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Morso1bo Posted By Morso1bo, Mar 11, 2011 at 1:30 PM

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  1. Morso1bo

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    Here is my current Morso 1B0 in my kitchen. I does a pretty good job keeping most of the house warm. Or not.
    The site is saying that my photo is over the pixal limit. I am a bit of a technophobe so I have no idea how to alter my photo. What can I say I still have a rotary phone in my kitchen.
     
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    Most digital cameras let you adjust settings to set the size of the picture file (pixels, dots per inch, however it's determined.) There is a thread at the top of this forum that tells you how best to handle and upload your pictures to this forum. I upload my pics to Photobucket then just copy the image code right into the text of my posts.
     
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    If you have windows, click on the pic to open it then go to edit picture and resize to a predetermined size. I do document large. This usually works for me. You can right click on the pic an go to open with Microsoft Office Picture Manager and do the same.
     
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    Still working on photo, thanks again for all of your help. I have a question about the Morso 1B0 model. I have looked at several now and some have a base (floor) that seems to come in two pieces with a split down the center with a steal strap connecting it on the bottom. Some of them are a single piece with no divide. Just wondering what the reason is for the two piece floor. Thanks for any suggestions.
     
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    The reason is most likely that a 2-piece bottom is less likely to be subject to stresses that may make it crack. This is generally true of castings - that is, very large pieces which may have different temps on the same piece are subject to cracking.
     
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    That makes sense. Thanks so much for your response.
     
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