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#2099 - 06/22/01 11:24 AM Installation requirements?
itannicnic Offline
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I'm new to code. Are there any special regulations regarding the installation of one of these systems? I notice they pull up to 4 amps, which seems pretty hot.

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#2100 - 06/22/01 12:17 PM Re: Installation requirements?

I like this topic much better than the 180┬░ topic! Hahahaha!

#2101 - 06/22/01 03:37 PM Re: Installation requirements?
Bill Addiss Offline

Registered: 10/07/00
Posts: 4196
Loc: NY, USA
But can We get a pickle to last 100 years?


#2102 - 06/22/01 03:44 PM Re: Installation requirements?
Tom Offline

Registered: 01/01/01
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Loc: Shinnston, WV USA
That was interesting. Probably needs to be addressed by the FDA. How did you ever stumble across this site?

Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.

#2103 - 06/22/01 11:22 PM Re: Installation requirements?
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Now that was an excellent link!!! Had to print that entire page's data, just because of the trivial value in future.

Just goes to show how science uses logic to determine an end result. Multiple test subjects [Bok Choy, Mandarin Orange, then 3 different types of pickles].
Never even thought about drawing a Plasma across a pickle before, but I guarantee every pickle seen now is going to have a different "Value" - 1st will be pondering it's electroluminescence, 2nd would be it's taste!!!

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