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  • Amazon Customer - ... the other books in the series but still an excellent read with grwat character development

    Didn't flow quite as well as some of the other books in the series but still an excellent read with grwat character development. I would like to have seen more follow up following the xlimax as it was a fairly abrupt ending.

  • P. Lembke - Intermittent Burner / Inadequate Tech Support

    My Navien NR 240 was installed in Dec. 2011 and worked fine until about 3 weeks ago. I started having problems with inconsistent hot water at the kitchen sink when rinsing dishes (on and off flow). It also started taking longer to initially get hot water. Showers worked fine but it was taking a little longer to get hot water. No error codes were observed. I called a service tech and he could not find any problems. Troubleshooting the unit on my own I discovered that the burner was intermittently failing to ignite. A successful ignition took about 10 seconds. If flow is interrupted for several minutes (as in rinsing dishes) the burner will take around 35 seconds to re-ignite and that results in a huge cold water sandwich and takes around a minute and a half to recover to 100 degrees at the faucet. I also found very strong gas fumes outside near the heater vent tube.

  • D. Langhorne - Great Vacuum for the price

    My previous vacuum cleaner was a dyson animal and I really loved that vacuum cleaner, however it is now 8 years old and has had to survive 2 teenagers who used it to suck up anything they could rather than bend over to pick up, which included items too large to fit as well as food. Anyway, my dyson was getting tired, smelly and finally the motor went on it, so it was time to buy a new vacuum.