BlueLine Thermalwave2 summer/fall project

FredC

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assuming there are no tacks............I'd probably hit it with a torch for a few seconds.........after Justin posted what they use during assembly
 
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Looks like a lot of unnecessary work
You should be cleaning carpet
My main rig has been at Jondon getting 2k hr. service for the last 2 days. So I took off thur-sun to work on this and hopefully get it ready to clean this sunday.

As for your asshole comment...it's necessary. I paid a good price for the van and machine, and My schedule is full.
 

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It's ok, I made it work. I'm excited to see this thing in action later this weekend
 

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First testing with blower attached.

I got the heat around 185-200. The thing that puzzles me is when I pull the trigger, it holds heat pretty good. When I let off trigger, the heat drops fast. Any ideas on why it’s doing that?

And I think it needs a new thermostat because the anitifreeze is only about 135f at the coolant heat exchanger. Isn’t it supposed to be around 160-175?
 

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First testing with blower attached.

I got the heat around 185-200. The thing that puzzles me is when I pull the trigger, it holds heat pretty good. When I let off trigger, the heat drops fast. Any ideas on why it’s doing that?

And I think it needs a new thermostat because the anitifreeze is only about 135f at the coolant heat exchanger. Isn’t it supposed to be around 160-175?
Is it bypassing water when not triggered?
 

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