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    Thumbs down Garage heater

    From today's inspection. Gas supply was on, ready to run. Inside garage.

    Anyone know how to rotate this photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Vernon View Post

    Anyone know how to rotate this photo?

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    Thanks Billy!

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    Shoot... should have read the next reply.... I just flipped my laptop


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    Brandon, at least you had a laptop, I was at the desk top. I'm still trying to untangle cords.

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    There are so many things wrong in that photo that it makes me dizzy . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Vernon View Post
    Anyone know how to rotate this photo?

    Rick,

    The easiest way if you do not have any graphics programs is to open My Computer (no, not "my" computer, "yours"), go to that file, right click it and click on Preview.

    Once opened in Preview, allow the bottom you will see some 'tools' to use, there are two which are magnifying glasses with a '+' and '-' in them, then the next two are for rotating, first one is for clockwise 90 degrees and the second one is for counterclockwise 90 degrees.

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    The picture was rotated????????...It wasn't an anti gravity garage???????


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    So tell us Rick, what are you going to say about the heater?

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    Maybe we need to start calling ignition sources within 18" of the garage floor IEDs?

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    I have to agree with Aaron on this one, dizzy!
    Thanks to Jerry for the instructions, its now on my desktop right side up.
    Darren, I had so many options that I settled with "install a door stop on the left side top to protect...."

    Buyer agreed to remove it as I advised. Old, beatup, not raised, flue short/not supported, too close to combustables, not enough room to store everything. Although I liked the termination on the flue still looked like death by CO.

    Great comments by all as usual.

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