1919 H H Windsor

 

The Boy Mechanic

Book 3

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800 THINGS FOR BOYS TO DO

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HOW TO CONSTRUCT

ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE MODEL AND TRACK SYSTEM, BOY'S MOTOR

CAR, PARCEL DELIVERY BICYCLE, AERIAL CABLEWAY, MINIA-

TURE TANK, SAILING CANOE, HOUSEBOAT, SUBMARINE

CAMERA, DIVING TOWER, HAMMOCKS, KITCHEN

FOR HIKERS, ICE YACHT

and

HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS WHICH DELIGHT EVERY BOY

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CHICAGO

POPULAR MECHANICS CO.

PUBLISHERS

 

Lamps were different when great granddad was a boy.

If you have success with this technique please call Gary at 503.768.9077!

Here are some real-time actions you can take to improve your quality of life.

We recommend you buy lamps from a company specializing in lamps.

 

Careful handling is required from factory to your fixture, any shock along the way can significantly shorten lamp life.

Remember, the rated-life of a lamp is determined when 50% of the laboratory-tested lamps burn-out!

130-volt lamps survive voltage variations, commonly bouncing between 108-128 volts.

Install dimmers to double incandescent lamp-life by limiting top voltage to 95%.

However, nothing is free.

The compromise with extending incandescent lamp-life is the significant drop in light output.

Adding whole-house surge-protection to your electrical service will protect lamps

and every digital/electronic device you own.