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your posts are difficult to read when all bold and huge paragraphs. can't read it without getting headache.

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took my dad shopping. then posted some good and bad reviews of a few places on google after i had a manager at a store try BS me. i know he was wrong and full of $*** since i buy the same stuff on sale cheaper at other stores on the regular bases. he didn't want to sell it for sale price claiming it was not the same as the rest of the stuff on the same skid just different flavors. ended up getting it at another store for the same sale price that the first store had it listed for but wouldn't sell it for. was about a $20 difference in price. also fixed up grandma's sewing light and clock. the clock was as easy to fix as flipping the start switch on the back. the light required a new socket since cast aluminum that held the switch in broke. $8 later all fixed and good to go.

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i'll work on my brevity
I could be wrong, but I interpreted it as orangputeh referring to PS93's post, not your reply. My apologies if I've misunderstood.

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i'll work on my brevity
sorry. quoted the wrong post. you know?

"It Feels Like Beer O'Clock "
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I could be wrong, but I interpreted it as orangputeh referring to PS93's post, not your reply. My apologies if I've misunderstood.
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sorry. quoted the wrong post. you know?
No worries brutha puteh! I was throwin' smoke for my brother with the heavy chevy!


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I did absolutely NOTHING today except eat and watch the stupid TV.

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Topped off the start battery on the Ariens Pro Hydro 36".Just waiting for the 7+" of slushy stuff this Sat. night. The machine has been working great in it's first season. Throws snow into the next county!!
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GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. Cursed a lot as my 15 year old Lennox LF24-45 garage furnace quit on me today. And it's -17C in Calgary right now!

No error codes flashing. Inducer fan works, electronic ignition fires, but no voltage across leads to the regulator to open the gas (s/b 24-30 VAC). Methinks it's the "integrated control board/motherboard." I hope it is. While expensive, at least I can replace that myself. But if it is the gas valve I'm up a certain smelly creek without a paddle.

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GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. Cursed a lot as my 15 year old Lennox LF24-45 garage furnace quit on me today. And it's -17C in Calgary right now!

No error codes flashing. Inducer fan works, electronic ignition fires, but no voltage across leads to the regulator to open the gas (s/b 24-30 VAC). Methinks it's the "integrated control board/motherboard." I hope it is. While expensive, at least I can replace that myself. But if it is the gas valve I'm up a certain smelly creek without a paddle.

I really hate that creek.
That stinks! My Lennox furnace crapped out during the coldest night of the season a few weeks ago.

Grabbed the wiring diagram and started following traces. It turned out to be a tripped sensor near the exhaust stack..I was getting a backdraft from having it off too long (was using the fireplace). Those sensors (look like watch batteries) are resettable by a little bit button between the wiring terminals.


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[QUOTE=oneacer;1709665]@joe kool,

Wow... no insurance for that stuff?

that's the 20% is about $200 x 30 treatments total cost
then there will be charges for chemo, I have no way to pay maybe will look at medical bankrupty or just get sleazier than the collectors. Even if you only get social security, they can lien your house. If you get anything more than social security they go after it,they can even subpeona you to tell them where it comes from so they can garnish it...
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