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    1994 Model Parallel Refrigeration Rack Retrofit

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    This is my third retrofit for the Emerson E2 onto older refrigeration racks. Not yet finished...

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    Nice but get yourself a P-Touch for the labeling and toss the Sharpie.
    Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pherman View Post
    Nice but get yourself a P-Touch for the labeling and toss the Sharpie.
    Agreed. I have been looking into a label maker! I do write pretty legibly though.

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    I'd argue that the Sharpie adds a little personal touch, time and thought! Long Live a phone with a cord! :-)

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    Sharpie gets as hot as you want it to. If you get it too hot, it is WAY too hot for the boards. I just saw a rack where the printed labels are browning from age/ heat. Probably takes long enough to break them down though.

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