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Re: Unidentified subject!
- To: telecine at sun.alegria.com
- Subject: Re: Unidentified subject!
- From: JimErkson at aol.com
- Date: Tue, 8 Jul 1997 21:52:52 -0400 (EDT)
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In a message dated 97-07-08 12:03:53 EDT, you write:
<< I believe the
problem was related to some type of mask apparatus resting against the
The fix...a large rubber mallet whomp to the side of the display. For
intricate details of the dynamics and direction of the whomp you may want to
talk to Randy Reck at Encore Santa Monica. >>
I have heard that degaussing with an external loop, rather than the internal
degausser circuit, can sometimes cause the mask to get sucked up against the
phospor---, and as stated by Randy, hitting the monitor (I was told right in
the center of the glass) will knock it off, none worse for the wear.
Jim Erickson, Colorist, Colorlab
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