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#178043 05/22/08 05:24 AM
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We have a new guy amongst us here.
He may be shy in replying to this thread, but let's see.
While he has the username "Elmo", he is a great guy, you might have even seen one of his articles here.
This guy writes a pretty good article.
This guy is an ex-pat UK guy who has been living in NZ for some time.
He has even served time on the EWRB (Electrical Workers Registration Board), for that alone, I tip my hat to him.
OK Tim, the microphone is on.

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Ok, Mike I looking forward to a reply from Tim as well.

What part of NZ does he live and work in ?

Regards, Raymond


The product of rotation, excitation and flux produces electricty.

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