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#115844 - 12/27/03 11:19 AM Bad Advertising  
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Do you suppose installation is available?

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#115845 - 12/27/03 10:16 PM Re: Bad Advertising  
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I see that distinctive orange line behind the display. Having been a recent HD employee all I gotta say is the vendor did it!!!


#115846 - 12/28/03 09:08 AM Re: Bad Advertising  
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I wasn't blaming anyone in particular.
These displays are the same all over So. CA, so they most likely were set up by the vendor. Still a bad example.
I've mentioned it to a couple of the "experts" in the stores.
Their responses have been the same.."I don't know about that."
Not surprising.


#115847 - 12/28/03 08:13 PM Re: Bad Advertising  
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the most common farmboy interface here, by far, has to be the x-cord with male cord caps on each end....a really advanced model may actually incorporate a dryer male cord cap for 240V (usually a L14-20 @ the genny)

allbeit less than refined, at least the proliferation of the big orange place has provided some level of basic interface example....

~S~


#115848 - 02/08/04 06:18 PM Re: Bad Advertising  
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I see those displays here too , and on the other coast they still use the ac in the diaplay


#115849 - 02/15/04 06:50 PM Re: Bad Advertising  
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That's Flexible Metal Conduit (FMC)into a Liquidtight Flex (LTFMC) fitting.



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