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MMS- Are some unreliable with high RH?
11-13-2011, 06:00 PM (This post was last modified: 11-13-2011 06:03 PM by Rubensgt40.)
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RE: MMS- Are some unreliable with high RH?
Quote:Hee hee, whats the odds? Get us a boxing ring. Can I bet on myself?

I DID get you a boxing ring- I started a thread on reliability of MMS with high RH readings! It doesn't take much with you blokes.... Big Grin Jason, I expect royalties from the takings please. Cool

Still, I'm all the better for it because these debates make for teachable moments, to use an Obamaism.

Quote:Now for your claim that any after the fact high reading will void any warranty. Thats complete nonsense. If that were true there would be no flooring going down and no glue sales.

As much as I'm inclined to agree with this, I think generally most contractors approach a job with eyes wide open- namely, that if a manufacturer wants to sneak out of a warranty, if it gets deep into litigation, they will find a way somehow.

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RE: MMS- Are some unreliable with high RH? - Rubensgt40 - 11-13-2011 06:00 PM