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Old 28 September 2008, 11:19   #401
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Originally Posted by Rixa View Post
That takes care of the protruding and obviously conducting parts. I wouldn't turn the thing on like this, though. For testing I've had a sheet of paper rest between the shield and the board, and its still working. I'm thinking maybe it would be a good idea to attach a thin sheet of plastic or sticky paper to the underside of the shield for a more permanent insulation solution.

Any comments? Am I lucky to not have blown the thing up yet?
That's a nice mod but I still think it's safer to just ditch the top RF shield.
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