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Old 17th July 2004, 02:37 AM   #21
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So has anyone who has made a purchase of this guys latest offerings heard from him yet?

I have emailed him a few times but still no answer!?!?!?!!!

I am moving at the end of the month to another province and I was kinda hoping to get this auction paid for and shipped beforehand, but I guess I'll have to get him to ship to my new address.

Hmmmphffff.
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Old 13th August 2004, 10:00 PM   #22
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Thumbs up Transformers arrived today.

My transformers arrived today, YIKES they are huge, I just about had a coronary when I saw the post man coming up my walkway with the box, it was about 2'X2'X2' and he looked like he was gonna have a coronary trying to carry it.

Turns out the transformers were just really well packed with that foam in place stuff.

Tested them out at 115v into the primaries and got about 69v at the secondaries with no load. These are GREAT, just wish I had purchased a few more.

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