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Rebel 316 Jewelry Women’s Stainless Steel Chain Bracelet with Hercules Knot – RBBR545

Women’s stainless steel double mesh chain bracelet with a Hercules knot in the center. 7 1/2 inches long. Rebel 316 Jewelry carries over 1000 styles of 316 Stainless Steel Jewelry for Men and Women. Click here for more: http://www.rebel316.com/RBBR545

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Stoned Driving Test

Don’t show up high to the driving test.

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Faulty coil 11″ xp Goldmaxx power wire

I got this 11″ coil second hand and paid £110 for it. When it arrived it was faulty and i have found a break in the wire! I was told this was working when sent out to me and will not be getting a refund! This is proof the coil is faulty and he even had the cheek to call me a con! i have not even used it as it will not even work.

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What should I do about the foreign language req in college?

I speak French fluently, and based on my high test scores, I can bypass the intro French courses. In doing that, I would miss going through classes that are ridiculously easy for my college career. If I do that however, I can’t get a major in French.

I’m planning on going to med school, so going through easy classes would certainly inflate my GPA. What should I do?

If you’re planning on going to med school, what would be the point of getting a major in French? Wouldn’t it make more sense to major in the sciences that you will need for medicine? I have a major in French, and it’s because I went into teaching and taught French Immersion. If I had been planning on going to med school, I would have taken French as a few easy electives, that would get me some credits but not taxed me, so I could focus on the harder subjects and do well in them.

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How much freon do I need for my home AC?

Currently my pressure is at 60 psi and it should be 70 psi, so how many pounds of freon will this require? Also is hundred dollars for leak proof spray worth it? Thanks

It depends on the (cooling) capacity of your system. A 1.5Ton system will need only about 2 lbs of refrigerant. A 3.5Ton system will need about 6 lbs. I sell R22 for $50/lb. I figure that covers all the overhead it took to get the stuff to your door…….

The only leak "spray" I’m aware of comes in a can resembling a spray can but it is installed in the system with the refrigerant. Its designed to plug those tiny tiny holes that develop in evaporator coils that cannot be welded. Some guys like it, others won’t touch it.
I’ve used it because the customer asked for it. -Its not cheap. $60 for 1 can. -and you only get one shot to install it. If you eff it up thats it.

After you locked down the other question I could no longer put anything else on it. (thanks very much for best answer -I don’t know if it was best, but thanks)
If the guy used a $15 contactor, call him back and tell him to take that one off and get an American unit. The $15 one is a cheapazz Chinese unit. It WILL fail before the summer is good and hot. guaranteed.

-just sayin’…..

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