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#171145 - 11/20/07 04:45 PM Weatherproof?
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#171159 - 11/20/07 11:13 PM Re: Weatherproof? [Re: Webmaster]
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I wonder what the IG4700 is for... Well at least it is GFI protected. hahaha Good pic.

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#171170 - 11/21/07 06:31 AM Re: Weatherproof? [Re: TOOL_5150]
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The IG4700 is for the POS terminal. I is probably not on the GFCI. The IG rec and Ethernet connection are most likely used for a garden center terminal used in the spring in the parking lot or for selling Christmas, uh holiday, uh festive, or whatever they call them, trees. Robert

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#171172 - 11/21/07 07:23 AM Re: Weatherproof? [Re: WESTUPLACE]
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---or whatever they call them, trees ------

The new one this year... "Family trees'"

GAG ME !!!

I see some of the worst stuff at these places. Wonder who gives the DIY advice?

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#171208 - 11/22/07 12:29 AM Re: Weatherproof? [Re: leland]
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LOL festive trees. I like the smell of a healthy festive tree. And if they are family trees... does that mean that people that live alone and have no family in the house cant get one? What is it called then? hahaha People that 'have' to be that PC just makes me sick...

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