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Old 01-17-2006, 04:04 PM   #11
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Splice away and remind me when the meet gets near to bring the weatherproof tape for you.
and it works goooooood....9 hrs of rain and not a single drop of water intruded where is wasnt supposed to be
Not that tape...different stuff..made to seal upon contact with itself.
I believe that'* called electrical tape
You believe wrong Grasshopper. It is super stuff. Not sticky at all. Has a backing you peel and still not sticky. Once it touches itself and especially if stretched it bonds to itself for a waterproof seal. Electrical tape is far from waterproof.
Is there a name to this magical product and a store that carries it?


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I'll get more info when I get home..
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All done. Hardest part was waiting for the soldering iron to heat up. It was so simple, and I don't even know what I'm doing! I got everything all set and I double checked everything so that I can build a box soon. But in the meantime:

What is a good way to plug the old sensor hole in the pipe?
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Any plug from an autoparts store should do the trick.
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