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Old 10-17-2012, 11:01 AM  
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Sorry I ment 120. In fact it is 45c which is 114f and no more than 60c which is 140f
Boy, I am glad that was corrected. I was concerned about how many folks would be scolded by doing this.


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Ya; that's not the kind of imformation I would want people to beleive.
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