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Topic: ...clothes dryer?? what about at a dry cleaners? (30 lines)
1) From: =?iso-8859-1?q?Bob=20Cassinelli?=
The hardest part with the latter is explaining your coffee fetish to the clerk! 
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 AlChemist John  wrote:Sometime around 18:44 11/6/02, Eric B. Stauffer typed:
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It might fly. I thought most dryers ran on some form of 240 though? I have 
often wondered about salvaging from other "dead" appliances to make a high 
capacity, low cost roaster. I think the only thing you have to lose is 
time and effort.
I have access to a "dead" gas chromatograph at work. It's temperature 
ramps still work just fine, unfortunately, it runs of 240V. I guess that 
is what you get for an instrument that can go from ambient to 300 C in 
a couple of minutes.
Good luck.
BTW, to the electrical types out there, what happens. per se, if you wire a 
240 appliance to 120?
John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
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