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Winter Kill
So...the snow has finally almost melted here in the southern tier of N.Y. Went to put the battery back on the mill & low & behold, the mice decided to become electricians & work on the wiring !! Only spent about 2 hours trying to replace the stripped & chewed wires. Not as simple as connecting black to black & blue to blue as they removed the shielding. Anyone else have any surprises when unretiring their mill from it's long winter nap ? Hopefully, this will stay on topic & not degenerate with spammers posting with topics totally unrelated to this forum !!
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I was able to start my mill once a week during the winter, but haven’t tried to cut anything. I’ve been working on building a log trailer and rig to make it easier to bring logs to my mill all fall and winter - finally got someone to help me and loaded the first logs with it today. Works really well.
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Not exactly sure why picture flipped upside down lol. Will try a different one.
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Thank GOD it was only the picture !!
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For sure - roll over with those logs would leave a mark. Lol
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Lol I started to comment this morning, but decided to email Norwood again instead. I don’t think either one is reading their mail. It amazes me that so many people will spam posts about spammers - we may be dealing with machines not people.
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I'm going to keep denigrating them on every email I get telling me there is a new response.