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Re: [IP] Tender/Comfort/Silhouette newbie question
- Subject: Re: [IP] Tender/Comfort/Silhouette newbie question
- From: "Nancy Ludwig" <email @ redacted>
- Date: Mon, 19 Oct 98 21:57:23 PDT
I have used the Silhouettes for about 11 months now. Does this make me =
On the connector side that goes "up" it is ridged or slightly higher, =
SO the part that goes down, toward the belly, is pretty much flat. I am =
not sure I could connect easily in the dark. Would just have to guess.
As far as the bleeding, I have had it happen a couple of times. The "gro=
up" tells me I hit a blood vessel. But generally this does not happen.
Best wishes on your journey with the "box" of Tenders, :-)
> Date: Mon, 19 Oct 1998 19:38:22 +0200
> From: John Neale <email @ redacted>
> Subject: [IP] Tender/Comfort/Silhouette newbie question
> Here's a question for seasoned Silhouette users (I'll call
> them Tenders
> - - it's easier to spell)
> I've recently started using Tenders "for real", ie I've got
> a box of
> them, not just some samples.
> My question: when I reconnect, how do I know easily which
> way up the
> connector goes? When I'm in a hurry / in the dark / under
> there seems to be no foolproof way of getting the connector
> in the right
> way up... :(
> Also, after ten months using SofSets, with no bleeding ever,
> I had a
> major bleed after removing my second Tender. Is this a
> problem which
> occurs more often with these sets?
> With the tenders, the pieces can only go together one way.
> There is a "thingy" that insures this. I don't have many
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