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Old 02-26-2005, 09:19 AM   #1
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A little trick on the WSM lower vents

Saw this years ago and no one mentions it...maybe everyone knows...
but when its dark outside, and you're trying to adjust the vents, and you can't see them....remember....CLOckwise, CLOsed.
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Old 02-26-2005, 09:21 AM   #2
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Never knew that! The only one I can see is the front one. I judge how much they are opened with the tip of my finger in the hole.
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Very good.

I've always used lefty loosey, righty tightey. It works for screws, faucets, lids....
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Never knew that! The only one I can see is the front one. I judge how much they are opened with the tip of my finger in the hole.
You must have fingers of abestos!
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Very good.

I've always used lefty loosey, righty tightey. It works for screws, faucets, lids....
Works best on a bottle of beer!
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Thanks for the nugget cappie! Now I know!!
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Never knew that! The only one I can see is the front one. I judge how much they are opened with the tip of my finger in the hole.
You must have fingers of abestos![/quote:2msl7vzl]
That's what I was thinking.. Did you just remember that this morning??
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No need to think of that with a Guru
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good one Captain, thnx
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Flashlight?!? Why you wanna make things so easy?
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