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 Post subject: question about pk ring
PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2007 6:22 am 
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can it looses it power.
im trying to do the melting point by ceseral with the ring however i kinda feel that the power of the ring is kinda weaker. can that happen? can it be fixed?


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 11:19 pm 
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magnets just cant loose there power, an adverage magnet has a lifetime of about 450 years... maby it was faulty.


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Neo magnets can easily lose their power if heated over 170 degrees. You didn't try to solder something onto it, did you?


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DaveV wrote:
Neo magnets can easily lose their power if heated over 170 degrees. You didn't try to solder something onto it, did you?

Not to get off of the topic, but why do they lose their power?


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DarkLordRevan wrote:
DaveV wrote:
Neo magnets can easily lose their power if heated over 170 degrees. You didn't try to solder something onto it, did you?

Not to get off of the topic, but why do they lose their power?
i knew about the head idea , also if you put a magnet near a stronger magnet that can weaken it.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:27 pm 
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it true that magnet lose some of they power when you heating them, so try not to put it where it got like 80`C . you can test this out by using some magnet atrack to a metal, and heat it up you will see the result.


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