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Re: Dysan diskettes - too tight? [message #70310] Thu, 23 May 2013 21:28
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Date: Fri, 8-Jun-84 08:23:08 EDT
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< force of habit .. >

I have had a similar problem with Wabash - they sound like there's sand in
the sleeve when they're rotating, and sometimes I can't close the drive
door 'cos they're so tight that they won't centre automatically.

After a fair bit of use they seem to loosen up some, but I get fed up of
having to centre the disc by hand before I use it!

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	Dave Gurr, Westfield College, Univ. of London, England.
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