You have been consistently inaccurate. If memory serves, I wrote that I
didn't know what level of megohms indicates a bad compresor.
If you are this inaccurate when the information is on your screen, I
question if you can do anything else. Can you drive? Handle money? I sure
hope you don't go out in the field and fix peoples heating or AC.
You are completely invited to forward anything I write on the news groups to
the local or global leaders. Just print it out and send to
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
50 East North Temple
Salt Lake City, UT, 84510
I'm typing from memory, so you'll have to double check the adress for me. If
they have a hard time trying to find me, get the name and phone and
extension of the person you contact, and I'll call him or her.
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I hope you're kidding; or, perhaps mistaken about the sender.
Articles are too easily spoofed, forged, and/or remailed.
If you're not...
There was a problem with a troll in another NG a few years back,
pulled my chain pretty bad, everybody in teh group lost their cool -
this troll started sending lewd emails with large attachments to
people that had filtered his posts, and then he proceeded to stalk
and harass others to the point of issuing bogus complaints to
webmasters and ISP's, trying to get them all booted.
Long story short: He's gone now... apparently, he finally ran out
of ISP's. It can happen!
The point is this: It is very likely someone with a personal
vendetta, doing a "Joe Job" on Chris, et al.
Why do you think I recently started digi-signing my messages again?
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Low freon will cause it to ice up and that will cause a reduction in
flow. To test, let the A/C sit turned off for a while until it has
thawed. You can run the fan without the A/C on to help it thaw out
faster. If the air flow returns eventually then you can rule out low flow.
Dave Solly wrote:
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