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  1. #51
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    Default 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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    For safety reasons as well :
    1. Bacterial Waterborne Pathogens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie_Fergler View Post
    Ohms Law
    Watts Law
    Tsk, tsk, tsk !!!!!!
    I've never been to law abiding, I think I get it from Kent ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Spruce View Post
    I've never been to law abiding, I think I get it from Kent ...
    Yeah , Kent strikes me as somewhat of a maverick .

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewLady View Post
    Either way, all the things plugged in cost $6 a month, and that's including 2 space heaters, so once the warm weather comes then those go away, and will be about $4 a month then So who here knows how to figure out how much power the electric hard wired water heater is using?
    The unit should have a nameplate applied to it. And it will contain the info you seek...

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    Quote Originally Posted by djohns View Post
    Yeah , Kent strikes me as somewhat of a maverick .


    Careful, or me and fella's be rid'n to your place.........

    LOL!


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    Seriously, you ride too? Here is my ride: It's not really pink, a little photoshop did that...ahah.




    Now I do get a **** star for going way off topic?
    Last edited by NewLady; 01-25-2008 at 10:10 AM.

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    Cool Ride and Ride on!



    Have not had this much fun on a thread for a long time.

    I love to ride anything with two wheels.



    I do not have a photo of my Buell.

    **** star for sure!


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    Quote Originally Posted by NewLady View Post
    Now I do get a **** star for going way off topic?
    A **** star AND a Brownie button!

    The way we figure things, as long as the questions get answered, there's nothing wrong with a little off the beaten path banter. It's even more fun when the original poster chimes in too.

    Kent, nice Moped you got yourself there ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kentvw View Post
    Cool Ride and Ride on!



    Have not had this much fun on a thread for a long time.

    I love to ride anything with two wheels.



    I do not have a photo of my Buell.

    **** star for sure!

    I will get back to this thread latter, too much work to do... and sooo much fun to have at kent's expense that I can't pass it up will have to do it later

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