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alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1
reply to GadgetsRme

Re: Pics for your perusal

These are all..... fine!

1 - Nothing wrong working on electrical circuits while they are turned off! Underwater too!

2 - A cone, proper piping, who cares? Poop has to go!

3 - Just don't iron my shirt with it and hey! Sliced hot dogs for my mac&cheese!

4 - CPU overclocking the economical way!

Bob4
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join:2012-07-22
New Jersey
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said by alkizmo:

2 - A cone, proper piping, who cares? Poop has to go!

Ask locomotive engineers or B-52 pilots what their toilets are like.


Lurch77
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join:2001-11-22
Oconto, WI
kudos:4
reply to alkizmo
said by alkizmo:

4 - CPU overclocking the economical way!

That AC unit is not being done any favors. That's a significant reduction in airflow through a machine designed with a specific airflow to run properly and reliably over time.


Msradell
P.E.
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join:2008-12-25
Louisville, KY
said by Lurch77:

said by alkizmo:

4 - CPU overclocking the economical way!

That AC unit is not being done any favors. That's a significant reduction in airflow through a machine designed with a specific airflow to run properly and reliably over time.

they only have about one third of the total output covered, so it's probably because causing any significant issues with airflow.


Lurch77
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join:2001-11-22
Oconto, WI
kudos:4
Yes, about 1/3 of the coil now has greatly reduced airflow. It'll probably do OK, but certainly nothing anyone with advanced hvac knowledge would do.

dick white
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join:2000-03-24
Annandale, VA
reply to Bob4
said by Bob4:

said by alkizmo:

2 - A cone, proper piping, who cares? Poop has to go!

Ask locomotive engineers or B-52 pilots what their toilets are like.

give more meaning to the expression "Bombs Away"...


tmh

@verizon.net
reply to Lurch77
said by Lurch77:

Yes, about 1/3 of the coil now has greatly reduced airflow. It'll probably do OK, but certainly nothing anyone with advanced hvac knowledge would do.

It's pretty safe to assume advanced knowledge of any kind is lacking in these examples.