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Old 1st Jul 2024, 9:43 am   #1
electrojumble
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I just wanted to say a big "thank you" to all that I came to know during my time operating "electrojumble". I greatly appreciated the interesting discussions and the challenges.

I apologize for the abrupt ending which was caused by several medical episodes that put me out of service with a low heater and HT supply! I left the site running and funded as I wished the data to remain available - delighted that it was deemed worthy of "waybacking" - thank you.

Although still here, I am unable to access any of the stock and literature.

Again many thanks to all those whom I came to know and kindly contributed to my funds (and sanity!)

Kind regards
Roy
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Old 1st Jul 2024, 11:31 am   #2
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Hi Roy

Delighted to hear from you and no doubt others will be too. I am one of your old customers and still have some of the components etc. I purchased from you a while back. I am also still living in the Southampton area.

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Old 1st Jul 2024, 7:16 pm   #3
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Hi Roy,
how nice to see you pop up here again, despite all your medical shennanigans. It was delightful to see you last year when dealing with the barn, and I know that the wonderful cave of delights that was "Electrojumble" is sorely missed by all.
Stay safe and keep in touch will all here.
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Old 1st Jul 2024, 7:36 pm   #4
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Glad you have improved electrojumble was a fantastic resource for so many for so long.

Just wondering as a Southampton resident if you had any dealing with "The Forum Stores" I believe they were a part of the university had a place up near Burgess Rd.

I used to go there in the 1980's bought my MK3 AVO there.

Sadly I moved away in 88 that and Greenweld were fantastic places to visit I think I never left either empty handed.

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Old 5th Jul 2024, 10:34 am   #5
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Hi Roy, Lovely to sees post from you! As mentioned above, I also am still regularly using some Mk4 connectors you supplied to me many yeas ago! Many thanks for your help.

Hope your conditions are at least stable, or improving, I was sad to hear that you had medical issues when you went offline.

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