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#173700 - 01/16/08 04:21 PM Old appliances  
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Interesting photos of old appliances scattered around some of the pages on this site:

http://www.jitterbuzz.com/frameset.html

Scroll down a little for the links to pages on mixers, toasters, other kitchen appliances, vacuum cleaners, fans, toasters, irons, radios, etc.



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#173734 - 01/17/08 12:07 PM Re: Old appliances [Re: pauluk]  
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Those old appliances just looked dangerous!


---Ed---

"But the guy at Home Depot said it would work."

#173948 - 01/23/08 02:25 PM Re: Old appliances [Re: EV607797]  
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I have 3 of those Zero fans. Not to worry. The motors aren't too powerful, so if you stick your fingers through that "guard", you won't get cut or lose them.



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