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  • About capn chaos
    Not sure where to start...Not your quintessential RC guy..just happen to love building and flying...
    annapolis, md
    RC (fixed wing), sailing (a wing in the water, a wing in the wind,) surfing
    Yacht surveyor and appraiser
    Favorite Pet(s)
    siberian husky-Tess
    no pack-lone wolf


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  • Last Activity: 07-25-2010 09:36 PM
  • Join Date: 02-25-2009
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  1. capn chaos
    12-19-2009 10:07 PM
    Thanks, sorry your computer cant get to the video..the music is just fantastic and seasonal. No did not see the email but I did notice as did Paul that the thread was busy. Still to get TM #2 in the air but came close.. a glitch in a battery that (DOA) that befuddled me to the point I couldn't think straight. (other tiger moth had a glitch also and found a broken solder joint to ESC connection. Had a third plane to maiden but threaded bolt had stripped nylon threads so just checked the ground handling for about half a battery. Oh well at least didnt have tobreak out the glue to fix
    Merry Christmas
  2. gramps2361
    12-19-2009 09:55 PM
    Ya you have a great Xmas having problems with my Computer watching video's shuts down and restarts time to replace the graphic card. Ya that white stuff should be here soon. By the way that Tiger Moth thread had the most veiws it was in a wattflyer email don't know if you read it or not. Never did ask what part my neice and her husband sail in they never came up for turkey day.
  3. gramps2361
    11-25-2009 05:52 PM
    You to capn have a good turkey day. The weather is suppose to be nice to hope I can sneak a flight in.
  4. capn chaos
    11-20-2009 12:53 PM
    Boy, those pesky vents will bite you every time. I was re doing upstairs bed/bath area and had to lead a new vent. I had a good idea of how vents worked so just cut the pvc and friction fit the pipe/elbows/joints together thinking "just need to get air down this pipe to vent drains etc." WRONG, condensation was one thing I hadnt thought about. Severe leak over time that destroyed closet shelfing and cabinetry before I even knew it. Did not want to tear everything apart so I went up on roof, poored two quarts of alcohol down the vent, waited an hour or so and poored thinned pvc cement. Must have sealed the joints havent had any more problems.
    Glad your move is behind get back on WF and keep us all on our toes!!

    11-20-2009 07:10 AM
    Hi Capn chaos :) The move was a pain :) but we got through it, Then, while doing the washing and drying, some water was leaking out of the wall, onto the living room carpet, the washer and drier is behind the wall in the garage, I called out a plummer, and he make a hole in the wall and checked all the pipes, and they were fine, Hmmmmm, we thought the pipes then might have i pin hole in the foundation, he checked the meter for movement and found none, Hmmmmm, he said it might be condensation from the drier vent, Yep, the vent pipe is in the wall, goes straight up to the roof, cond. was building up in the vent pipe, cooling and driping down the pipe on to the floor in the wall, and leaking into the living room, found it :) just have to reroute the vent pipe , on the floor and outside now, thank goodness thats all it was :) Take care, Chellie


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