Re: [DML] Found Great Product for Clearing Fogged Lenses
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Re: [DML] Found Great Product for Clearing Fogged Lenses


As far as setting your clock goes, when the clock loses power it
automatically returns to 12:00.  You might disconnect your battery, or just
the fuse to the clock, at 11:59 (am or pm).  Then at 12:00 quickly reconnect
it.  You might also want to try the two buttons on the clock again, mine are
really touchy, but they do work if you use a paper clip or something

Good luck,
Todd Nelson
1561, Vermont

----- Original Message -----
From: "tuxr" <tuxdarby@xxxxxxx>
To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2006 12:36 AM
Subject: [DML] Found Great Product for Clearing Fogged Lenses

> My clock was so fogged and hazed I couldn't even see any of the
> numbers.  I went to Discount Advanced Auto Parts, bought 5 Minute
> Optical Polish, cost about $10.  Just put the piece into a drill,
> stuck on a pad, slightly wet it, and polished the lens.  I tried it,
> figuring it may not work, but I probably couldn't make it worse.
> But . . . it now looks brand new, clear as can be.  I couldn't
> believe it, and I'm not the most handy person.  I was fully under
> the assumption that my risk was not that it wouldn't work, but that
> I would have a drill inside the car and somehow end up with a broken
> CD player, ripped leather, and cracked windshield.
> I just taped around the clock so the pad wouldn't touch anything
> else, then surrounded it by newspaper so nothing would end up
> through the car.  After it worked on the clock, I tried it on an old
> set of tail light lenses I had, didn't spend alot of time with it,
> just enough to know it worked on that too.  And I didn't tape
> anything, the pad was hitting the black plastic around the lenses,
> didn't harm them.  The only problem I have now is the clock is 4
> hours and 37 minutes off, and I can't change it, and since I've
> heard they don't keep time well anyway, any idea how long will it be
> before it's right????


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