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Originally Posted by paulh1966 View Post
 

Mine has arrived at Tractor Supply , going to pick it up then season it. I am thinking i might just leave it in my shop too , put a fan on low behind it when its on so not too much CO2 in the shop and leave the door open.

 

That might be OK in AR !!!

 

When I got my first MES, I tried it in my garage with the door open, and a fan running.

It was Winter in PA, and I nearly froze my Arse off !!!

 

 

Bear

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I grew up in NJ so i know what you mean, this summer has been mild here until a couple weeks ago then high nineties and high humidity. I am not expecting my electronics to last more than a couple years even in the shop because i have to replace the electrical outlets and swithches every 3 or 4 years (even though they are made for outdoors), because they rust from humidity. Lots of days here is its like liquid air outside.

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