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bolantej
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Just a reminder to all you folks with moon units for your ABR800s. Whatever you do, don't set your ice chest on top of it unless you want it to multiply into several little plastic shards. I guess I could always duct tape it. :lol:

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Andrushka
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i think we will need a visual example :-)

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I too like to hear what happenned and why? :)

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