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    everybody knows just draw a arrow on it

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    Maybe it was a test question...

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    This is a piece of copper tubing we talking about, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe424 View Post
    This is a piece of copper tubing we talking about, right?
    Lol. Yes copper.

    The 2nd is there to protect the 1st. DTOM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zamoramax View Post
    Lol. Yes copper.

    The 2nd is there to protect the 1st. DTOM
    Like coaxial copper tubing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    Like coaxial copper tubing?
    No. No. No. Flux capacitor copper tubing.

    The 2nd is there to protect the 1st. DTOM

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe424 View Post
    This is a piece of copper tubing we talking about, right?
    Thats what i was wondering... Just match size length there is no direction.

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    The capillary tube is non-directional.

    It is simply a piece of copper tubing with an incredibly small internal diameter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellkamp View Post
    an incredibly small internal diameter.
    also, a well regulated in uniform size small internal diameter pipe.

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    But not small in comparison to the human hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    But not small in comparison to the human hair.
    or a carbon nanotube

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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC_Marc View Post
    also, a well regulated in uniform size small internal diameter pipe.
    No. You're wrong. 100 percent wrong.

    A capillary tube is NOT a pipe. It's classified as tubing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellkamp View Post
    No. You're wrong. 100 percent wrong.

    A capillary tube is NOT a pipe. It's classified as tubing.

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    if you say so

    pipe
    pīp/
    noun
    noun: pipe; plural noun: pipes
    1.
    a tube of metal, plastic, or other material used to convey water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances.

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