[kwlug-disc] The sweet(?) smell of power supplies

Gordon Dey gordon.dey at happydeys.ca
Sat Apr 5 16:19:56 EDT 2014


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On 14-04-05 03:58 PM, rbclemen at gmail.com wrote:
> The odors are likely the chemicals used to wash the PCBs at the end
> of the manufacturing process. Easiest solution would be to buy one
> and use it not in their presence for a while until it evaporates
> away.

I was going to suggest something similar; an etch chemical sensitivity.

That being said, I wonder if a suitable supply could be carefully
dissected and re-washed using something like RO water until the
chemical traces were gone? Would that work for you two?

Gord

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