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None of the inexpensive ones I've seen could get the internal temperature down low enough (~37 deg F) to really function as a true food-safe refrigerator.  The one I tried (amazon link) claims to get down to 36F below ambient temperature.  Here in summer that's like 60F.

Are there better ones out there?  I wonder how do the prices compare to similarly sized conventional compressor refrigerators?
As is no surprise, Mueller has gone full on nuclear against the NRA and gun owners in general.  He is reportedly under heavy pressure by establishment democrats to deliver something that they can use in the midterm elections.   Luckily the administration was able to stop him today from using the IRS to get NRA member names for hit lists.
IRS won't require NRA, other groups to disclose donors to tax officials

The policy, announced this week by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, achieves a long-standing goal of some conservative groups who say donor disclosure, even to the IRS, could subject their contributors to government intimidation and harassment.
"This is the theater of the absurd," said Fred Wertheimer of the watchdog group Democracy 21. "By limiting donor disclosure to the IRS, they have limited any ability to prevent Russia and Russian oligarchs to launder unlimited, undisclosed and illegal contributions through advocacy groups into federal elections."
“Americans shouldn’t be required to send the IRS information that it doesn’t need to effectively enforce our tax laws, and the IRS simply does not need tax returns with donor names and addresses to do its job in this area,” Mnuchin said in a statement.
Supporters of the new policy noted that the IRS has faced controversy over its handling of tax-exempt groups.  In 2013, for instance, the agency mistakenly released a portion of the Republican Governors Association tax return that disclosed  some of its donors. That year, the tax agency became engulfed in scandal after the agency's inspector general found federal tax officials inappropriately targeted political groups for additional scrutiny.

Other Energy Sources / Re: what is button on AC power cord
« Last post by surfivor on Yesterday at 04:00:55 PM »
 My mother thinks the unit does not put water out but I am not sure why that would be. It was acting weird and cycling through states were it kept turning on and off every 10 seconds. I just unplugged it and plugged it back in and it was fine to run for 3 hours

- OK so I located a spigot on the outside that had a rubber plug. I removed the rubber plug and some water came out but not very much. Probably that wasn't good

It's an Admiral unit that I probably bought at home depot 3 years ago or more
Other Energy Sources / Re: what is button on AC power cord
« Last post by archer on Yesterday at 02:10:48 PM »
mine has one and the manual says:

The power supply cord contains a current device that senses damage to the power cord. To test
your power supply cord do the following:
Plug in the Air Conditioner.
The power supply cord will have TWO buttons on the plug head. Press the TEST button. You will notice a click as the RESET button pops out.
Press the RESET button. Again you will notice a click as the button engages.
The power supply cord is now supplying electricity to the unit. (This is also indicated by a light on the plug head).
Do not use this device to turn the unit on or off.
Always make sure the RESET button is pushed in for correct operation.
The power supply cord must be replaced if it fails to reset when either the TEST button is pushed,
or it cannot be reset. A new one can be obtained from the product manufacturer.
If power supply cord is damaged, it CANNOT be repaired. It MUST be replaced by one obtained
from the product manufacturer.
Outdoors Activities / Re: Online MILSURP vendor
« Last post by gpewett on Yesterday at 02:05:58 PM »
Im looking for things like canvas tarps/ wool blankets and molle shoulder straps. Cheaper than dirt never seems to have these sorts of things
Other Energy Sources / Re: what is button on AC power cord
« Last post by Fixit on Yesterday at 01:35:19 PM »
Me thinks that is a GFI breaker . It said I got more power going in than out and must be shorter . Check your condensation drain . Water build up maybe.
Gardening and Agriculture / Re: Asparagus
« Last post by CharlesH on Yesterday at 12:41:32 PM »
Hi Denise,
  My aged compost is a mixture of organic material from my homestead.  It can be yard clippings, vegetable scraps, moss from my pond, chicken and cow bedding that is soiled, etc.  I age it for about a year.  During those 12 months I turn it over with a pitchfork at least twice to let it loosen up and get air.  It stays outside so it gets moisture from the weather.  At the end of 12 months it usually looks almost like soil itself.  This gets spread on the asparagus.
Other Energy Sources / Re: Pulsing generator
« Last post by IKN on Yesterday at 12:03:18 PM »
Could be one of a few different issues. I can here your engine surging in the video instead of a constant noise that's not in sync with the light going on and off.
According to the Owners Manual I found, there's a voltmeter on the generator control panel. Does it show a constant voltage or is it fluctuating ???
Based on what I saw and heard, it could either be the Auto Voltage Regulator (AVR) or the thermal overload for the DC exciter field is tripping and resetting. If the later, it could be a bad thermal overload or a problem in the exciter windings. Might be able to tell if you have a multi-meter that measures DC amps.
Other Energy Sources / Re: what is button on AC power cord
« Last post by Carl on Yesterday at 10:39:00 AM »
  That breaker/button is called "some ting wrong"
Outdoors Activities / Re: Online MILSURP vendor
« Last post by armymars on Yesterday at 10:03:29 AM »
Cheaper Than Dirt
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