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Old 08-03-2020, 10:24 AM   #15
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Nor can I take my recycling to my local Kroger "Recycling Center" (that's what the sign says), only my returnables.
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Old 08-03-2020, 10:30 AM   #16
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Has everybody gone COVID-19 isolation , bored/crazy.

I loved the little story; be it true or not ; about Isaac Newton and his inventing , calculus , during his recovery form the black plague .

Do you have any idea how bored you'd have to be to invent calculus???


DW, says I'm spending too much time on the internet .
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That and you don't gas up a diesel.
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Nor can I take my recycling to my local Kroger "Recycling Center" (that's what the sign says), only my returnables.

So it should be the " Deposit Redemption Center " .

When can we start the protest ! I've got plenty of cardboard ( waiting for Recycling center to open ) and left over paint ; for the signs.
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Old 08-03-2020, 10:43 AM   #19
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My water heater is 110 volts. When I turn it on it gets the water hot enough to suit me. But not my wife. So for her I fire up the hot water heater (propane) to get it hot enough to kill lobsters. Or whatever it is my wife does in the bathroom.

Although your 1993 uses separate controls/t-stats for the Electric and the propane BOTH should heat to same water temp


Electric takes LONGER to reach t-stat set point then propane does
But unless different temp set point t-stats were used ----same temp HOT water should be coming out of hot water heater
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So to further elaborate on this:


If it was a hot water heater, then that would imply that cold water would not be heated.


If it was a cold water heater, then that would imply that once it reached temperature, it would not maintain the temperature.


Being properly called a water heater, it ignores the input waters temperature and heats it regardless.


We all know that water heaters have a maximum threshold. There is also an implied minimum threshold, also given in the name, as it is not intended to heat a solid (aka: ice).


(Man, this is a lot more fun to discuss than other topics on the interwebs !)
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That and you don't gas up a diesel.

and why my DSDP gets terrific gas mileage ( or terrible if one to where actually try )
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(Man, this is a lot more fun to discuss than other topics on the interwebs !)
And so far , not one mention of it being a conspiracy ..... wait .. now I got it started , sorry.
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That and you don't gas up a diesel.
Hmmm, do you DEF it up???? Not mine of course, asking for a friend. I just have a DPF. Now that is a different story.

Why does diesel have Particulates??
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A water heater heats cold water and maintains the heat of hot water. There it is, so simple, yet so misunderstood.
Oh, also my coach has a battery disconnect switch, but no salesman switch.

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That and you don't gas up a diesel.

But you can fuel up a Gasser !
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Although your 1993 uses separate controls/t-stats for the Electric and the propane BOTH should heat to same water temp
Keyword here being "should". Old vehicles tend to develop personalities and sometimes a few "shoulds" tend to go out the window. Electric heats up to about 110F, propane 130F. Don't know or care why. I would suppose an elderly heating element would be at fault if I were to guess. All I know is for reason reason is my wife's apparently delicate skin is steam proof or something and she complains if the dishwater isn't hot enough. A problem I discovered is could be remedied by also firing up the propane. Simple, works, not messing with it.
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