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  1. #11

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    Re: thermometer for those of us starting to play the trombone...

    I bought a cheapo one from radio shack a long time ago that has the probe that's supposed to go out the window and tell you the outdoor temp. I just drop the probe in the soup, or in the case of E6 which is what I really bought it for, the water in the JOBO that keeps everything at 100.
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    Re: thermometer for those of us starting to play the trombone...

    ahh didnt think of the radio shack option. We have a Conrad's up the street from where I live, think of Conrads as the electronics store that Radio Shack wants to be. I can buy tubes for my stereo, resistors, caps, solar panels, remote control gear, and and and...My wife HATES Conrad's, so that is a vote of confidence.

    ./e

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    Re: thermometer for those of us starting to play the trombone...

    Tiny thermometer, strong reading glasses (they live in the pocket of my darkroom apron). Get several strengths at your local dollar (or whatever currency) store.

    Best,

    Doremus Scudder

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