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Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Electricity and Logos

The Totalrock.com logos have arrived (many thanks to Mark @ SurreySigns for sorting that out) and after an hour and a heat gun - are stuck down tight. All bits likely to fall off (lights etc) were zip tied onto the car. Chris, lacking confidence in my welds, also decides to zip tie the roof rack to the roof. A 600W mains inverter was also installed to power the laptop and various camera chargers etc - the only problem being the amount of interference heard when connecting laptop to car stereo and mains simultaneously. Maybe it has something to do with the dodgy way that the stereo has been wired up? - who knows. After more dodgy wiring of the line-out jack of the laptop to the mains inverter chassis, it sounds great :>

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