[rescue] Sun 21" trinitron and vertical Elite3d's to get rid of (SF bay area)

Atom rescue at port11.net
Tue Apr 12 09:28:17 CDT 2005

Paxton Hoag wrote:

> Actually wet dumpster monitors dry out quite well and often work. 
> Survival rate will be higher than 50%. You need to make sure they are 
> dried out very well, especially if they have been wet only a day or 
> two or three. (They need to dry for several days.)
Yeah I had some from dumsters before that worked pretty well and had 
been rained on. But the first monitor I picked up (was with the tube 
towards the ground) had a waterfall coming out of it and I just didnt 
trust it. It was not like the next few days the weather was nice to dry 
them out a bit, the water was standing in there. I just didn't know if 
they would start to rust or whatsoever.

I mean it's not uncommon to find them and I'll just wait for the next 
"batch" to be upgraded... ;-)

-- A

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