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Lithium ion batteries do not work in the cold. ...

Lithium ion batteries do not work in the cold.

In this case, cold is defined as 40*F and below.

They do not charge well, or at all, and run time drops significantly near and below that...
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The PLS 180 would do the job with a detector. ...

The PLS 180 would do the job with a detector.

Depending on the ambient lighting, it is possible to see the beam for about 150' (yes, it has to be dark at that distance).

The biggest problem is...
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Husky and Gorilla are both private label brands...

Husky and Gorilla are both private label brands that are made in China with a low wholesale/high retail cost.

Gorilla is a Little Giant knockoff, and the manufacturer has made design changes...
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Took it to a repair shop, all of $175 to fix it.

Took it to a repair shop, all of $175 to fix it.
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Posted By danski0224

Question Loss of Picture, Sony 35" XBR

No more picture, but I still have audio. The "Standby/Stereo" LED on the set control panel is blinking.

Model number is KV-35XBR48 made in 1997

Any ideas?
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Posted By danski0224

HP has excellent tech support as long as the item...

HP has excellent tech support as long as the item is under warranty. After that- big time consultation fee per incident.

Dell is probably the same way after warranty, but I don't think the fee is...
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Posted By danski0224

Got a Dell

Just got a Dell Dimension E521 for a relative.

Least expensive thing I could find. Just the case, XP Home software (no Media Center Edition, Word or Office), AMD Athlon chip (spent $20 on the...
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Posted By danski0224

50A isn't a whole heck of a lot. Better to...

50A isn't a whole heck of a lot.

Better to buy once than twice.
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Posted By danski0224

The 50A outlet would be a better choice. Should...

The 50A outlet would be a better choice. Should be plenty of power for a small/medium TIG machine.

You can make a heavy duty extension cord out of some #8-3 wire and the required boxes/strain...
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Posted By danski0224

Your dryer outlet? Is it 220v? If it is,...

Your dryer outlet? Is it 220v?

If it is, then you are in luck... but probably limited to a 40A circuit.

Miller has a machine called the Econotig. Not a "cheap" machine as in poor quality, just...
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The hex shank bits are usually compatible with a...

The hex shank bits are usually compatible with a spline drive tool.

I would look at either the Bosch or Milwaukee websites to find out more about what bits are available. Get the part numbers and...
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Posted By danski0224

Garbage

My boss has a knockoff heavy duty Makita lookalike. Total piece of junk. Big and heavy, but no power. Lots of fun carting around something that can't do the job.

You want a rotary hammer, not a...
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Posted By danski0224

I have read somewhere else to make the chip, the...

I have read somewhere else to make the chip, the hole will follow. Cutting oil does not actually contact the cutting edge of the bit. A properly made chip will carry waste heat with it away from the...
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Posted By danski0224

Lenox carbide tipped. Awesome.

Lenox carbide tipped.

Awesome.
03-18-06, 10:13 PM
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Posted By danski0224

Little Giant ladder plus a leg leveler. Or,...

Little Giant ladder plus a leg leveler.

Or, regular extension ladder plus a leg leveler.
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Posted By danski0224

MAPP gas may get hot enough to braze. The...

MAPP gas may get hot enough to braze.

The oxygen/propane setups sold at the big box stores certainly will.

If the joint isn't structural, a couple of MIG tacks from your friendly independent...
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Without owning any machinery, your task will be...

Without owning any machinery, your task will be exceedingly difficult.

First question is will your aluminum bend to the desired shape without breaking? Do you need to heat it while bending?

You...
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Posted By danski0224

Generator noise

Should have bought a Honda inverter... :)
03-11-06, 06:26 AM
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Posted By danski0224

I think my Little Giant will last a long time...

I think my Little Giant will last a long time with minimal care.

The only thing that will damage it is abuse. Just like an extension ladder, it has moving parts that will get damaged if the ladder...
03-06-06, 04:11 PM
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Posted By danski0224

Yes, Little Giant is made in America.

Yes, Little Giant is made in America.
03-05-06, 08:40 AM
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Posted By danski0224

I am also considering the Tapco Bronco's. Best...

I am also considering the Tapco Bronco's. Best price I have found online is around $160.00.

I would have to agree- somewhat- on the Little Giant weight issue. That is the reason why I bought the...
03-05-06, 06:43 AM
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Posted By danski0224

I have the 13 foot Little Giant. It is no...

I have the 13 foot Little Giant.

It is no heavier than the 6' Type 1A fiberglass Louisville ladder that I also own, but it is much more useful.

Why send American money to China? Get the Little...
03-05-06, 06:38 AM
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Posted By danski0224

Would you Trust your Life to Chinese Junk?

The Gorilla ladder is Chinese made junk. They also have a fiberglass version.

The reason it is cheaper than the Little Giant is because Chinese workers make so much less than the Americans making...
03-05-06, 06:25 AM
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Posted By danski0224

Backing

Commercial carpenters here will put either 3/4" ply or a strip of 20ga sheetmetal on the studs where the cabinets will be before drywall.

The plywood is notched with a shallow saw cut on both ends...
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Posted By danski0224

If you want to get the maximum return on the...

If you want to get the maximum return on the items, the best place is probably eBay.

You will likely need to do a little bit of research on the items to help make accurate descriptions for the...
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