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Old 03-22-2007, 05:09 PM   #11
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Yes, this is all DT's fault that I ventured into the sacred SW section of the forum. haha

I didn't test the high range yet, because I didn't have any distilled water on hand (again, I'm not a SW keeper). And since I don't know how to read the test, I can't calibrate to my tap water.
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Yes, this is all DT's fault that I ventured into the sacred SW section of the forum. haha
LOL! I thought your were trying to sneak over to the saltie side!
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LOL! I thought your were trying to sneak over to the saltie side!
Eventually - Not today though

Next year you are coming over to Ashburn to help me setup a 180g though.
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