Try it!!!! (Was - Re: One More PCB Dishwasher Question)

From: Fred Cisin <>
Date: Sat Dec 29 17:39:27 2001

> > Here is a test. Boil some water in a big pot, as if you were to make

On Sat, 29 Dec 2001, Don Maslin wrote:
> Scarcely a valid test. In the first place, the water temperature is
> dramaticly higher than 145-160 degrees F and, in the second place,
> dishwashers spray the hot water on their contents rather than submerge
> them.

And where can I get a dish^H^H^H^Hboard washer that STARTS at 150 degrees?
Mine takes a while to flush the cold water through the system before it
starts spraying hot. When I turn on a "HOT" water faucet, in MY house, it
takes it close to a minute to come up to temperature. One of the
consequences of long pipes and not sharing plumbing with a lot of other

Always shut down the machine before running it through the
dishwasher! Park the hard-drive and turn off the monitor.
Besides, if the computer is plugged in, the cord keeps the door from
sealing completely, and some water leaks out. A water-tight bulkhead
fitting would solve that, but I'd still want a GFCI for it.

Q: will a Pentium chip put out enough heat to boil water? It takes it a
long time to toast bread.
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