Pat, you did good. My smiley-face was sincere, so my post was only
half as facetious as it seemed. ;)
If you let ppl get under yer skin, yer jes defeating yerself. That's
the nature of Usenet (newsgroups). No RULES ....so every
troll/bozo/malcontent fer a million miles makes it their home.
Regardless, there's two things you
need to remember:
1) Everyone is someone else.
2) No one is holding you here.
On Sunday, June 12, 2016 at 11:57:55 AM UTC-4, net cop wrote:
Several web sites do mention cooling as a reason to run cold water. Others
disagree. I'd always been told cooling was part of the reason, so I dunno
It does seem likely to me that a disposal has a light duty motor. If somet
hing is typically run for 15 - 30 seconds at a time, would you engineer it
so that it can run continuously? I'm sure it can take 3 minutes or so but
I'd be reluctant to let it run much longer without cooling off.
What do you mean by running?
if it is empty it can go forever or until the motor eventually wears out.
If it is loaded with garbage, it will eventually plug the drain and
probably bind itself up. The water flushes the ground garbage down the
drain to the sewer.
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