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Old 04-04-2006, 07:56 AM   #15
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Good deal on inteli-power

This guy on Ebay has 60amp for 125.00 New with warranty along with lower power ones. Basically 1/2 price. He gets them OEM 6packs and resells them. I got one and no problem. Came with Warranty card instructions everything.

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Old 04-04-2006, 12:28 PM   #16
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Hi Angel73--Re your hard to get at copper pipes that need to be replaced: I have had long term sucess by cutting the pipe in two places, where it is easy to get at and replacing with 5/8" ID soft clear plastic tubing, slipped over the copper, and held in place with stainless screw type clamps. Works with no drips, and it is easy to snake the tubing through areas that are difficult to get at. Don't even have to remove the old pipe if you don't want to. With what ever type of pressure regulator you use on your city water inlet, pressure in your pipes will be 40 to 45 psi, which the tubing and clamps easily handle. Some of the copper tubing is almost impossible to replace without burning down your A/S with your propane torch.--Frank S
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Old 04-04-2006, 12:46 PM   #17
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Hi Angel73--Reread your questions from yesterday regarding how to keep from having water pipe leaks in the future. The solution is easy. Before winter storage drain all the water out of the lines, and fill lines with RV antifreeze (2-gal will due, I buy 3 in case I need a little more). I have bypass valveing on my water heater (all in soft clear plastic tubing), so I can drain the WH, and not have to fill it with 6-gal of antifreeze. I do however let a little trickle in. Also put a little in your drain traps.--Frank S
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Old 04-11-2006, 10:14 PM   #18
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The pipes have been replaced twice before we got it..And the older guy that had it 'said he did that and the still freezes ever winter.So the guy sold it to us 5 years ago.But we never need to use the pipes until now.So your saying not to go back with the copper at all.Will that hurt the value of it later on?
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Old 04-11-2006, 10:26 PM   #19
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your talking greek to me sorry.So i shouldn't go with a unvolt.What should i go with and will it fit in the same place as the unvolt?and you don't need the unvolt to run the generator? How does it get change to ac/dc current?Sorry for all the question guy am new to the repair but i pick up fast.
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Ive never used ebay.Ive heard bad things that you dont get what u pay for? But your saying you did get it how long does it take to receiver it once u order it?
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This guy on Ebay has 60amp for 125.00 New with warranty along with lower power ones. Basically 1/2 price. He gets them OEM 6packs and resells them. I got one and no problem. Came with Warranty card instructions everything.

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Intel...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 04-15-2006, 11:20 PM   #21
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I ordered the 60 amp iteli.Thanks for the link. i guess were see how it goes when it comes in..
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