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Old 01-20-2019, 12:44 PM   #43
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Dollar store Scott! Na na na na na. I got myself out of the dog house over the .99 scrubber. Yep, I hear ya on the valve. I do open it here and there to be sure the coolant doesn't get stagnate. I guess if I didn't maintain the cleanliness of the rad/cac I would then need to "turn on the heater".
BTW, we got BLASTED here in Ohio. I could see the grass yesterday morning at 8:00 am. By evening we had 10" of snow. Went out to fill the boiler this morning to find another 5". The Lake Erie snow machine is in full effect!!!!!
Hey George,
Sure glad you like that white stuff. When it gets down to around 60 around here in Lake Havasu, WE'RE FREEZING! We like our HEAT.

P.S. Glad you bought your way out of the doghouse, even though it ran you a whopping .99 cents!

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I said nothing about liking it! In fact, I absolutely hate it anymore. Two more years and done here. Only time after that is,,,, PICTURES of snow.
BTW, the scrubbers were two for one!
Have a great day!

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I have used the water wand with good results,blows a nice high pressure stream of water. Haven’t tried the air wand so use at your own discretion. Haha

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