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The best (IMO) way to insure against data loss is...

The best (IMO) way to insure against data loss is to use two disk drives set up in a RAID 1 configuration. Anything written on one disk is simultainiously written on the other disk i.e., the data is...
06-29-08, 08:25 PM
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I'm sure Marc will get you going but FYI your...

I'm sure Marc will get you going but FYI your question is a common one at the OLD WOODWORKING MACHINE forums. There is a good chance that one of the members has done the conversion and restored a...
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Posted By 1Geniere

Thanks Rick!! Steve

Thanks Rick!!

Steve
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Yes for a TV my wife uses outside on our patio. ...

Yes for a TV my wife uses outside on our patio.

If I understood you properly, you have actually seen such a device but could not find it on a web search?

Do you know if the ones used for...
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Posted By 1Geniere

RJ6 Storage Reel

Is there a spring retractable RJ6 cable reel available? I’m looking for something that is similar to the ones used for power cords.

Thanks - Steve
05-04-08, 12:33 AM
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Posted By 1Geniere

[QUOTE=ArgMeMatey;1359835]...that there is a...

[QUOTE=ArgMeMatey;1359835]...that there is a problem because the European system is 230V to ground, while the North American system is 120V to ground and 240V leg-to-leg...QUOTE]

While your...
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Posted By 1Geniere

Try a search for " *.pab * and read information...

Try a search for " *.pab * and read information at this site:


http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011922051033.aspx

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Oooops! ......

Oooops! ......
04-19-08, 10:20 AM
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But of course, in the USA, a professional...

But of course, in the USA, a professional electrician would not use a bushing to replace a cordgrip unless it was listed for the purpose; correct?
04-18-08, 10:43 PM
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Posted By 1Geniere

If the manufacturer calls it a bushing, it must...

If the manufacturer calls it a bushing, it must be a bushing.

It is possible to determine who the manufacturer is by ‘right-clicking’ on the picture that the OP provided and selecting...
04-18-08, 10:37 AM
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Posted By 1Geniere

This is a link to the manufacturor's site using...

This is a link to the manufacturor's site using the English language option.

Scroll down a little to see your “nippel”.

It is called “Bushing PG 13,5” application with most switchboards...
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Posted By 1Geniere

I'm not sure if you are using "Outlook" or...

I'm not sure if you are using "Outlook" or "Outlook Express". They are much different programs and create different files.

Outlook Express very definitely stores e-mail addresses in files using...
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OOPS sorry! WAB is the 'Outlook Express'...

OOPS sorry!

WAB is the 'Outlook Express' file extension for the address book.
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Search the entire drive for (*.wab) but don't...

Search the entire drive for (*.wab) but don't include the parenthesis.


The search should find two address book files, your's and your wife's.

Outlook has an import 'address book' function.
03-31-08, 08:03 PM
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Posted By 1Geniere

You have a common problem with an easy fix. You...

You have a common problem with an easy fix. You need to buy a "box extender". I'm pretty sure I've seen them at the big box stores.

click on the link below:
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03-31-08, 12:22 AM
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Posted By 1Geniere

I’m not an electrician or a code (NEC) guru but I...

I’m not an electrician or a code (NEC) guru but I have some expertise with things electric.

There can be little doubt that the NEC does require a conductive cover plate to be bonded to the ‘safety...
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Posted By 1Geniere

The monitor may have a menu system for set-up...

The monitor may have a menu system for set-up that is indepedant from the computor.


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02-27-08, 12:32 AM
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Posted By 1Geniere

Search the web for “12 volt dimmer”. Make sure...

Search the web for “12 volt dimmer”. Make sure it’s for direct current (DC) with a wattage rating exceding the lamp wattage. You can use 1 dimmer for several lamps if the total wattage does not...
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Posted By 1Geniere

I had a similar problem whereby a single mouse...

I had a similar problem whereby a single mouse click would generate multiple actions. If I opened a message in Outlook Express, all messages above it also opened, ditto in Win Explorer, opened a...
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No expert here either. It's my understanding...

No expert here either.

It's my understanding that a file is shared if it's in a shared folder. With my XP setup, I cannot mark individual files as "sharable" but I can mark a folder as "sharable".
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Posted By 1Geniere

I think you have "Flash Video Recorder"...

I think you have "Flash Video Recorder" installed. Uninstall it and then use a registry cleaner to eliminate left over entries.
01-22-08, 08:05 PM
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Posted By 1Geniere

What do you consider risk? An undervoltaged...

What do you consider risk?

An undervoltaged motor will have less torque, it may not start, draw maximum current, and eventually trip the breaker... or the windings may melt their insulation, short...
01-17-08, 09:38 PM
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Posted By 1Geniere

Forget about the good books. If you want to be...

Forget about the good books. If you want to be an EE or any kind of an engineer you will need to change your mind set from hands-on to academics, think hanging out with the nerds and perusing...
12-02-07, 02:46 PM
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Posted By 1Geniere

I'm just giving a good guess, you (Nap) may very...

I'm just giving a good guess, you (Nap) may very well have a provided a better one.
12-02-07, 02:30 PM
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Posted By 1Geniere

edit It seems Nap beat me to it... but we seem to...

edit It seems Nap beat me to it... but we seem to be providing similar advice.

The photos of the circuit board indicate to me that the motors are the split capacitor type. That would mean that...
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