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    Tom You have a process system sample pump by...

    Tom

    You have a process system sample pump by GAST, a pretty nice one actually.
    It will draw a vacuum and it will discharge air, and is designed to be positioned in a bypass loop ,sample...
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    It might take more time. It sounds like he has a...

    It might take more time. It sounds like he has a lot of water in his system.
    We have to evacuate instrumentation process lines to backfill them with know fluids of a known specific gravity. Some of...
  3. This would depend on the context in which...

    This would depend on the context in which "ground" was being discussed, and which code requirements would be applicable. Is the "box being grounded", or is the "ground being carried".
    If it were a...
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    Bruce Let's address the immediate problem. ...

    Bruce
    Let's address the immediate problem.
    First, whatever you're using for a moisture filter is either saturated, or not working any longer. You have some filters to replace.
    Second. It will...
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    I've repaired a number of antique doors through...

    I've repaired a number of antique doors through the years. Just got done with one over 100 years old last year. The dowels are big, 1/2" diameter and about 8" long. They go deep into the rails and...
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    Absolutely! I've made some really nice ash and...

    Absolutely!
    I've made some really nice ash and cherry mallets from time to time. I started on a set of replacement handles for the cocobolo handles in my LN chisels, but never quite finished. I...
  7. Phillip 6/3 is 3 "conductors" and a bare...

    Phillip

    6/3 is 3 "conductors" and a bare "ground" wire. Ground is not considered a current carrying conductor per the NEC.
    The 6/3NMB will have a Black,White, and Red "conductor".

    Forward...
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    Hmmmm,,,, sounds an awful like Ricardo Montalban...

    Hmmmm,,,, sounds an awful like Ricardo Montalban and"Genuine Corinthian Leather". :rolleyes:
    Birch, white and grey, burns fast and hot. White and grey birch bark are excellent for starting fires...
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    My mom did an excellent job of making sure her...

    My mom did an excellent job of making sure her children NEVER put a knife in the sink full of other dishes.:eek: My mom was a really, really, nice person, but,,,,,,,
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    We have some somewhat expensive knives, in...

    We have some somewhat expensive knives, in addition to the Henckel's I mentioned. They all need sharpening from time to time, no doubts there.
    I do have a Takeda large cleaver, Chukabocho, that...
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    If you have tools that work, stick with them. ...

    If you have tools that work, stick with them.
    Some 35 years ago we bought a set of Henckels knives when we were first starting out. They weren't cheap,but not super expensive either. They're still...
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    I have a bench top that does most of what I need....

    I have a bench top that does most of what I need. It is of the mechanically pulley design.
    If I were buying a new drill press, I would opt for floor standing, belt driven, multi pulley design, that...
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    Peter That's a really nice install on the...

    Peter

    That's a really nice install on the plumbing, Those are nice sweated joints!!! The gas looks a little different to me.
    if you did it yourself, well done. If you had it done, definitely...
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    Scott Thank you for an out of box idea moment....

    Scott
    Thank you for an out of box idea moment.
    I have used a shaper do perform edge jointing on numerous occasions. I think I can flip my longer Festool Guide rail around, or one of the EZ rails...
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    Ole The Festool Guide Rails I have, definitely...

    Ole
    The Festool Guide Rails I have, definitely do not align if simply butted up against each other.
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    You must have an old HP DeskJet like I do. Last...

    You must have an old HP DeskJet like I do. Last time I checked, it was going to be almost $130.00 to replace both cartridges.

    The aluminum extrusion is expensive. Too expensive in my mind, but it...
  17. Sometimes I think it has reached cult...

    Sometimes I think it has reached cult status.:eek:
    Seriously though,it is an important topic, and aspect of wood working.
  18. William Contact WL Fuller in Warwick RI. ...

    William

    Contact WL Fuller in Warwick RI.
    They make, and sell, Mortising bits and chisels.
    They make any type of drill bit out there ,and custom make them also. It's all they do.
    ...
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    I think it would depend on weight? I found a...

    I think it would depend on weight?
    I found a motor shim kit at a flea market some twenty plus years ago. I think it was twenty bucks for what would have cost a couple hundred new. Gotta be a couple...
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    I mill my own. It's equal parts that I enjoy the...

    I mill my own. It's equal parts that I enjoy the control of the material I can select, and I no longer have a reputable place near me that will do it.

    Many years ago we had a local supplier that...
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    Stainless steel motor shims have been leveling my...

    Stainless steel motor shims have been leveling my two table saws for years. As long as I don't move them, they stay leveled in place. My shaper is leveled and shimmed to the same height, but is it...
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    Bryan We've had the same Vet since 2004. He...

    Bryan
    We've had the same Vet since 2004.
    He was the Vet we chose when we first got our horse off the tracks.
    The horse was a train wreck at that point, and this was "the guy", other trainers...
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    Pet Insurance. Is it worth the cost?

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    I am looking for some information on Pet Insurance. Is it worth it? how does it work? Is it accepted everywhere, or do you submit for reimbursement? Good companies, bad companies, types of...
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    Malcolm It kind of surprised me that 4" PVC...

    Malcolm

    It kind of surprised me that 4" PVC could be the vent pipe for my water heater, but then the blower on top is in a plastic case. The instructions clearly defined the 4" PVC. Which was...
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    Malcolm It's not difficult, just more involved....

    Malcolm
    It's not difficult, just more involved. At least here in Connecticut.
    The larger units are going to run 200,000BTU's. They will require a 3/4", or 1", LP line to them alone. If you're...
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