Did the manual say that the motor was cooled by the water, or are you just
Did the manual, in fact, say, "always run cool water so the motor won't
overheat," or something similar.
Point is, my table saw motor will get hot, but the manual says nothing about
water - hot OR cold - having any bearing on the motor's temperature.
That sentence drips with weaseling. Shortening it's life if run with
hot water means that the fat and grease gum up the works, thus
shortening the life. Which is keeping with what I posted earlier:
This from Waste King's owner's guide:
" It is not recommended to use hot water while
running disposer. Cold water will keep waste and
fats solid so disposer can flush away particles."
All manuals are online for all manufacturers of pretty much
everything. Post the link to a/any manual and point out the section
where it says that the disposer is water cooled. Publish or perish.
On Feb 6, 12:35 pm, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
As much as your eyes flitting over a screen has to do with
intelligence and reading comprehension. Absolutely nothing.
Stop trying to make this a personality thing - you don't have one.
Show proof of your claim that a disposer is water-cooled. It's easily
verified by posting a residential disposer manual. So do so - that
way you'll prove everyone in this thread except you are morons and
you'll feel ever so much more special.
I won't be holding my breath. When you fail to produce any evidence,
there will be no need to apologize. Just learn from it and stop being
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