Re: Cleaning Gunk Out Of Overflow Tank

This sounds similar to testing a thermostat in the wife's nice boiler. She went to Target for a bit and never knew what happened.

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I just use the stove, some water, and a small cooking pot... nothing special.
NIc

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Fill it with gasoline. Toss a match in it, and the brown stains will disappear like magic. This is best done outdoors in a well ventilated yard.
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Are you on crack?
BTJustice
----- Original Message ----- From: ConTroll@blah_blah.com Sent: 5/25/2004 12:30 PM

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You must have been using hydrochloric or sulfuric acid. ;)
mike hunt
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