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Extreme Temps

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1 Extreme Temps on Sat Jun 27, 2009 5:27 pm


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I know the problems of the machine in cold weather, however with temps in Oklahoma this last week in and around the 100s anyone every experience problems or know of issues with operating the machine at extreme temps?

Not sure Im comfortable using it this week. And I know some dont have this issue with climate controlled shops, however Im not there yet.

On a side note: Even if the machine doesnt have any problems with the higher temps I do know for a fact that the operator does not do well with temps above 100. affraid

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2 Re: Extreme Temps on Sat Jun 27, 2009 8:12 pm


Lots of cold beer might help...LOL

You might try running a small fan across the machine. Last summer I ran mine a lot in the hot weather and really did not notice any issues with it. Other than I did sweat a lot..

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3 Heat Issues on Sat Jun 27, 2009 9:08 pm


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I had some issues the last few weeks here - we had a 110 day. They were issues that I don't normally have. THe machine wanted to overheat - put a fan on it and all was good.

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