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Old 04-07-2008, 08:17 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Commander I think thats the same one I'm talking about. Kind of looks like this, but it houses a regular lighter instead.

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The small torches can get prity hot to, don't try an keep it on the one spot for any length of time or you would end up with charred cables . A hair dryer can do the job well it might take longer but its better than risking charred cables.

If you search the forums i am sure there is a thread on sleeving IDE cables an molex's it was before the upgrade i know that.

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