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Old 25-May-2019, 1:28 AM   #114
Tim
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Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Acworth, GA
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I prefer silicone fusing tape to the coax seal. It adheres to itself and fuses together. It leaves no residue when removed. You can simply slit it gently with a razor knife and peel it off easily if you have to remove it. The bond is permanent, waterproof, resists weathering and UV deterioration. It stretches around uneven shapes and forms a really tight seal. I use it for all my TV and ham radio antenna connections. I have opened up connections that are over 10 years old and found them just like the day I installed them. It is really great stuff.
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