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Old 02-15-2005, 08:51 PM   #1
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anyone mesured them, or anyone with any clue as to what should be expected?
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I've never seen any numbers of the air temp. It could be useful, though
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It depends on many factors but 250-300 would be my guess. Temp probes are going into my LIM for the IC so I should know then.
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Temp probes are going into my plate, too.
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