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Old 04 November 2008, 13:32   #1
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Etec Winterizing.

For the non-RTFM types.

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Actually Mollers, even for the RTFM lot, that's a nice demo. Thanks for posting the link. BTW, have you done the deed yet? A big weather window has postponed such plans here for a while yet.
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Actually Mollers, even for the RTFM lot, that's a nice demo. Thanks for posting the link. BTW, have you done the deed yet? A big weather window has postponed such plans here for a while yet.
I tried a couple and failed. With video help I got there.
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Yea took me a couple of tries too

I like the other vid there - De Winterizing , start it up on muffs and rev the T*ts off it Doh
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Just to add, the vid shows analog dials. With the Icommand you don't get the lights. You'll know when you've hit winterization mode as it flashes up on the dials and the alarm sounds.

Another tip. I sealed-up my console and put one of those anti-damp silicon tray things in there. You can get them in in Woolworths. One will take a good litre or so of moisture out of the air.
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