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  • 1940 LWC question

    Hello all, just wondering your thoughts on this 1940 LWC. It looks to have a raised part in the oval and it extends to part of the Zero next to the Four. The part in question is mark by the red lines. Thank you for the help.
    Edward M.
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    Nothing there but Die Deterioation. Look to the NW on the outher side of the O.

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    • #3
      The Die is Wearing out. There is more pressure to the NW and Center to produce Die Deterioation.
      Last edited by Rhubarb; 10-17-2011, 11:38 PM.

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      • #4
        This does not look like DDD. The red lines in the oval mark the area. If it is DDD why would the area be raised, even looks raised under part of the zero.
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