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  1. Jim H.

    Jim H. Feeling the Heat

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    hey guys, do you recommend screwing down the rubber feet on the xxv or just let it sit on the normal legs...?
    didn't know if it would help with any vibrations. seems to sit level withouth the rubber feet turned down. thanks....
    hopefully hooking it up finally this weekend!
    jim h

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  2. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    xxl ??
  3. swalz

    swalz Feeling the Heat

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    I think he meant the Harman XXV :)
  4. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    My stove sits on the rubber feet to keep it level and they help protect the hearth pad
    from getting scratched up if the stove gets moved.
  5. MainePellethead

    MainePellethead Minister of Fire

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    I keep mine on those little miracle caster type things....and when I slide my stove forward to clean and clean out pipe really good etc.....the stove slides like it weighs 10 pounds :)
  6. Jim H.

    Jim H. Feeling the Heat

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    thanks....was a long day yesterday....did mean xxv.
  7. RonaldAdams

    RonaldAdams Member

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    Can you post a picture of those miracle casters. I am curious to see if I can use them on something like a fridge or a stove for my 92 year father-in-law as he always calls me to move everything for him ( I ain't no spring chicken anymore) :)
  8. MainePellethead

    MainePellethead Minister of Fire

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    Right now my other computer is down and am using my wifes and mine is set up better lol....but here is a web site, doesnt mean you have to order from the as they have these right at wal mart. But it gives you an idea what they look like etc. They are "magic sliders" They really do make it effortless to move heavy things without any damage to floors. :)

    http://www.allbrightideas.com/magic_sliders.htm
  9. RonaldAdams

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    Thanks for the quick reply. I'll have to try these. :)
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