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    Not sure I understand the forum permissions . I can't comment on the cfms post

    I thought this was open discussion. Shouldn't that post be? The only reason he is having trouble is not picturing they are designed to move different volumes of air at the same speed under certain conditions I&e in an enclosure.


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    You need to upgrade to PRO status...

    And ANY AOP thread is seriously restricted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest Crossmin View Post
    I thought this was open discussion. Shouldn't that post be? The only reason he is having trouble is not picturing they are designed to move different volumes of air at the same speed under certain conditions I&e in an enclosure.


    Two wrongs don't make a right but three lefts do.

    Understand that AOP permissions involve vetting by the site mods.

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