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    Dell Optiplex Voltage Stepper Change Prevention

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    Re: Dell Optiplex Voltage Stepper Change Prevention

    Expoxy resin splodged in there worked on some older machines we had.

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    Re: Dell Optiplex Voltage Stepper Change Prevention

    Epoxy for me as well, I use Araldite to be brand specific, one tube should do 100 machines (as it sometimes seeped into the switch a bit and i like them nice and full to stop any chance of movement with an implement of torture.

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