #5
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apply a very THIN layer. thats the biggest mistake people make, they just slap on a whole bunch a stuff. i suggest using a small detail paintbrush or whatever works. since its non-conductive i don't think you should really be afraid about touching the ram connections, but to be safe just try to keep that thin lair and leave a little space between the epoxy and the connections. don't put the epoxy on both, thats also putting on to much, just a thin lair on either surface. whatever is easier for you, i usually put it on the ram itself, so you can be sure that your not touching the connections. you should let the epoxy cure for about half an hour. that should be fine.
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