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Re: [Shop-talk] electrical question - email formatting

To: Matt <>, Shop Talk <>
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] electrical question - email formatting
From: PJ McGarvey <>
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2013 11:48:00 -0500
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I use hotmail/outlook via a web browser and it has always done this to my
postings as well.  Never remembered to look into it, but probably something
about the HTML formatting causes this.
I don't see many options in my hotmail that would fix this.  I assume if you
used a non-browser based email client that might fix it.

> From:
> Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2013 15:40:56 +0000
> To:
> Subject: [Shop-talk] electrical question
>  I took Inch's recommendation and got the Ramsond plasma cutter (wow, 2 day
> delivery from Amazon w/free shipping!)  It works off either 220V 20amp or
> 30amp depending on the plug you put on it. I was about to put on a 220V
> but I realized that I had wired up a dedicated 30A 110 circuit for visiting
> RVs and it would actually be more convenient to cut near that outlet.Is
> any reason to go 220 instead of 110 in this case?  All I can figure is the
> higher current but since I have a rated circuit it would seem convenience
> prevails... Also, any idea why my returns or line feeds go away and my
> postings all bunch up?  I don't draft/send them this way. Thanks,Matt
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