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canuk
Re: Electricity testing?
kentvw wrote:

For a thread that started with the above..........

5 pages and 256 views so far.

Not too bad and certainly not too dumb.

:)

Yep .... not really strayed from the topic ... wooo hooo:D

NewLady
Re: Electricity testing?

Haha, gotta start somewhere right? Alright any other questions I have I'll start with a new thread...so long for now guys, thanks!:D

A. Spruce
Re: Electricity testing?
canuk wrote:

Yep .... not really strayed from the topic ... wooo hooo:D

Kent tried with his mispronounced CawleeFourkneeuH, but I set him back online ... :p

kentvw
Re: Electricity testing?

CA-LEE FO NE-AH!

:rolleyes:

:p

canuk
Re: Electricity testing?
A. Spruce wrote:

Kent tried with his mispronounced CawleeFourkneeuH, but I set him back online ... :p

Yep ... he does like to stir things up.;) :D

A. Spruce
Re: Electricity testing?
canuk wrote:

Yep ... he does like to stir things up.;) :D

He just did it again, did you see him? What a trouble maker ... :rolleyes: :p:p:D

canuk
Re: Electricity testing?

Geez ... you're right ... where's the mods?:D :p :D

NewLady
Re: Electricity testing?
canuk wrote:

Good stuff ... NewLady ..... That should be just over the accepted 120 F temperature and it should remain at that temperature year round ... regardless of season.:)

Just out of curiosity and cause you guys are still posting...ahah, why should it stay at this temp all year?

Ernie_Fergler
Re: Electricity testing?
A. Spruce wrote:

For those of us that don't know our amps from a volt in the ground, that translates to? :confused:

Ohms Law
Watts Law
Tsk, tsk, tsk !!!!!!:)

A. Spruce
Re: Electricity testing?

Because the temperature needs are the same regardless of season, it just takes less energy to reach that temperature in the summer than in the winter.

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