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Something I just figure out was a put an energy...

Something I just figure out was a put an energy efficient bulb in ther socket like a flourescent one. Maybe that did something?
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Good idea. I'll look into that!

Good idea. I'll look into that!
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Great idea!

That is such a great idea! I will do that. The tape split in the camera. I have not had an issue with other tapes before or after this one. I must have put it in incorrectly or something. Even now as...
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No other thoughts? It is in rental property, and...

No other thoughts? It is in rental property, and when I had a chance to take it back in, I didn't. Now I no longer have the box, but still the same problem. Just thought someone might know something...
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Touch lamp

I have a brand new touch lamp that worked for about an hour. Now when I touch it it no longer turns on or off by the touch. I have to unplug it from the wall to turn it off and on. What might I have...
01-29-08, 10:50 AM
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Posted By G1ngerbread

You're right...thanks!

You're right...thanks!
01-29-08, 10:12 AM
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Being used

They are being used. Does the air that is being "sucked" in come from the inside for the heat, or the outside like the AC/cold air? If it is from the inside and is just being recycled, then it seems...
01-29-08, 10:09 AM
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Posted By G1ngerbread

Voltage

I am not sure, and am not by the house right now to get the info. Guess I should wait. I'm in Virginia, the house is in Texas.

Our renters said the microwave took almost twice as long as they were...
01-29-08, 09:09 AM
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Question Heating window unit

It is a unit that sits in the opening of a window just like an AC window unit. We have four of them in different rooms, and all are combined AC and heating units. Does that explain it any better?...
01-29-08, 08:59 AM
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Cool Voltage

Hi,
We have a home that was built in 1882, and was generally updated in the 1940s. We just had an update to the electrical to make sure we were up to code, but they did not suggest we add more...
01-29-08, 08:55 AM
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Cool Covering heating window units during winter

Hi,
Is there a way to cover heating window units during the winter so air does not blow through?
Thanks,
Ginger
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Cool Windows

Hi,
We have a home that was built in 1882 and we are trying to save the original window frames and glass. Heating and air cooling are window units. They have been fine for our family since the 1940s...
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Okay...

Rick,
Thanks so much for the info, now it leads me to another question. I am trying to transfer it to save it and then will throw the tape away so as not to use it again. I am transferring it from...
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How to splice 8mm digital tape

I have an 8mm digital tape that broke in the middle of the tape. Can I splice it back together again? How would I do it and with what tape? I know I can send it out for repair, but wanted to know if...
10-13-07, 10:47 AM
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Posted By G1ngerbread

Smile AC/Heat Window unit questions

1) If you get an ac/heat window unit, does it have to be winterized as well? If so, how does the heater part work?

2) If the temp goes below a certain degree, does the heater part not work to...
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