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    New RCBS pro melt for sale

    New RCBS pro melt 300.00 OBO Shipped to your door lower 48 only
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    PM sent

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    PM sent.

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    PM sent with offer to buy it at the asking price. 3rd in line, maybe.

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    SPF to Grumpy Bear

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    New RCBS pro melt for sale

    Congratulations Grumpy Bear, you got a great deal! I must say that I am very disappointed in how this deal was handled. I was first to send a message and I get no response. I followed it up with another message asking what was the best price you would take and I still get no response. Now it gets sold to the third person to pm. The courtesy of responding to my PM's would have been greatly appreciated.
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    No sense in being mad. Asking someone's best price is not negotiation in good faith. It has also been less than a day in total.

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    New RCBS pro melt for sale

    Yeah, I know you're right. I am bummed that I was first and missed out, that's all. No hard feelings, I'll know better next time.

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    Now that's what I like to see.
    Everybody playing nice!
    Also says a lot about the quality of our members!
    MERICA!! HECK YEAH!!

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    If I hadn't been sittin' on both my hands and gritting my teeth.....none o' yons would have won it, 'cause it woulda been on it's way to me! It was painful, but I do feel a sense of accomplishment for a brief hour or two of self control.
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    Great deal if it runs on 110 volts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by truckerdave397 View Post
    Great deal if it runs on 110 volts.
    Think so, if not I cast in my garage and I'll just unplug the air compressor and plug in the RCBS.

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    My old saeco decided it was done.
    I was thinking of getting the rcbs promelt
    I've heard good things about them.
    Ill start saving my pennies for the next time.
    Good deal

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    Just a note--- It don't work that way.


    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyBear View Post
    Think so, if not I cast in my garage and I'll just unplug the air compressor and plug in the RCBS.
    The essence of education is self reliance- T.H. White.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beezapilot View Post
    Just a note--- It don't work that way.
    Ok I'm game just how does it work ?

    My compressor is on a 220 volt outlet.

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    110 va

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    I may be incorrect- that is a Pro-Melt- NOT a Pro-Melt2. The original Pro-Melt was designed for 110V for the US market that the 220V for the overseas market, not the same as our 220V. Yes, I know all about Ohms law and electrical theory. The ProMelt2 may be set up for USA 240V... but ....

    I learned this the hard way and ordered a 220V Pro-Melt a few years ago... round European plug. RCBS customer service explained the error of my ways and sent along "guts" to rewire it to 110V. New coil, thermostat, and cord.

    BUT DANNY JUST POSTED THAT IT IS 110V SO NO WORRIES
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    Quote Originally Posted by beezapilot View Post
    I may be incorrect- that is a Pro-Melt- NOT a Pro-Melt2. The original Pro-Melt was designed for 110V for the US market that the 220V for the overseas market, not the same as our 220V. Yes, I know all about Ohms law and electrical theory. The ProMelt2 may be set up for USA 240V... but ....

    I learned this the hard way and ordered a 220V Pro-Melt a few years ago... round European plug. RCBS customer service explained the error of my ways and sent along "guts" to rewire it to 110V. New coil, thermostat, and cord.

    BUT DANNY JUST POSTED THAT IT IS 110V SO NO WORRIES
    I am confused. If you wanted 220v why did you not just change the plug? I think the only difference in the "over there" is theirs if 50 HZ and ours 60 HZ.

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    There was one on flee bay a few years ago that had a funky looking plug. The seller never mentioned that it was 220.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retread View Post
    I am confused. If you wanted 220v why did you not just change the plug? I think the only difference in the "over there" is theirs if 50 HZ and ours 60 HZ.
    No, it's more confusing than that, why make it easy? In the US we get 220v by having two legs of 110 combined with a neutral/ground. Basicly everything in your house will be 110v based with additional legs as the transformers step it down to 110v.
    In the U.K. the transformers step down to 220v, so it's one leg of 220, a neutral and a ground, like most of our 110v outlets.
    Clear as mudd?

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