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« on: May 05, 2006 06:59:25 AM »

In the middle of a project? 

I was making a stained glass piece yesterday when my soldering iron stopped working.  Worse, the iron is only 2 months old.  It's under warranty, and I emailed them about it, I'm just waiting for their reply so I can find out what to do.   I think I threw out the packaging, I hope they understand.

I had soldered most of the foil, but there is still about 1 inch that is unsoldered.  I don't have a backup iron and I hope the foil doesn't oxydize while I wait for a new iron. 

I should be grateful that carma told me not to foil the entire project yet, it could have been worse <----My attempt at seeing the glass as half-full.

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