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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Dredging up a 5 year old post to "build street cred" ?
    Ahh....
    Another sucker to keep an eye on today.

    Got anything going on, Doug?

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    I totally understand you. I’ve had the same problem when I moved in my new house. The power kept constantly shutting off and began to be a big problem. At first, I thought this was the electrical company’s fault. Every day I called them and buggered them and they would come and say that everything is alright from their part. My patience was running out, so I called a company that offers professional services. They did a check on the whole house and changed the whole electrical outlet. It did cost me a bit of a fortune, but the problem disappeared. So, you might want to do that, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChipSplitter View Post
    Ahh....
    Another sucker to keep an eye on today.

    Got anything going on, Doug?
    post #62....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Сowboyman View Post
    I totally understand you. I’ve had the same problem when I moved in my new house. The power kept constantly shutting off and began to be a big problem. At first, I thought this was the electrical company’s fault. Every day I called them and buggered them and they would come and say that everything is alright from their part. My patience was running out, so I called a company that offers professional services. They did a check on the whole house and changed the whole electrical outlet. It did cost me a bit of a fortune, but the problem disappeared. So, you might want to do that, too.
    Seems like spammers are going for combo teams these days, first one dregs up an old post then the next one delivers the spam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Dredging up a 5 year old post to "build street cred" ?
    No worse than termite shitt'n all over this and every other thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie_obe View Post
    No worse than termite shitt'n all over this and every other thread.
    Naw....Watch the first time dredger/poster "JAbbot1985" grow in front of your eyes to a full fledged "Spammer", and some will see the "total post count" number and think the poster is in fact "Legit".

    Maybe you look at the "Location" for an indication of worthiness ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMasochism View Post
    Seems like spammers are going for combo teams these days, first one dregs up an old post then the next one delivers the spam.
    What do you expect these days?

    It's all about teamwork.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    A week never goes by without my power going out. Most of the time for 10 seconds or so. Of course this shuts down the computers, phase converter and whatever else. The problem is when the cnc lathe or mill is cutting. It breaks the tool almost every time, this time it was an iscar parting blade, by the time I buy a new blade, insert and shipping I am out 150.00+. And of course the power co. that is happy to hit me up for 700.00 / mo. does not care one bit. The power co. just called back, some moron ran out of talent and crashed into a power pole, apparently the system senses an issue and reroutes the power, whatever, I am tired of the power co. causing a cnc io crash.
    Maybe you should move to a first-world country.

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    I have 3ph on a old farm my power drops to often ? once a month ? I tellby having to reset silly digital clocks micro waves stoves water softeners etc ( DTE )


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