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Hello, I am wondering if you needed to mount the ‘neon light’ onto a backboard like the real ones or whether it really is sturdy enough to…
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Interesting….I didn’t know that. I would have thought they all used potentiometers!
Thanks! Sad that we missed it by a week! I do remember those old mice….I was always having to clean out the ball cavity. I didn’t have an…
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