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07 Jul 2014   #1551
Kari

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Thanks Joan. Glad to hear you are getting better, too.

I now know after meeting my own doc today that I have not only a flu but acute bronchitis, my blood values from last week also show some high infection levels (don't know how to put it in correct English?). Still 38°C (100.4°F) fever but feeling somewhat better. It seems this week goes pretty much in bed, which for a lazy man like me is not too bad .
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07 Jul 2014   #1552
kado897

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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.
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07 Jul 2014   #1553
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

Was tempted to say "Cool" but I reconsidered
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07 Jul 2014   #1554
kado897

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Was tempted to say "Cool" but I reconsidered
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07 Jul 2014   #1555
Britton30
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kari View Post
Thanks Joan. Glad to hear you are getting better, too.

I now know after meeting my own doc today that I have not only a flu but acute bronchitis, my blood values from last week also show some high infection levels (don't know how to put it in correct English?). Still 38°C (100.4°F) fever but feeling somewhat better. It seems this week goes pretty much in bed, which for a lazy man like me is not too bad .
Sick as a dog works.
Glad you're on the mend, with all of your great help and tuts here, lazy doesn't come to mind when I think of Kari.
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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.
Of course it would do it at that time.
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07 Jul 2014   #1556
kado897

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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.
Of course it would do it at that time.
Oh yes. It was actually not too unpleasant as the weather is warm and muggy here ATM. I've got someone coming to fix it tomorrow PM.
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07 Jul 2014   #1557
A Guy

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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.


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07 Jul 2014   #1558
mohavepc

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.
From June to Early October we turn off the water heater. The temp out of the tap is on average 126F.
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07 Jul 2014   #1559
Britton30
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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.
From June to Early October we turn off the water heater. The temp out of the tap is on average 126F.
Even if you let it run? That's more then water heaters are normally set at.
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08 Jul 2014   #1560
mohavepc

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

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Today my water heater packed up. I discovered this while taking a shower.
From June to Early October we turn off the water heater. The temp out of the tap is on average 126F.
Even if you let it run? That's more then water heaters are normally set at.
Most houses here in the desert have the water pipes run through the ceilings and so gather heat from the attic. when its 100F + outside you can quite imagine the temps in the attic. We are supposed to be conserving water but cheap assed contractors are to cheap and lazy to lay Pex pipe in the slabs to cut heat down. from the 60's to the mid 2000's copper and anodized were the pipes of choice but the alkalinity of the soil destroys most to fail in less that 8 years.
Pex is the only alternative here but it cost more. Here's the rub though.
You need less footage of pipe to run underground and come up to a sink, toilet or tub.
Takes more pipe to run down the wall to same applications.
fewer feet means lower cost. (it actually equals out to close to the same)
Pex requires plumbers to be trained and tools to be bought. A pex crimper for 3/4" runs about $75.00 USD

Laziness is the biggest culprit. I am/was a journeyman plumber as well as a general contractor turned PC tech because the housing industry here turned to crap in 05'.

If I get to build my own place again I will definitely put the pipes in the floor. Running the watter for 15 minutes just to get tepid water is not conserving water.
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