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    Damn Chinese Motors....

    Saw this on a Cast Iron fan motor I was putting in this evening. I reckon I have been spelling Refrigeration wrong all these years.
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    Looks like a Penciltuckin screwed that one up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-I-Am75 View Post
    Saw this on a Cast Iron fan motor I was putting in this evening. I reckon I have been spelling Refrigeration wrong all these years.
    What make you think that is Chinese? I don't see any Chinese writing. I see BENSALEM, PA. That is plain ENGLISH to me.
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    NRP that is united refrigerations storebrand

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    NRP that is united refrigerations store brand name I think it is made in mexico next time im in united ill look

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    Look closely at "National RefrigLration" on the nameplate....

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    Just was working on a rtu right down the street from NRP last week

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    I once was repairing a power supply for a CNC machine, and the schematics showed a "REGURATOR" where there should have been a REGULATOR...Huh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driverfound View Post
    I once was repairing a power supply for a CNC machine, and the schematics showed a "REGURATOR" where there should have been a REGULATOR...Huh.
    Now that sounds chinese! Fa ra ra ra ra,ra, ra ra ra

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