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Old 05-09-2014, 09:08 PM   #15
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The reply was from their lawyers CYA language, speaking of the company. Wa8XYM gave you the bottom line of this subject.
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I don't mind the smell of a pot roast cooking all day, its the same as in the S&B. Yum
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I don't mind the smell that much either. It just makes me feel "used" when people lick their lips when they smell me at rest areas
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I don't mind the smell that much either. It just makes me feel "used" when people lick their lips when they smell me at rest areas
and on a Sunday Morning too. Thanks for the chuckle
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Son's band, Thira, uses one in their old Chevy conversion van on the road all the time. Probably built for high wattage.
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Son's band, Thira, uses one in their old Chevy conversion van on the road all the time. Probably built for high wattage.
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Their old Chevy van is probably built for high wattage?
How does it deffer from a new van?
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The reply was from their lawyers CYA language, speaking of the company. Wa8XYM gave you the bottom line of this subject.
Thank you Ray, Good to be appreaciated.. And I do a LOT of research answering people's (My own included) questions.

And by the way I will add that you are right too, the "We can not recommend" is lawyer speak for "We have not tested that configuration and would rather play safe than sorry".

ME.. I've tested it. Using both electronically and non electronically controlled heating stuff (Coffee Pots, Slow Cookers) on the Prosine and reading the horror stores about those who tried to use them on MSW..

Believe it or not, that is NOT the reason I have a true sine wave.. But it will do for a secondary one.

(Less Electronic radio interference).
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Inside joke, they are a metal band. But, they do it all the time. Travelling out west right now.
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I ran one of these

over night many times on one of these

via 2 6 volt GC2 batteries with out issue.

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Inside joke, they are a metal band. But, they do it all the time. Travelling out west right now.
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Do what?...travel out west?
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