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    I wanted to close the loop on this for any who...

    I wanted to close the loop on this for any who might be interested. I spoke with my neighbor for further details and the oven was not internet connected (or capable) so hacking or similar interwebs...
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    ? Self starting kitchen oven ?

    My wife and I went to neighbor’s house for dinner last night and they related a story of their (very fancy, high end) oven in their previous house apparently spontaneously turning on to “broil” in...
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    I don’t know about the Walabot either but I...

    I don’t know about the Walabot either but I second Aaron’s comments on the Franklin ( I got the model just below his but it works very well compared to my older Zircon )
    Jeff
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    "Not everyone with a reverse collar will get you...

    "Not everyone with a reverse collar will get you into heaven and not every doctor will save your life."
    I love that!
    I will make a plea that folks not get overwhelmed by the potential problems of...
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    This has been a meandering thread and a tiny bit...

    This has been a meandering thread and a tiny bit worrisome to me - good control of hypertension is probably one of the most important and easily accomplished things that can be done in modern...
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    Was just thinking the same. Glad to hear he’s ok

    Was just thinking the same. Glad to hear he’s ok
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    Sticky: Sort of strange- zero replies to this post but...

    Sort of strange- zero replies to this post but several responses if one clicks on the link in Rich’s post….anyway, I ordered 2 Sawmill Creek coffee/beer mugs last week from Dean Perkins - arrived...
  8. Fuel injector cleaning - necessary or beneficial ??

    2020 Subaru Forester with 40 k miles. Runs fine, gas mileage hasn’t dropped. At routine interval service it was suggested I “might consider” a shop performed preventative fuel injector cleaning. ...
  9. Similar problem with rust stains in a plastic...

    Similar problem with rust stains in a plastic type “slop sink” in my garage - excellent results with a product called “Rust Out”…a powder used to remove iron accumulation from water softener resin...
  10. “Two of the cornerstones for a solid foundation...

    “Two of the cornerstones for a solid foundation of good overall health are good mental health and good nutrition.”
    To this I would add good solid education. A child not reading at grade level by...
  11. I always find these (medical threads” interesting...

    I always find these (medical threads” interesting as they go in so many directions….I had a wonderful 45 year career in clinical medicine with some fascinating forays into administration and...
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    1/2 acre lot ( including home ). All in grass...

    1/2 acre lot ( including home ). All in grass except the driveway. Takes me roughly an hour to mow with walk behind EGO mower. (I push it for exercise and rarely use self drive feature). Usually...
  13. Alan and Chris - I seemed to remember (maybe :

    Alan and Chris - I seemed to remember (maybe :<) ) the unlimited starts with the 3 phase system - thanks for confirming
    Jeff
  14. Alan - very interesting setup and reporting. If...

    Alan - very interesting setup and reporting. If I’m reading things correctly you can have the system set up to turn on the cyclone DE and open a gate when a tool is activated or simply open a gate...
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    Another vote for “Wet and Forget” concentrate. I...

    Another vote for “Wet and Forget” concentrate. I used successfully on my roof in prior house with a hose end sprayer which would reach about 30 ft. Didn’t seem to bother vegetation - tho I did...
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    I’ve been following comments here with interest. ...

    I’ve been following comments here with interest. I am a retired physician (internist) with a long standing interest in medical economics. I realize we can’t get into the political arena and it’s...
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    So true….Dalzell for President

    So true….Dalzell for President
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    Absolutely gorgeous in southern NH…sort of full...

    Absolutely gorgeous in southern NH…sort of full on about 0520 in the western sky. No clouds. Worth getting up to see. Seemed to get “redder” the farther west it went before dropping into the trees
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    I don’t see this has been mentioned, but...

    I don’t see this has been mentioned, but something to be aware of using GoodRx cash price, is that many (if not all??) Medicare Part D plans will not credit the money spent to one’s overall plan...
  20. Thread: Jet Parts

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    So, Dick, I did that and they suggested I contact...

    So, Dick, I did that and they suggested I contact JPW which I attempted to do without success. I’m still looking for constructive advice. As I’ve looked on the web, my issue with JPW doesn’t seem to...
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    I’m interested in whether anyone has had success...

    I’m interested in whether anyone has had success using the “contact us” form with JPW? Purchased JET 17 inch DP couple mos ago- pleased with the DP mechanically but after 2 weeks the task light and...
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    Thanks for posting this - fascinating

    Thanks for posting this - fascinating
  23. Second issue is getting the lathe set up. I...

    Second issue is getting the lathe set up. I assume the hardest part is getting the headstock up on the ways. There’s an “unboxing” video online, but the method she used seems a bit dangerous.

    when...
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    Jon - I had seen variations of the chaotic boards...

    Jon - I had seen variations of the chaotic boards but all the ones I found used long strip off cuts glued together rather than what I have - lots of small ( in all dimensions) pieces. Tnx for your...
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    I think you are probably right Doug, but right...

    I think you are probably right Doug, but right now I think I’ve got more time than sense so I will probably give it a try ��
    I was wondering about problems with so many glue joints - don’t think I...
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