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Old 12-27-2011
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You are too fast. I added a line about the element hookup. From the chart the 2000 watt option is 220 only. The one shown was the bedroom heater.
Yep , it is difficult to stay ahead of Gardner, I forgot about the 220 option.
I do remember the heater is too hot for the bedroom, so the lower heat wattage range.
These heaters are heavy duty, that is why I like the old stuff.
Did not see anything interesting or recognizable in the garage back round picture. ???
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Yep , it is difficult to stay ahead of Gardner, I forgot about the 220 option.
I do remember the heater is too hot for the bedroom, so the lower heat wattage range.
These heaters are heavy duty, that is why I like the old stuff.
Did not see anything interesting or recognizable in the garage back round picture. ???
Bill, I added the chart and edited the post, I was incorrect about the 2000 watt option.
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Gardner, Heater looks good and I see your moving right along on the shop clean up also. Looks a lot like mine.
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Gardner, Heater looks good and I see your moving right along on the shop clean up also. Looks a lot like mine.
I need to pretend I am moving, like Randy. I really have to throw out a lot of stuff, or get a bigger shed
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Nice writeup. and nice wood floors
Ernie, the floors are holding up extremely well to the dog and the cat and general traffic. Still looking great. You can see a little "patina" on the wood where the heater shroud (not seen in photos) directs the airflow downward. I actually think it gives character so I like it. Everyone has loved the wood floors you put in our coach.

Anyone with impossible to keep clean carpet (like we used to have), do yourself a favor and book Ernie to put in some wood floors.

I will look into replacing the heater unit with the safer one. I will say that the ones currently installed have been used extensively and no troubles at all. It is apparent to me now that cleaning them once every 17 years is not frequent enough.
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A messy desk is a sign of a healthy mind.

If that is the case Gardner and I must be Einstein's
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If that is the case Gardner and I must be Einstein's

I thought it was a clean mind
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I thought it was a clean mind
Well, in my case, I'm probably either the smartest guy around, or have the cleanest mind in town!!
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i cleaned mine a while back

should have took some pic!

my bus is full of lint looking stuff every where i keep blowing it all out of nooks and crannys

the stupid washer/dryer vent hose as installed will never work! the hose is dang neer flattened out when installed on washer and it is back in its position

they must have been drying clothes forever with that stuff just blowing in the space behind it and it went wherever! just a washer for me

it got so much lint that it shorted out a paddle light switch on the dryer enclosure! and i
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