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    What kk said. Our de-hums are run only during...

    What kk said.

    Our de-hums are run only during the high rain-for-days-on-end cooler season periods when we have serious mold/mildew risk and need warmth, but not fog. (Hong Kong residence....
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    "Defiant" motors were definitely a distraction....

    "Defiant" motors were definitely a distraction. When I could still detect much of anything less definitive than a distinctive Ducati.

    :)
  3. Canola oil is for de-greasing dirty machinery and...

    Canola oil is for de-greasing dirty machinery and hands rather more gently than some other options.

    It has no business in the kitchen around heat, nor even on cold salads.

    Beef tallow rather...
  4. ..except that it adds to "M1 money". Where...

    ..except that it adds to "M1 money". Where velocity matters as well as amount, and "perception" of available coverage for loans matters as much as actual reserves NOT available for loans at all [1]....
  5. Just in case that potential hazard wasn't obvious...

    Just in case that potential hazard wasn't obvious to he with the vulnerable corpus. I'd want the motor out of nay other circuit for the first go at ID'ing lead to funtion, meself.


    The fourth...
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    Having done THAT much detective work, why, then,...

    Having done THAT much detective work, why, then, have you not already replaced it, AND the damaged braking resistor? Then gone detectivating further if/as/when still No Joy?

    That rig have "stem...
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    There. Fixed that for yah...

    There. Fixed that for yah...
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    This whole project needs a "boundary layer"...

    This whole project needs a "boundary layer" between functionality and make-work that resembles making steel-toad boots out of Titanium toad skin ... to shoe stepping-stones.
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    Given the adapted HVAC grills are as lightly made...

    Given the adapted HVAC grills are as lightly made as they generally be, a bead of RTV would be neater and even seal the edges of the buggers against dirt and fiber collection without drilling,...
  10. Amen. No matter WHAT was done to oil-season, hits...

    Amen. No matter WHAT was done to oil-season, hits my kitchen, it comes OFF for a from-scratch re-do.

    Too much in the way of oils with toxic components have been recycled and mis-used,...
  11. I was thunkin'.. that the one reported as...

    I was thunkin'.. that the one reported as shedding all coatings attempted might have been smelted in China off scrapped Silicon-Steel transformer cores.

    :)

    Griswold, at least "back in the...
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    "In the fullness of time.." it will bunk-in with...

    "In the fullness of time.." it will bunk-in with the MEP-803a in a shed, back garden, since said shed is meant to be sound-deadened, and #4 THHNW Copper connected anyway. Tripping over 100 feet, each...
  13. Except out of ignorance. Wife came down to the...

    Except out of ignorance. Wife came down to the lovely smell of frying bacon one morning, only to see me throwing the last rashers of a whole package into the garbidge.

    That's the sacrifice it took...
  14. They are pulse devices. Magnetic prox, commonly....

    They are pulse devices. Magnetic prox, commonly. Some clans self-powered, very low levels, others with a bias current off the vehicle's electrical system.

    Vehicle-independent test wants an...
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    The physics sez paralleled inductance is OK, and...

    The physics sez paralleled inductance is OK, and the math is simple.

    Worked "as expected" for paralleling some German-made (read pretty consistent specs, one to the next) Lenze 6A chokes (DC...
  16. Dunno. Grape seed oil is a sort of wax-thrower....

    Dunno. Grape seed oil is a sort of wax-thrower. Polymerizes pretty easily.

    Iron skillets or Wok I've always used lard or bacon grease. Resists polymerizing, but seems to carmelize.

    See also...
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    On which score.. I was looking to fab a bracket...

    On which score.. I was looking to fab a bracket to hold a length of pipe, capped, over the unused but madly rotating shaft of the idler. So as to not get my baggy socks, droopy undershorts, shop...
  18. KK called the buggers. What stroke of good...

    KK called the buggers.

    What stroke of good fortune the past coupla weeks makes you think a sensor and/or its connectors on a 14 year-old basic medium eggplant grade of a vehicle run in the...
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    "Several" being at least three, best-case it JFW,...

    "Several" being at least three, best-case it JFW, neither runs hot, worst-case you may have to try different ones for the best balanced pairing.

    Can you post the entire data label or maker & SKU...
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    Well.... we already knew it had a detachable...

    Well.... we already knew it had a detachable cover from Rons other long-running thread about putting a VFD INTO it.

    VFD in a enclosure. Other ways than this?

    But there you have a more...
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    No help, here as to differentiating one...

    No help, here as to differentiating one craftsman's goods from another.

    Too many of the Big Box suppliers have already jumped on the day-glo yellows, oranges & c.
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    Impressive dedication to learning and...

    Impressive dedication to learning and "makee-fixee" in small rations of space (and probably money as well).... whatever else.

    Now.. climbing up the steepest part of several parallel "learning...
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    Elephants? Of course not! See "covert...

    Elephants? Of course not! See "covert menstruation".

    Other than primates, bats, and elephant SHREWS (the OP's clan? Nothing especially "covert" about the LSO "grandstranding"...) most mammals not...
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    Not just fines. manure is corrosive. So, too...

    Not just fines. manure is corrosive. So, too sewage, and many innocent-looking soils, often with bacterium that actually EAT greases. Part of why constant purge is so essential.
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    Why? So you can defend, even replicate a bad...

    Why? So you can defend, even replicate a bad choice when present-day makee-fitee labour, recurring lube maintenance labour costs and downtime costs can more than pay for a BETTER choice than was made...
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