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Fake Square D Circuit Breakers (RECALL)

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by RFI-EMI-GUY, May 29, 2008.

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  1. Roy

    Roy Guest

    Phil: I don't like to quote - and I usually write at the bottom,
    separating my reply with these lines ---------------------- Unless
    someone attacks me., then I just doesn't matter now does it...

    Roy Q.T. ~ US/NCU ~ E.E. Technician
    [have tools, will travel]
     
  2. krw

    krw Guest

    That others cannot fathom what you're talking about? ...evidently
    not to you.
     
  3. Guest

    | Phil: I don't like to quote - and I usually write at the bottom,
    | separating my reply with these lines ---------------------- Unless
    | someone attacks me., then I just doesn't matter now does it...

    I think it would help if there is a different type line line to identify
    what the text that follows is, such as:

    ---------------------- you said:

    ---------------------- and I say:
     
  4. Guest

    | |>
    |> | From:
    |> | In alt.engineering.electrical Andrew Gabriel
    |> | <>,
    |> | | ? ? ? writes:
    |> | ??In alt.engineering.electrical Andrew Gabriel
    |> | UK about counterfeits being found | in other parts of Europe (but not as
    |> | yet in the UK, AFAIK). A picture | in a trade magazine shows one of them
    |> | opened up. There are no overcurrent | parts inside, and the toggle is
    |> | just a plain switch.
    |> | How many people ever test the overcurrent aspect, anyway? I'm guessing
    |> | one of these must have failed somewhere somehow to have gotten noticed.
    |> |
    |> | | AFAIK, they were discovered by manufacturers investigating how | their
    |> | products were turning up on the market too cheaply and | undercutting
    |> | the official distributors.
    |> |
    |> | Ah, that would do it, too.
    |> | --
    |> | |WARNING: Due to extreme spam,
    |> | snip<
    |> | -------------------
    |> |
    |> | I read that other post where it exploded
    |> | ~ Ouch ~ It would seem Top Name Brand Manufacturers don't (shouldn't)
    |> | farm out too much work for a reason.......then again....who knows maybe
    |> | I've installed a few without knowing it was a knock off., They all seem
    |> | so funny looking at times, though I try to by always from reputable
    |> | supply houses and such };(
    |> |
    |> | They should've branded & licensed them "Electriv" ?? and sold them
    |> | as thus };) I'll be expecting royalties from this one }:)
    |> |
    |> | Roy Q.T. ~ US/NCU ~ E.E. Technician
    |> | [have tools, will travel]
    |>
    |> Could you separate what you are quoting and what you are saying in some
    |> way
    |> so I can tell what is what when I try to read it?
    |>
    |
    | I've seen this problem cropping up more and more on usenet. Apparently some
    | folks are using some sort of reader that use "Content-Transfer-Encoding:
    | Quoted-Printable". Whenever I try to reply to them with a simple newsreader
    | like OE, it won't mark the text with '>' like it automatically did to this
    | reply.
    |
    | Must be a googleweb or AOL thing.

    I find I have trouble when someone puts "-" "-" and " " on one line. My news
    reader thinks the rest is signature and doesn't quote it.
     
  5. Roy

    Roy Guest

    From: Phil
    Phil: I don't like to quote - and I usually write at the bottom, |
    separating my reply with these lines ---------------------- Unless
    someone attacks me., then I just doesn't matter now does it...
    I think it would help if there is a different type line line to identify
    what the text that follows is, such as:
    ---------------------- you said:
    ---------------------- and I say:
    --
    |WARNING: Due to extreme spam, googlegroups.com is blocked. Due to
    ignorance | |         by the abuse department, bellsouth.net is
    blocked. If you post to | |         Usenet from these places,
    find another Usenet provider ASAP.       | | Phil Howard KA9WGN
    (email for humans: first name in lower case at ipal.net) |

    --------------------- It gets complicated & cluttered when there are
    several quotes from different posts.You just have'nt seen the mess you
    guys make...it's not all that nice & legible either, your replies
    confuse sometimes with this { | } that looks like a captal i atthe
    begining & end of your quotes & replies...

    For Gods sake take off the gawdy Google Warning already.....

    Roy Q.T. ~ US/NCU ~ E.E. Technician
    [have tools, will travel]
     
  6. Guest

    | --------------------- It gets complicated & cluttered when there are
    | several quotes from different posts.You just have'nt seen the mess you
    | guys make...it's not all that nice & legible either, your replies
    | confuse sometimes with this { | } that looks like a captal i atthe
    | begining & end of your quotes & replies...

    And not being able to see which quote is from whom just makes it worse.
    At least with the indented quoting, you can see how many posts going back
    it is.


    | For Gods sake take off the gawdy Google Warning already.....

    There may be new people posting new questions that need to know. it comes off
    when I've determine Google has fixed the problem. The next time frame I will
    be unblocking to test will be sometime in July. If you know anyone at Google,
    tell them to use their spam filtering system they currently use for inbound
    email on the outbound email. It seems to be rather smart. They just need to
    start using it on the outbound spam (usenet and email both).
     
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