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    Canada has some great online dispensaries now,, I read somewhere.
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    I get all mine mailed directly to the house. Mucho Gooder that way. But the last 3 orders I've come up 1 script. short, and have to call them on it.
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    Got the garage working again.
    Wasnít the capacitor but a broken wire pinched between the track itself and the ceiling loft connected to the close limit that was faulty. Splice repair and installed the Bluetooth control and now the garage responds to Alexa, as well as the original switches.
    Also was able to create the Ďroutineí in Alexa where if Iím leaving, it will verify the door is closed,and when coming home open it for 45 seconds when I am coming up the driveway automatically. Knows all this from my cell phone location.
    Will see if I like that feature as Iím not always going into the garage when I come home and may switch that off..
    Today looks good for a longer rip after the yard work, pool cleaning, and ongoing tool reorganization..
    Have a productive Saturday gents. Only so many in the summer to enjoy!
    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by outback View Post
    I get all mine mailed directly to the house. Mucho Gooder that way. But the last 3 orders I've come up 1 script. short, and have to call them on it.
    I order all mine from Costco Online Pharmacy in Vaughan Ontario. They're cheaper, the filling fee is much less and they come in about two days. I can't get my insulin by mail though obviously because it couldn't be kept cold, I buy Basagla which is a cheaper alternative to Lantus locally for $90 a box (5 x 300 unit vials).
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    I think my wife gets all her drugs through Costco online. Mail order stuff. And it's 3 months at a time. I don't use such a thing as I'm not on a regiment of drugs. YET!
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    I believe I found the, or one of these oil sources.Name:  44E81AB8-ED99-466C-B88F-8798E712A0F1.jpg
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    Bolt on left was installed in the front right corner of the pan. Note it isn’t threaded full length.
    It looked like it bottomed out before drawing the pan fully tight.
    Replaced it with the one on right, now time to test her out.
    Fingers crossed, but there may be more like that..
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    Better, but not completely oil free yet.
    Going to drop the pan one more time and check all the bolts, might be a couple more like that.
    Degrease everything and hopefully one more go with non hardening sealant this time and we will be sealed..
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    Well, glad I dropped the pan. The new cork gasket had two creases in it from the shrink wrap being kinda tight over time I guess, as installed. Well didnít it spit at those two points once installed,,,,, never noticed with the sealant hiding the split in position on car.
    New pan gasket from local auto store on order as that last one was in the Amazon mail and now canít be returned as it was ordered like two years ago..
    Will still be applying a light film of non hardening gasket sealant but light torque as the specs are like 30 inch/lbs.
    Leave her up in the air till the goods arrive. Raining the next few days anyway.
    Cheers gents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB52 View Post
    Leave her up in the air till the goods arrive. Raining the next few days anyway.
    Cheers gents.
    When it rains, it pours. Speaking of rain---send some out our way. It's supposed to be 109 F by this coming Friday.
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    Our house is as Neil left it- an Aladdinís cave of 'stuff'.

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