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Posted Mon Jul 23, 2012, 4:05pm
Subject: Quick Isomac Tea question
 

Hey everyone - it's been a dog's age since I've checked in here.  My wife and I moved to a different house a few years ago, and I haven't fired up my  Tea since (totally embarrassing).  This weekend I cleaned it up, turned it on, and waited to see what would happen.  Everything seemed fine.  I can't remember, however, what the gauges should be reading while it's 'idling'.  Could someone give me the approximate readings a healthy isomac should be giving while powered on and warmed up?

Another (maybe) odd question:  What size screws does the machine need to attach the cover?  I removed it years ago and can't find the original screws anywhere!

Anyway, thanks in advance for any info.

Cheers!
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