"Max" wrote in message:
| > <respectfully snipped>
| > | Me too. I'll be watching to see if Paul finds a solution. My Oneida
| > system
| > | sounds like a C5 taking off. Ear protection is a must.
| > |
| > | Max
| > |
| > Mine isn't really that loud, to my perception, since it is in front of
| > rear door of a larger structure, but I can imagine what it might sound
| > like
| > in the corner of a garage! It really helps me to have had a hearing
| > also!
| > (The ear doctor told me I had "Carpenter's Hearing Loss".. I asked him
| > he
| > was serious, and he said he was just kidding. I just have been around
| > much noise most of my career. We didn't have hearing protection, or
| > anything else for safety when I was younger.)
| > woodstuff
| My hearing loss began in 1951, at age 18, in Korea. Not bad enough, I
| to work for the Fire Department and listened to sirens for 33 years.
| Now the firefighters have headphones. Too late for me. So I try to save
| whatever hearing I have left.
| Max (huh?)
Wow! Seems that I am officially the youngest one in this newsgroup! Wasn't
born until 1948...