Re: Procedures for supposedly obvious things

Subject: Re: Procedures for supposedly obvious things
From: Al Geist <al -dot- geist -at- geistassociates -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 12:53:50 -0500

Keith Hood wrote:

And I can understand why the extra cost on your
"muffin" fans - Radio Shack products usually aren't
depth charge rated.

That was the funny part. The fans sold at Radio Shack were exactly the same
fans bought by the Navy under the specification for use in a submarine. The
ratings were the same.
I used two of the fans myself to keep an old Dynaco Audio Amplifier from
overheating. The amp is long gone, but I still have the fans (bought at a
Radio Shack in 1968). I haven't depth charged them yet though......


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