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Graham/Miguel

Thanks for the advice.
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400 hundred hours burn in must see if i can find a new bit of string for the electric meter coin Cry

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Originally posted by iansheadphones iansheadphones wrote:

400 hundred hours burn in must see if i can find a new bit of string for the electric meter coin Cry



Too much ironing? Wink

I had exactly the same problem, but then she said yes and we moved to a place with a proper meter - and for many years now we put up with creased clothes.... Wink

Oh Censored! you mean that sort of burn in...

On all the time the PSU1 costs about £10 (GBP) per annum in electricity. Big%20smile

(with the "green" power supply it's about £1 (GBP) per annum)
Not simple enough for Google-Bot to understand...
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So if I paint my PSU1 green, apart from the tin of paint, I'll save £9.00 per annum Shocked


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And if that works paint the whole house green and go on holiday on the savings Wacko


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They'll be paying me LOL


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Hello to all members.With all this talk of burn in;my question.. how long does it take for the fanfare3 phono stage and the psu1 unit to burn in.Some say 50 hours;others say more,so Graham maybe yu can tell me.Andy.
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