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Could I get WTT and nickjf20 to collaborate and come up with a unified [Tutorial] for this - You both do the same thing, just a slightly different board I believe? I'd like to promote this upstairs.

Let me know guys!

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My first post is complete as-is for the module that I'm using. I'll be happy to add Nickjf20's info to the original post, or we can post a new thread in the How To forum and allow one reply with his method? Whatever he/you would prefer is fine with me!

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To be added to my to-do-list .

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Whatever you choose! I'll write some spiel if needs be

Feel free to repost anything of mine

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Promoted. I like the idea of it all being in one post, so when I move it upstairs in a week or so, I'll combine it into the one.

Thanks y'all!

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Thank YOU!

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I've now added a nice dust filter to the front panel - I know it's not really chime related ... but the piece does contain the chime so ...

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I was always wondering how, and which kind of filter sheet to use, to protect the fans from dust. Could you give more infos ? Thanks and well done.

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I asked the seller if he could cut a specific size and he delivered! (4 more people have since bought it ... must have powermacs themselves :wink2: )

Very cheap as well (compared to the off the shelf dust filters)

http://www.ebay.co.u...984.m1439.l2649

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Thanks I will give a try.

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I really regret skimping out on the sleeving now -- it's falling apart and to reapply better quality (MDPC or similar) would involve resoldering everything -- it's now partially covered in heavy black duck tape -- doesn't look too bad as it's hidden but all the same ...

Word of advice - get good quality sleeve!

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I've now added a nice dust filter to the front panel - I know it's not really chime related ... but the piece does contain the chime so ...

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Nick thanks for posting this - at that price I may need to get some myself now.





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