Topic: Interesting APR$5 brick...  (Read 6492 times)
Hudson A B
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« on: October 07, 2009, 10:56:28 pm »

Brick APR 6139000-000 57/69

990 repl by APN 0179004 57/69
746 repl by ........002
737 repl by ........001
734 repl by ........000
733 repl by APN 0099999 57/69
727 repl by APN 0179003 57/69
696 repl by APN 0099998
407 repl by APN 0099997

Why oh why, or HOW could it be possible that the inserted notes go from one range into another, then revert back to the prior range? And even then, if sheets were used, they were placed in here out of order?


Could it be possible that this insert range involves SNR's?   I think this is a little weird.

« Last Edit: October 07, 2009, 11:27:35 pm by Hudson A B »

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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2009, 10:49:34 am »

Maybe sheets containing  APR 6139990 and  APR 6139727 were replaced before/after the other replacements.
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« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2009, 12:58:36 pm »

Yeah I am wondering how they got shuffled... makes me wonder if there were two insertion processes? 

Anyway, not concerned... the ranges have ben confirmed to be sheet ranges already.

The shuffling just baffled me a bit. 

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« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2009, 01:51:24 pm »

If sheets and SNRs can be added in two separate processes, then why not two series of sheets?  I'm not baffled because there are very plausible explanations.  Some $20 bricks Hudson found recently confirm this very notion of separate replacement processes.  Perhaps the printers and the BoC still do their own separate quality control?

Their has been talk that the SNR's that i found could be Sheets but how i found them as well as having different FP/BP positions makes it clear in my mind that they are SNR's but i guess time will tell.

If the position numbers of the inserts and brick don't match, they must be SNRs.  Were the inserts oriented differently in the brick? (i.e., upside down, flipped over, etc)

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