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Topic: IR2 lid (8 msgs / 344 lines)
1) From:
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Don't ask me how it happened, but I fave lost the lid to my IR2.  =
Without the cover, I cannot get a temperature above 385 F.  If someone =
with a dead IR2 woould like to sell the cover, let me know your price, =
postpaid to Northeast Texas, I will send a check and wait eagerly for =
you to send me a cover.  TIA

2) From: Taso Lyristis
Just in case you're not aware, you can get replacement parts directly from
iRoast:http://www.i-roast.com/pro_02_05.phpOn 10/24/07, johnmhowison  wrote:
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3) From: raymanowen
" I fave lost the lid to my IR2."
How in the world did you pull That off ? ? ?
Just try it with more beans and roast on. Two much beans always gives more
degrees...
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
On 10/24/07, johnmhowison  wrote:
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4) From: Robert Shields
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Ray-Your making me laugh!
Rob

5) From: Mejia, Carlos
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I haven't heard of anyone losing a "lid" since the 60's ;-)
From: homeroast-admin
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johnmhowison
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2007 2:22 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: +IR2 lid
 
Don't ask me how it happened, but I fave lost the lid to my IR2.
Without the cover, I cannot get a temperature above 385 F.  If someone
with a dead IR2 woould like to sell the cover, let me know your price,
postpaid to Northeast Texas, I will send a check and wait eagerly for
you to send me a cover.  TIA

6) From: Sandy Andina
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Don't bogart those beans, my friend
Pass 'em over to me.....
On Oct 25, 2007, at 1:01 AM, Mejia, Carlos wrote:
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Sandy
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Don't bogart those beans, my friendPass 'em over to =
me.....
On Oct 25, 2007, at 1:01 AM, Mejia, Carlos =
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I haven’t heard of anyone losing = a “lid” since the 60’s ;-)  From: homeroast-admin= s.com [mailto:homeroast-adm= in] On Behalf Of johnmhowison Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2007 = 2:22 PM To: homeroast Subject: +IR2 = lid Don't = ask me how it happened, but I fave lost the lid to my IR2.  Without = the cover, I cannot get a temperature above 385 F.  If someone with a = dead IR2 woould like to sell the cover, let me know your price, postpaid = to Northeast Texas, I will send a check and wait = eagerly for you to send me a cover.  = TIA Sandywww.sass-music.com
= = --Apple-Mail-102-236983830--

7) From: Joseph Robertson
I did stumble upon one once in an un-named public park in Portland Oregon. I
picked it up and a friend told me to go put it back where I found it. Before
I could a guy came running by in a panic and asked me if I saw one on the
ground and I said yes, you mean this? He was very happy he didn't loose it.
I was naive once.
True story. This was long before the IR2 lids though.
JoeR
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8) From: Sandy Andina
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A few decades ago my band was doing a showcase at a local club, when  
a fellow performer came over, pulled out a plain white business  
envelope and whispered, "You're not gonna believe what I found on the  
bus!"  It was, well, not quite a lid but close.  He said that it was  
on the seat next to him after the passenger had gotten off (no pun  
intended) a couple of stops earlier.  He exclaimed, "And he even  
cleaned it--no stems or seeds at all!" We had to explain to him what  
"sinsemillia" was.  More than this I will not say.
On Oct 25, 2007, at 4:26 AM, Joseph Robertson wrote:
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Sandy
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www.sass-music.com
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A few decades ago my band was =
doing a showcase at a local club, when a fellow performer came over, =
pulled out a plain white business envelope and whispered, "You're not =
gonna believe what I found on the bus!"  It was, well, not quite a lid =
but close.  He said that it was on the seat next to him after the =
passenger had gotten off (no pun intended) a couple of stops earlier. =
 He exclaimed, "And he even cleaned it--no stems or seeds at all!" We =
had to explain to him what "sinsemillia" was.  More than this I will =
not say.
On Oct 25, 2007, at 4:26 AM, Joseph Robertson =
wrote:
I did stumble upon one once in an un-named public park in = Portland Oregon. I picked it up and a friend told me to go put it back = where I found it. Before I could a guy came running by in a panic and = asked me if I saw one on the ground and I said yes, you mean this? He = was very happy he didn't loose it. I was naive once. True story. = This was long before the IR2 lids though. JoeR On 10/24/07, Mejia, = Carlos <carlos.mejia > = wrote:

I haven't heard of anyone losing a "lid" since the 60's = ;-)

 
 

From: homeroast-admin= om [mailto:homeroast-admin= om] On Behalf Of johnmhowison = Sent: Wednesday, = October 24, 2007 2:22 PM To: homeroast= Subject: = +IR2 lid

 
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Don't ask me how it happened, but I fave lost the = lid to my IR2.  Without the cover, I cannot get a temperature above = 385 F.  If someone with a dead IR2 woould like to sell the cover, let = me know your price, postpaid to Northeast Texas, I will send a check and = wait eagerly for you to send me a cover.  TIA

= = Sandywww.sass-music.com
= = --Apple-Mail-107-284289974--


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