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20-something years ago, the company I worked for was putting off getting the shop radiant heaters repaired, so one very cold day someone busted up a pallet and made a bon fire in the middle of the machine shop floor. They had someone out fixing the heaters the next day.
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20-something years ago, the company I worked for was putting off getting the shop radiant heaters repaired, so one very cold day someone busted up a pallet and made a bon fire in the middle of the machine shop floor. They had someone out fixing the heaters the next day.
As a young mechanic, just back from Nam , we had the same problem and I put a burn barrel in the middle of the shop. The heaters got fixed and I was told it was a good thing I was a good mechanic.
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As a young mechanic, just back from Nam , we had the same problem and I put a burn barrel in the middle of the shop. The heaters got fixed and I was told it was a good thing I was a good mechanic.


Lol they didnít say a word to me, I was actually surprised. Probably a good thing I was a good machinist lol.

BTW, the pallets made so much smoke that we had to raise all the doors which just made it colder of course. But it did get their attention.
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