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Air Conditioner Selection, Issue #017 -- Wall Plugs!
June 01, 2011
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02 June 2011

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  1. Content Highlight on Air Conditioner Selection - Update on Marine Air Conditioner page

  2. Your thirteenth tip. Tip #0013: Wall Plugs!


1. Content Highlight on Air Conditioner Selection - Update on Marine Air Conditioner page

What has changed? I have added in 14. Yes, fourteen concise points on unique characteristics of Marine AC components, as compared to "land-based" (for the lack of better phrase) air conditioners.

Check it out over here!


2. Your thirteenth tip. Tip #0013: Wall Plugs!

I was having an enthusiastic weekend - being a help around the house. We bought a wall-hung drying line.

The drying line is expected to hold approximately 10 kilograms of clothes at one time, and hence it came with a wall-plug that looks more like...an anchor bolt.

Now, anchor bolts are quite tricky to be put in correctly into walls. Guess what. I made a mistake by inserting the expandable anchor, before inserting the stud. The correct procedure would be, to insert the expandable anchor into the stud, and insert the assembly into the wall together before completing the fitting.

I had to bear the consequence of 30 minutes of slow and painful extraction of the anchor - without damaging my wall.

Imagine if one made the same mistake, 10 feet above the ground, installing a Split AC, on a hot summer.

Let's be safe folks.


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TS Mohamed Rasied,
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