Jun 6, 2005
Hmmm ... there are gel-like products intended for use with low-voltage light bulbs used in sidewalk lights and similar at- or below-grade lighting. You smear the gel on the base of the bulb before plugging it into the socket to create a water-seal, but it does not impair the electrical connections.quote:Originally posted by Ajellsay:
... I unplugged the ethernet cable at both ends and blew on them, and got the sound again. This happened several times throughout the show. In my opinion, the obstacle was more than likely being caused by condensation in the cabling.
If it was, some cable insulators that seal the connections and keep moisture from getting in, might be a good permanent solution.