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If you care to do it on your own I have personally had a good experience with using the First Alert Drinking Water Test Kit. This kit provides levels of: E.coli, lead, pesticides, nitrates, chlorine, hardness, and pH. Considering what is happening to your hair and your ice, I wouldn't bother testing it unless you need proof in numbers. Safe Drinking Water ...


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It sounds like the range hood duct wasn't quite airtight, and some grease has escaped into the guts of the structure it was running through. This type of IAQ problem is basically a nuisance -- it's easy enough to fix by removing the culprit grease buildup from wherever it is, although finding it may be a hassle and may require management to dispatch someone ...


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i have a 12V DC 2A power supply powering a three meters led strips SMD 3528 60LEDs/m rated at 12VDC. I originally intended to put these leds in a plastic bottle but after test run it for less than 5 minutes, the led strips get quite hot, hence I abandon the project.


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By using a rechargeable battery, it could also serve as "emergency" lighting should the power go off. Adding to that a very small trickle charger, the battery would remain charged, and should the power be down, you have at least "some" light available to help you. FWIW, I'm putting in a battery, 12V system in my house, using strip lights, just for that ...


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The inside workings of a window A/C are typically wet. The coils get tons of condensation, the fan in the back splashes the condensate water all over, it's fine there. If anything it is safer since it is being plugged into a GFCI protected receptacle where typically they are not. Just be careful of the load and whatever else is plugged into the same circuit....



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