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Old 05-13-2014, 11:59 AM   #11
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You might want to add more LR. I don't think you have enough.
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Old 05-13-2014, 12:29 PM   #12
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We have only lost power once over the last year or so here
I guess I'm just lucky
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From. June to October it rains everyday. Violent thunderstorms

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Where in Florida are you? It rains a lot in the summer, but not from June - October... Especially enough to get power outages.
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Where in Florida are you? It rains a lot in the summer, but not from June - October... Especially enough to get power outages.
South Florida. Clocks are blinking almost every day when I get home. Power isn't out for long though
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South Florida. Clocks are blinking almost every day when I get home. Power isn't out for long though

Oh well, yeah we get those. But it doesn't put your tank in any grave danger really. I wouldn't call them power outages, more "Flashes without power".
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