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  1. #1
    Andrew Muldoon
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    If the flashing LED's annoy you, especially when driving, and if you have
    your BT headset on, this is an easy way to either stop them or dim them...
    Pop the case off and using Tippex / Liquid Paper put a blob either on the
    inside of the facia, this will dim the LED's or on the LED's themselves,
    this will stop them altogether.

    It's fairly easy to pick off if you donıt want it anymore.





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    Carl.
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    Re: Ah ha...stop LED's flashing, I found a way..

    "Andrew Muldoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > If the flashing LED's annoy you, especially when driving, and if you have
    > your BT headset on, this is an easy way to either stop them or dim them...
    > Pop the case off and using Tippex / Liquid Paper put a blob either on the
    > inside of the facia, this will dim the LED's or on the LED's themselves,
    > this will stop them altogether.
    >
    > It's fairly easy to pick off if you donıt want it anymore.


    Ah, some good outside-the-box (well, technically inside, eh?) thinking.

    Many years ago I remember Bob Saget offering viewers advice on how to make
    it so your VCR doesn't flash 12:00 after a power outage. It involved a roll
    of black electrical tape, a pair of scissors to cut the tape, and a
    screwdriver to open the package the tape came in. Highly detailed technical
    process.


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  3. #3
    smstextaddict.co.uk
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    Re: Ah ha...stop LED's flashing, I found a way..

    On Sun, 21 Sep 2003 21:12:54 +0000 (UTC), Andrew Muldoon
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >If the flashing LED's annoy you, especially when driving, and if you have
    >your BT headset on, this is an easy way to either stop them or dim them...
    >Pop the case off and using Tippex / Liquid Paper put a blob either on the
    >inside of the facia, this will dim the LED's or on the LED's themselves,
    >this will stop them altogether.
    >
    >It's fairly easy to pick off if you donıt want it anymore.
    >
    >

    so is sticking a bit of black tap (electrial preferably) over it ;-)

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