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Dan Holohan

Dan Holohan

Joined on March 4, 2009

Last Post on April 15, 2014

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How about

@ July 17, 2002 6:18 PM in advertising

Find a Contractor?

I'm wondering

@ July 17, 2002 3:20 PM in Am i missing something,that i can not go back a few days on the

if you deleted the cookie that holds the bookmarks in place. Do any clean-ups on your hard drive lately?

Carol Fey

@ July 17, 2002 11:39 AM in A GREAT electrical seminar - Dan H.

is the woman who writes the books on electricity and hydronic controls and troubleshooting that we sell in Books & More. She has a passion for her subject and she's an award-winning teacher. I've worked with her in the past and I'll be working with her again this September at the GasNetworks Heating Professional Fall Conference in Massachusetts. She has a way of bringing her subject to life with terrific props and plain-English explanations. Carol is flying in from Colorado next month to do three seminars. The title is Review of Electricity and Electrical Troubleshooting. If you've got young people in need of solid training, or if you just want to get better at what you do, I HIGHLY recommend this course. Here are the dates and locations: August 13 - Fort Washington (near Philly), PA August 14 - Union, NJ August 15 - Plainview, Long Island NAOSHM is sponsoring all three and your investment (including breakfast and lunch) is just $95 ($75 if you're a NAOHSM member). The course will also earn you NORA CEUs. To register, call Judy Garber, Goddess of Oil Heat, at 1-888-552-0900. Do it soon!

no chairs

@ July 16, 2002 9:52 PM in Dancing with life! PAH

at this Gathering. Everyone's on the move!

Greg

@ July 16, 2002 9:51 PM in Am i missing something,that i can not go back a few days on the

do you recall how old they were? I've got some old ones that are still here. Thanks.

Should we have

@ July 16, 2002 9:31 PM in Dancing with life! PAH

a Radiant and Wood Floors table at the Gathering of Wetheads?

it's over in

@ July 16, 2002 8:32 PM in Dead Heading Pumps????

Hot Tech Topics. Here's a link to cut and paste: http://www.heatinghelp.com/newsletter.cfm?Id=43

In just a couple of months

@ July 16, 2002 5:43 PM in Stevie's Team - Dan H.

and for the third year, we'll be sending a check to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation with young Stevie Minnich in mind. If you're looking to do a little good (and feel great about it), take a look in Books & More and click on Stevie's Team. We've sort of adopted this beautiful little girl here on the Wall, and I thank you for caring for others. You never stand so tall as when you stoop to help a child. Thanks.

But only

@ July 16, 2002 5:14 PM in Am i missing something,that i can not go back a few days on the

for 90 days. Unless you Archive it to yourself. Or Bookmark it. Takes some getting used to, but there are some very nice features here.

Or

@ July 16, 2002 5:04 PM in Heatloss Program

just click on Free Heat Loss Calcs on the navigation bar. It takes you to the right place. Thanks, Slant/Fin!

Yikes!

@ July 16, 2002 4:55 PM in Sale! - Dan H.

Still on sale!

Also

@ July 16, 2002 4:54 PM in Am i missing something,that i can not go back a few days on the

if you Bookmark the thread (look at the bottom of the opening screen) it will stay on your screen forever. If it falls off the Wall and you still have it bookmarked, just add a reply and it will appear again at the top of the Wall. I just did that with a post from July 2 that I had bookmarked. It's directly above (Sale!). The immortal post.

Great to see you

@ July 16, 2002 1:47 PM in Training for August

back at it, Tim!

How to Find Anthony Pici

@ July 16, 2002 12:21 PM in Find a Contractor - Dan H.

Just go to Find a Contractor and type in his Zip, which is 10710. Nice fix to a problem steam job!

We'll be away for a few days

@ July 10, 2002 10:27 PM in A happy occasion - Dan H.

We're driving out to Notre Dame in the morning to watch Kelly get her Masters Degree in Education. She's now a Double Domer! Murph's in charge again! See you all on Monday.

also loves to

@ July 10, 2002 10:24 PM in Birds on The Wall - Paul Pollets

eat our pens!

I don't

@ July 10, 2002 6:53 PM in Danfoss question - Mike T. Swampeast MO

think so, Mike, but maybe we'll hear from Dennis.

I think

@ July 10, 2002 6:51 PM in Baseboard heating controls - Ken

Danfoss has something for this.

how about

@ July 10, 2002 6:50 PM in avoiding frozen coils - Tony

using a spill trap just above the F&T? It could be a simple 3/4" thermostatic trap, piped off the bull of a vertically positioned tee. When the condensate backs up (as the control valve shuts) the trap will open and spill the condensate that forms between the coil and the F&T. When the coil is operating, the trap will be shut. An F&T would be better as a spill trap since it doesn't sense temperature, but you might not have the room for that.

It shouldn't be there

@ July 10, 2002 6:41 PM in Vacuum Breaker on Vacuum System - Brian

It's like having a humidifier and a dehumidifier in the same room.

Hard to believe

@ July 10, 2002 6:40 PM in She's Steaming - Alan(CaliforniaRadiant)Forbes

this is your first. Well done!

Old posts

@ July 10, 2002 6:34 AM in The New Wall - jq

A few years ago we offered to have Invision save the old posts on CD-ROM. There's too much information here to just store it on the site. The price of the CD-ROM was $50 for three months (my cost was $10,000 per CD-ROM, each quarter). About 12 people signed up for it so we dropped the idea. We hold posts for three days, but you can bookmark any thread and it will stay on your computer for as long as it's bookmarked. The reason why we don't go back further than that (other than through the search engine) is because a big part of what makes the Wall work is that it's perishable. That's why we have so many people here at any given time, and the reason why everyone gets such a quick response to their questions. The font that I'm typing right now is 12 point and looks fine to my old eyes. Try using the Options feature to change the size of the type. Sorry that you're not entirely happy.