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Old 08-11-2003, 02:29 PM   #29
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:E :E Suz, I can't really answer your question as we are still in the learning stage. It was nice and cold on electric, I can tell you that. It was not very cold on battery, I did have juice as the lights did work. Not able to give you an answer on the propane as it is not working to this point. I am going out to check it again, I will finish this after this, my 40th check! The coils are cool to the touch, we are making progress. I am going to leave it on at least until bedtime, maybe even over night. Thanks again for all the help. Julie
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