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Old 05-30-2010, 01:07 AM   #1
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Default Sold - SOLD---Electric stuff- PID,SSR's,Element,Spa panel GFCI---Possible Trades

Sold.

I thought I was going electric but i just dont have the time.
All of these parts are brand new, never hooked up, all in original packages.
I'm going to try to keep it all together, but if its not gone in a few days I may seperate it out. Originally well over $200, first $150 takes it, you pay shipping. I would consider trades of perlicks, sanke taps, 1/6 barrel sanke kegs (might do 1/4's or 1/2's), or a natural gas burner.


Auber PID- Item# SYL-2352

Auber Platinum RTD Item# PT100S

2 40 amp ssr's with heatsinks

5500w 240v ULWD water heater element

spa disconnect gfci panel, has 1 240v gfci and 1 120v gfci
(was $94.97)



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Old 05-30-2010, 12:57 PM   #2
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anybody going electric?


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What are you asking? I'm interested in the SSR's and maybe the PID...
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I'd be interested in the whole shebang. PM coming.

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PM sent. (Strange how posts must be longer than "PM sent" by itself!)
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Old 05-30-2010, 05:16 PM   #6
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