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  1. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    Thank you! I had to go back.
    Is it seventeen now? I get patent and trademark times messed up. I
    though one of them was up to 20 yrs.
     
  2. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    But he posted both messages at the same time and John's request came
    later.

    Monkey see, monkey do is the way. It's either his first usenet
    experience, or he's not very observant.
     
  3. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    You may protect your words with that, but not your ideas.
     
  4. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  5. Active8

    Active8 Guest

  6. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  7. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    Hey China. Start buying more stuff from the US.
     
  8. Bob Masta

    Bob Masta Guest

    Ahhh, *besides* T-bills. At the rate China is buying up
    US debt, we are losing any semblance of influence over
    them. And at the rate Dubya is running up debt in his
    quest to make the world safe for Big Business, he may
    just as well mail the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave
    over to Bejing.




    Bob Masta
    dqatechATdaqartaDOTcom

    D A Q A R T A
    Data AcQuisition And Real-Time Analysis
    www.daqarta.com
     
  9. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    clinton already did that as well as emasculating our special forces
    and CT capabilities, but I've been hearing ugly shit about bush and
    if it's true, I'm disappointed. Too many biases to discover the
    truth unless... I guess I'd have to read the congressional records
    or something. I'm so happy I could sheisse, not.
     
  10. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    It's not so much about left-handed people, as kitchen layout. The most
    glaring example was my Mom's apartment - they had a built-in over the
    range, up against the right-hand wall. And she kept getting hit on the
    head by the door - it's terribly inconvenient, and in the way. If I
    had the power to sign an LC for 100K or 1M, I'd just order a boatload or
    so and take them to the stores. The design is trivial; I'm hoping that
    whoever does jump on it throws a crumb or two my way, just for the idea.

    FWIW, last night I dreamed that I asked somebody if they could spare five
    bucks, and she gave me a wad of fives - about fifty, a hundred bucks, so
    maybe that's a sign. ;-)

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  11. I did a quick search on the web for ("left hinged" microwave)

    In several places I see sentences like this about microwave ovens:

    "Placement of oven. Will you need a left-hinged or bottom hinged model?
    How about the vent? A front-vented model can be placed under an upper
    cabinet"

    So it seems like a lot of people assume, or know, that there are left
    hinged models, but so far I have not actually found one.

    <http://housewares.aubuchonhardware.com/buyers_guides/all_about_microwave_ovens.asp>
     
  12. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    See how the control panel is to the viewer's right? Does its door stick
    out between the chamber and the panel?

    What happens if you try "right-hinged"? 'cause that's what it actually is.
    And the panel would have to be on the left, cause that's the side where
    the door opening is. I'd think whoever puts it out there would hype the
    crap out of it, or go to big builders of apartment buildings, where every
    two apartments are mirror images of each other. (they do that so the
    kitchens and bathrooms can go back-to-back - half as many pipe chutes.)

    Thanks!
    Rich
     
  13. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

  14. Oooops. :)

    I tried ("right hinged" microwave) now and got:

    "Gaggenau makes a right hinged microwave. It has a curved glass
    door to match their oven. It is not available to the U.S. market.
    You could import one through one of the freight fowarder vendors
    discussed under the induction cooktop threads here."

    Look at the picture here
    http://www.gaggenauappliances.co.uk/home.php?page=microwaves
     
  15. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Well, I still don't see one there, but there's this:

    http://www.wickedsavings.com/HB56R550B

    at GBP622 =:-O, and the Siemens site doesn't even list it.

    I tell ya, the country needs this product, and I don't have enough money
    to do it myself. All I need is about a million dollars, and I know a guy
    who can have boatloads of them coming from China in a couple of weeks.

    Hey, Jim Thompson! Didn't you say a million is peanuts? Wanna invest
    some? ;-)

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  16. You have some problems with the web browser you use, because it is there
    and loads without problems in my browser.

    You could try downloading and installing the excellent Opera web browser
    so you have an alternative browser for web sites which do not load in
    your other browser. http://www.opera.com/download/
    I doubt that this is a microwave oven. And that is probably the reason
    why you could not find it listed. From the text below the picture
    "3 wire shelves". And there is not a word about microwaves in that
    description.

    I found that it was difficult to google for this, because you get so many
    false hits, where web pages contain both conventional ovens and microwave
    ovens. The "hinged" part is about a conventional oven, and microwave
    ovens are mentioned on the same page, which is put together in the lines
    quoted by google, so you get the impression that there are lots of hits.

    I had got many such false hits before I found the real hit above.
     
  17. If you cannot load that web page you can download a doc file about it.

    http://www.gaggenauappliances.co.uk/pdf/em221_gb_en_planning_data.doc

    From the doc file:

    "Hingeing must be specified when ordering as the door is not
    interchangeable."

    Maybe the micro is not for sale without the conventional oven below it.
    But the micro is mechanically a separate unit, which shows clearly in
    the picture in the doc file.


    Another alternative:

    I can't be too difficult to rebuild a standard model if you really need a
    right hinged micro. Some metal sheet working, creating new hinges on the
    other side, turning the old door upside-down and moving a door-closed
    electrical switch to the other side. Maybe easier, and cheaper, than
    finding and importing one.
     
  18. Lord Garth

    Lord Garth Guest

    Half your dream inventory....design a door like on a toaster oven, hinged on
    the
    bottom. Thanks, I take 10%!
     

  19. Three switches on the door is the usual setup. Two to keep it from
    working with a warped door and the third is a fail-safe.
     
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