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Re: Audio punch blocks

Post by Dale H. Cook » Tue Nov 06, 2012 3:19 pm

grich wrote:I should see if he has any and would sell a box or two...
PM me if he does - I'l love to buy a box.
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Re: Audio punch blocks

Post by radiowave911 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:44 pm

Dale H. Cook wrote:...he pushed wires into the terminals with needle nose and then diked them off.
No, no, no. Needlenose and dikes for 66 terminations? Everyon knows you use a straight screwdriver and pocket knife :mrgreen:
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Re: Audio punch blocks

Post by NECRAT » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:39 pm

radiowave911 wrote:
Dale H. Cook wrote:...he pushed wires into the terminals with needle nose and then diked them off.
No, no, no. Needlenose and dikes for 66 terminations? Everyon knows you use a straight screwdriver and pocket knife :mrgreen:
I've done the emergency "leatherman fix" to a bad 66 punch before. Usually dealing with a "rookie" who overpunches and separates the jaw on it.
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