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Vintage Tape (Audio), Cassette, Wire and Magnetic Disc Recorders and Players Open-reel tape recorders, cassette recorders, 8-track players etc.

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Old 29th Oct 2021, 8:30 pm   #21
Ted Kendall
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Default Re: Are Ceramic Tools Essential?

The essential point is complete saturation followed by gradual reduction of flux to all-but-zero. In practice, this means switching on the eraser with the screwdriver at arm's length away, bringing it up close to the eraser and then removing again to arm's length before swtching off.
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Old 2nd Nov 2021, 4:15 am   #22
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Default Re: Are Ceramic Tools Essential?

Ok, thanks Ted. Similar to the method used to demag the transport/heads.
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