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Old 06-24-2020, 09:11 PM   #1
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They should be selling ocean-front property in Montana instead.

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Nice repair either way.
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Hey we have ocean front property here. Real cheap too,
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Hey we have ocean front property here. Real cheap too,
I'd buy some, but right now I'm installing new ski lifts at my chalet in Florida.
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Where does the current come from that would cause the dielectric process? If from the electrical panel, then the panel would have to be very, very close to the window well, otherwise it would seem to me that any current on the Ufer ground would be essentially zero.

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