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#21 (permalink)      4/27/2017 6:15:51 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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My left palm is hairy...
Is that related to this, I wonder?
#22 (permalink)      4/27/2017 6:23:01 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Magnets imported from Fukushima
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fucitol wrote:

Magnets imported from Fukushima



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Since I use boxes I've got a sixth finger....
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Have you got a rubber case try this SKU 5083501 if one still dont work-
buy 2 and cut the back off 1 to add even more rubber,
push this cut part down the back so its 2 times thicker at the back...

or demagnetise the magnet with High Heat so the magnetism of the whole object decreases. Eventually whole regions of the magnet fail to be lined up properly and the magnet is demagnetized.
This temperature depends on the materials in the magnet and could be as high as 1390 degrees Fahrenheit (770 degrees Celsius) for low carbon steel, for example.

if you can remove them heat them up with a small blowtorch...

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cilika wrote:

Since I use boxes I've got a sixth finger....



Shouldn't have put the box in the pocket of my pants

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#28 (permalink)      4/27/2017 7:37:18 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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It seems a bit lost now...
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I'm tempted to buy another and see if it happens again. I sold my evic a few months ago. Maybe I will replace the magnets with Velcro or something if it happens again
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Timmis wrote:

I'm tempted to buy another and see if it happens again. I sold my evic a few months ago. Maybe I will replace the magnets with Velcro or something if it happens again





you could pop the magnets out and just put a vape band or large rubber band around it to hold the battery door on.

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Hmmm if I over look the calluses and occasional blisters... Ignore the knocks and bruises from working with my hands... No I don't notice anything from the magnets...
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