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RE: X-Ray Transformer VERY Scarred!
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- Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 15:34:17 -0600
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Original poster: "Matthew Carlson" <mjc8804@xxxxxxx>
Most likely, but as it has been stated, this is not a 100% test. The
test kit will be your best bet.
Your not going to be able to do anything with it if you find it to be
PCB's, so I would just put it all back together, clean up what spilled,
and move on. (I am not trying to sound harsh with that)
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Original poster: "Daniel Koll" <dk_spl_audio@xxxxxxxxxxx>
The paper burned (the oil was still wet, I tried right after dipping)
almost instantly. I would say 1/2 second after the flame hit it. This
good news right?
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>Subject: RE: X-Ray Transformer VERY Scarred!
>Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 10:57:18 -0600
>Original poster: "Godfrey Loudner" <ggreen@xxxxxxxx>
>Outside your home, burn of a small piece of paper dipped in the oil.
>the oil burns, it is not likely to be PCBs. If the oil does not burn,
>is most likely PCBs. Some people have an allergy to oil, even if its
>PCBs. You can get cork casket material from an engine auto shop.
>Do you think this can contain PCBs? I got the cover
>off and the oil (or PCBs) splashed a little and got on my hands and
>face. The smell was pungent but not overwhelming. I started to feel
>breathing it in.