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    How pressure & temperature compensated flow control valve works.

    Please reply,
    pvmahajan

    [This message has been edited by pvmahajan (edited 03-27-2004).]

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    kgjhyht ?

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    hgg eijjf djkka;lw vvodje dds,??

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    Coke ?

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    NO Coke ....Pepsi

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    WTF, ok what are guys talking about I'm feeling left out.

    Jack Fisher

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    Jack, This is the internet, nobody knows what they are talking about!

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    Its a "Code" that was first discovered by Bart Bartholomew, when he traveled to the deep jungles of the amazon..It was brought back to the western civilization back in the early 1900's..

    There is a little controversy on the exact translation of these codes...I've researched this code back when I was a freshman in college, and if my memory serves my correct, this roughly translates into meaning: "Snake bite"...I could be wrong, but I think thats what it means...

    brent

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    Guess I'm not the only one haveing a slow day!

    Jack Fisher


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