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September 23 2017 7 23 /09 /September /2017 12:20

A jig saw is a woodworking tool used for making curved cuts on plywood, metals and soft materials. Artisans use them for creating intricate designs on their works that require different shapes. Though a jig saw is similar to a chisel, it offers more versatility to make irregular shapes and patterns that may require 45-degree angles, as well as straight cuts. Jig saw cutting tables add stability to a handheld jig saw, particularly when making nonlinear cuts. Jig saw tables cost upwards of $100; however, you can build your own table using a few construction materials.

Draw a sketch of your jig saw table. A sketch gives you an idea of what you want your table to look like, what accessories you want added to it and how big you want it. A drawing also gives you an idea of how many nails and screws you need to secure. Mark the areas of the table where you want to put the saw and Dewalt DE9503 drill battery.

Measure and cut MDF boards to desired size. Medium-density fiberboard, or MDF, is thicker than plywood and particle board, enabling it to withstand more pressure. It also has a flatter surface than natural woods that have knots and irregularities. Once you've cut the board, lay it out on a clean, flat surface and cut out your table legs. You may want to write down the dimensions of your table so you can remember where each piece goes. If you can't find MDP, use a three-fourth inch thick sheet of hardwood, particle board or plywood for the table.

Mark spots where the opening for the saw and drills will go. Use a pencil and a ruler or straight edge to make straight lines on the material. At the same time, mark where screws and nails go on the top of the table and on the legs.

Add the saw and the Dewalt DW9096 batteries to their designated holes. Make sure the table is stable enough to hold the weight. Nail a ruler or measuring device on your table to make it an all-in-one workstation. Add a piece of board as a guider when you cut the board.

Sand parts made of natural wood. If you use 2x4s or plywood, sand them to smooth out any irregular spots and remove any splinters. You can use a motorized handheld sander or sandpaper, depending on your personal preference. You can add some kind of coating to the wood or leave it natural.

•Always wear safety gear when dealing with saws and drills.

•Don't leave equipment running when you are not using battery for Dewalt DW9091.

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September 21 2017 5 21 /09 /September /2017 18:05

Drill battery packs can contain nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride, lithium ion or lithium polymer cells. Lithium ion and lithium polymer cells produce more energy and last longer, but they have to be monitored during the charging process as lithium-based cells can catch fire, or even explode, if they are overcharged. To prevent overcharging occurring, drill battery manufacturers fit temperature sensors that activate and cut off power if a battery gets too hot. You can determine if your Panasonic cordless drill battery has a temperature sensor as the battery pack has three, instead of two, terminals. However, you only need to use two terminals (positive and negative) to test your drill battery.

Charge your drill battery as usual. Remove the battery from the charger once fully charged. Leave the drill battery for several hours -- overnight is best. This lets energy discharge from your drill battery if it's not in good condition.

Put your drill battery on a table and get your multimeter nearby. Read the label on the drill battery to find out the voltage and milliamp hours (mAh) it produces if the battery is in good condition.

Look at the three terminals on the drill battery. One is labeled "Temp;" you don't need to use this terminal to test your drill battery. The second terminal is labeled "Gnd" and is the negative terminal. The third terminal is labeled "+ve" and is the positive terminal.

Set the multimeter so it measures voltage. Place the metal prong on the end of the red wire from the multimeter onto the terminal labeled "+ve." Place the prong on the end of the black wire from the multimeter onto the terminal labeled "Gnd."

Check the voltage measurement on the multimeter display. It reads the same as the output voltage on the Paslode power tool battery label if the battery is fully charged and in good condition. Your drill battery is also fine if the multimeter measurement is about a volt lower than the drill battery label, but if the measurement is more than 1 volt lower your battery is losing its charge. Over time it gets worse so you need to check it regularly so you know when to get a replacement.

Set the multimeter so it measures mAh. Place the metal prong on the end of the red wire from the multimeter onto the terminal labeled "+ve." Place the prong on the end of the black wire from the multimeter onto the terminal labeled "Gnd."

Check the mAh measurement on the multimeter display. It reads the same as the mAh on the drill battery label if the battery is in good condition. Your drill battery is also fine if the multimeter measurement is about 5 percent lower than the Ryobi cordless drill batteries label but if the measurement is more than 5 percent lower your battery is not producing the correct energy to power your drill and over time it will deteriorate further. Check it regularly so you know when to get a replacement.

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September 13 2017 4 13 /09 /September /2017 10:56

Through the years, I’ve accumulated numerous cordless tools. My first cordless tool was a 9.6 volt Makita that I used for many years. This model used the tall slender type of battery that slid up into the handle. Before getting the Makita, I used standard corded models that worked great, but were inconvenient to use at times due to their pesky electrical cord. Once I got the Makita, I rarely used the older corded electric power tool batteries. It was so easy to just pick up the Makita and not have to worry about finding an electrical socket, or an extension cord.

A few years later, I got a DeWalt 14.4volt, which offered more power (hey, I’m from Texas, we like everything to be bigger and better) and a few more torque settings. A few years later, DeWalt came out with their 18volt cordless models and I got one of those. The increased power and run time, versus the 14.4volt model was considerable the 18volt drill became my “go-to” tool when I needed a cordless tool. Not long after I got the 18volt, I got to use the “new and improved” 18volt extended run batteries when I succumbed to the lure of a DeWalt cordless reciprocating saw.

Sweet! The extended run batteries (XRP’s) were even better and lasted quite a bit longer than the standard 18volt battery. Some time later, I succumbed once again to the lure of a DeWalt cordless jigsaw, with an 18 volt power tool battery. I was in cordless tool nirvana. Then, I got a Fein 14.4volt that ran as smooth and sweet as my Mercedes, with less noise than the DeWalts.

I also got a Ryobi 18volt, a Skill 14.4volt and a Black and Decker 7.2volt as gifts. My collection was growing and I added three more cordless models to my stable. When one battery ran down, I grabbed another battery. When both batteries ran down I picked up one of the other models, whilst the other batteries were charging. No matter what the task, I had drills and batteries to spare, until one day when the batteries started their inevitable slide towards the recycling centre.



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September 10 2017 1 10 /09 /September /2017 23:12

A good set of tools will always serve you well, provided you take care of them, protect them against rust and damage and keep them stored neatly. High quality hand tools can cost quite a bit of money, although many people assume they require no maintenance or care and throw them carelessly into a drawer or cheap plastic toolbox. Here's a look at the proper way to take care of your screwdrivers, pliers and all other metal tools to make them last you a lifetime.
Step One: Cleaning

All tools should always remain free of dust and debris, which can cause damage over a long period of time. If your tools get dirty or wet during use, take the time to clean them afterward. Most Dewalt tool batteries can be cleaned with a simple soft brush that you keep near your tool cabinet. Rust, the main enemy of metal, can cause permanent damage if left unchecked. Rust forms from moisture, although you can prevent it with most tools by applying a light oil on rust-prone areas. When rust does form, use a fine scrubber and oil to remove it but remember, rust will also be prone to reforming on this area in the future. If you can afford it, invest in tools that are made from high-quality metal alloys to make them resistant to rust and corrosion. Finally, any moving parts should be lubricated occasionally so they remain in good working order.

Step Two: Proper Storage
What's the point of cleaning your tools regularly if you don't have proper storage in place? Depending on your needs, a simple toolbox will suffice. If you have a large collection of tools or use them professionally in a trade, a metal cabinet is a good option. Tools should always be organized and sorted and put back in their designated area after each use. This way, they're always there when you need them. Ideally, Metabo drill battery won't touch each other while they're stored. A few companies have developed storage systems to address this. Keep all of your instruments in a dry area free of moisture, dust and direct sunlight. For sharp instruments like chisels, keep them in a holder so you won't accidentally hurt yourself when you get them out. Tools should never be left on the ground or a working area as they can pose a serious hazard. Try to group your tools together in a way that makes sense to you.
Step Three: Maintenance
Most people are injured using their AEG tool battery when they aren't kept sharp or in good condition. Metal blades should always be well oiled and replaced when they lose their sharpness. Regularly inspect your nuts, bolts, screws and other small parts for damage so you know when they need to be replaced. If you own hand tools with a wooden handle, take the time to sand and oil it regularly to prevent splinters and splitting.


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August 27 2017 1 27 /08 /August /2017 18:21

The first rule you need to be familiar with when choosing a cordless drill is this simple fact-the battery you choose to power this tool will ultimately determine the strength and torque you will get. Obviously, the higher the voltage of the Dyson vacuum cleaner battery, the more power you can expect to get from your cordless drill. While this seems to be very exciting option, there are tradeoffs to be made with a higher voltage cordless tool. There is the burden of additional cost and additional weight if you are going for a higher voltage solution for your drilling needs.

Let's look at a typical comparison to prove this point. A normal 9.6 volt cordless drill will weigh around 3-1/2 lbs and costs you $35-$150 a piece, depending on the model and brand you choose. If you opt for a higher voltage tool, a 19.2 volt cordless drill would weigh up to ten lbs and costs anywhere from $120-$300 a piece. If you are looking to get more power and torque from a cordless drill, then it may justify the cost of getting a more expensive version. But if you are merely looking to drive screws in your own home, then it would not be a wise move to waste your hard-earned money on a powerful 19.2 volt cordless drilling. It is much harder to use too, because of the additional weight. Under these circumstances, a lighter version would suit you best.


Different models come with different AEG drill battery needs. Some cordless drills come with one battery while others will have two or more. If you plan to use your cordless drill for extended periods of time, then it is important to go for tool that comes with more than one battery. It can be very frustrating to experience dead batteries when you are in the middle of an important project. Waiting for hours and hours for the battery to charge up when you are running out of time is an exasperating situation. If you fancy a cordless drill that has one battery, ask for additional batteries you can purchase and keep just in case you need them. Be sure to include that in the cost when you are comparing them.

Battery Type

Basically, there are two types of batteries involved when you talk about cordless drills; Li-Ion or the Lithium Ion batteries and Nickel Metal Hydride batteries. Please do not make the mistake of going for the Nickel Metal Hydride, which is the cheaper version. These seem to have problems with memory and would require you to totally discharge them complete before you could charge them again. If you fail to do this, it would lose its charge capacity. This is the ultimate time waster. Aside from that, they don't last that long as the Li-Ions would and tend to be lower powered than Lithium-Ion batteries.

Cordless Drills Storage

It is good to know that even when your cordless drill is turned off, it would still draw a little energy form the batteries. This may not be a significant amount but when you add that over a period of time, you will be losing a lot of battery power this way. Therefore, do not store your cordless drill with the battery intact. Remove it and put it aside.

Another thing to remember is not to store those Metabo tool batteries in the charger as well. This will draw energy away too, and cause your battery to die off sooner than you expect. Keep it away from high heat or extreme coldness. Heat tends to cause damage to your battery while exposing it to low temperatures over a period of time will draw its charging capacity.

One final tip is, it is vitally important to choose the right brand that you can depend on for reliability and safety. Ensure it comes with a guarantee against all manufacturing defects. Ensuring your peace of mind is crucial when it comes to buying the best cordless drill.

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August 26 2017 7 26 /08 /August /2017 09:28

If you grow up around a small engineering business you are likely to gain something of an appreciation for power tools. You’ll see them of all ages, sizes, manufacturers, and technologies. When thinking of the power tools constantly on hand in the workshop of a blacksmith like my dad for instance, I’m instantly seeing a drill and an angle grinder. The drill that most comes to mind is a Makita mains powered hand drill, and given that I remember the day he bought it to replace his clapped-out Wolf in 1976, it has given phenomenal service over four decades and continues to do so.

Of course, the Makita isn’t the only drill in his possession. A variety of others of different sizes and speeds have come and gone over the years, and there is always one at hand for any given task. The other one I’d like to single out is I think the most recent acquisition, a Bosch cordless model he bought several years ago. It’s similar in size and capabilities to the Makita save for its bulky battery pack, and it is a comparably decent quality power tool batteries.

So, we have two drills, both of similar size, and both of decent quality. One is from the mid 1970s, the other from the end of the last decade. One is a very useful tool able to drill holes all day, the other is little more than a paperweight. The vintage model from the days of flared trousers is a paperweight, you ask? No, the not-very-old Bosch, because its battery pack has lost its capacity. The inevitable degradation due to aged cell chemistry has left it unable to hold enough charge for more than maybe a minute’s use, and what was once a tool you’d be glad to own is now an ornament.

Naturally, this will not be unfamiliar to most Hackaday readers. We’ve all been offered a pile of dead cordless tools over the years, and as writers we’ve covered quite a few inventive hacks using them. They’re a useful source of motors and sometimes even speed controllers, even if you don’t want to use them as tools.

Comparing the Makita and the Bosch power tool battery as exemplars of the two strands of power tool ownership, I have though to admit an unease over the rise of cordless tools, and a dislike of the marketing that surrounds them. In converting their customers to cordless tools, the manufacturers have found a way to get them to buy the same tool from them every five years or so when there is nothing wrong with their previous tool, simply because its battery pack has reached the end of its lifetime. Battery pack form factors change with each successive generation of tools, so the customer can not merely buy a new battery pack and move on. Great for the manufacturers, awful for the consumers.

Meanwhile of course, the marketing machine is in full swing pushing the convenience of cordless tools. Amazingly this often concentrates on those problematic batteries themselves, for example where this is being written the manufacturer of those lime-green power tools has a commercial promoting a range of tools that all have the same battery. The idea presumably being that after five years you won’t simply have to replace your drill due to a dead battery, you’ll have to replace all your tools!

Of course, a full-on rant against power tool built-in obsolescence is of little use though without some kind of solution. If we’re to identify a problem then we should also provide some way out of it, at least a way that works for we hardware hackers and makers if not for the wider public.

The most obvious way to avoid cordless tool obsolescence is to not buy a cordless tool in the first place. Think carefully, how often do you use a power tool away from a mains socket? Really how often, not just hypothetically. The chances are it won’t be that often, if at all, and buying an extension cord with your electric drill will be a lot cheaper than buying a replacement drill in five years time. And then there are the unexpected benefits, you forget just how lightweight a power tool is when it doesn’t have a battery pack strapped to its handle. Buy a tool with a cord, and like my dad with his Makita drill battery, you might still be using it in four decades from now.

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August 22 2017 3 22 /08 /August /2017 23:28

The laptop was originally created as a portable device for businessmen on the go. For years, the joke was that they were a lot more unwieldy than desktop models. Following all, the first laptops weighed over twenty pounds, had no Sony laptop batteries, and tiny screens. They also cost more than the average car, as you may envision laptops were little much more than a niche item for the very first decade of their existence.

But as with any new technology increased competition and improved production methods result in lower costs and better devices. Laptops got quicker, lighter, and smarter throughout the 90s and sales grew. For the first time in 2008, laptops outsold desktops. The trend is expected to continue as most personal computer manufacturers are redirecting their research and development dollars to laptops.

It can be tough to predict how long a laptop battery charge will last mainly because each PC user has different habits and needs. The rate at which you use laptop battery power will ascertain how lengthy you may use the battery of your laptop. It is possible to re-calibrate your Compaq laptop battery if the battery's life has gotten shorter over time. Your laptop battery may well want a fantastic calibration if it doesn't seem to be finding the mileage that it should.

Just place it inside the floppy drive, and then turn on the PC. The re-calibration process is automated and takes about six hours to finish. This utility is obtainable in different versions for unique models. It is possible to run the utility two months. If the laptop battery is still poor then it must have developed a memory that can't be erased effortlessly. If calibration doesn't support, then it truly is the best time to obtain a different battery.

Battery chargers are also lightweight and compact in size as a result they will effortlessly fit into your travel bag, or briefcase to take with you. A charger is just something that laptop PC owners ought to by no means be without. A laptop PC typically has two sources of energy. The laptop energy commonly comes from a storage battery supply and there's also an AC adapter that supplies energy. Without having this internal energy supply unit, the portability of a laptop could possibly be impossible, so it genuinely is incredibly essential to have a trustworthy laptop battery with fantastic battery life.

As previously talked about, Apple laptop batteries are obtainable in really a couple of shapes and sizes, at the exact same time as exclusive voltages and configurations. When acquiring a laptop or computer system, it is greatest to guarantee which you acquire a battery charger to match the precise model. In terms of laptop personal computer system batteries, a battery is just not just a point which you invest in generically. Shopping for a replacement laptop battery, it can be considerable to make positive that it can be compatible together with your precise model.

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August 19 2017 7 19 /08 /August /2017 22:29

Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery technology is one of the fastest growing trends in the tool community, and certainly for good reason. Lithium Ion Makita drill batteries have the best energy to weight ratio, meaning they pack the most power with the smallest amount of bulk. They also experience no memory effect or, lazy battery effect. This occurs when a battery can no longer accept a maximum charge for having been repeatedly recharged without being fully used (a common symptom of Nickel Cadmium (NiCad) batteries). Li-Ion batteries, conversely, have absolutely no memory and can continually accept a maximum charge. Additionally, Lithium Ion batteries have a very slow rate of charge loss while the battery is disengaged.

What is the difference between Lithium Batteries and Lithium Ion Batteries?

The difference is in the chemistry; a Lithium battery is a disposable power source composed of lithium metal compounds - the key word, here, being disposable; Lithium batteries can not be recharged. Lithium Ion batteries, on the other hand, are intercalated, meaning the lithium ion inside the battery moves between two internal electrodes. This movement, or reversibility of the lithium ion accounts for the battery's rechargeability.

What are the benefits of Lithium Ion Technology?

-- Lithium Ion batteries hold a lot of power and are surprisingly light-weight, especially with consideration to other rechargeable power tool batteries.
-- Li-Ion batteries combine single cell technology with a greater energy reservoir than Nickel Metal Hydride and Nickel Cadmium batteries. They store more power for their size than both NiCad and NiMH.
-- Li-Ion batteries hold their charge for significantly longer than other comparable batteries, and provide steady power until that charge is completely gone. Other batteries gradually and consistently loose power as you work. Li-Ion batteries stay strong until the last push.

Are there disadvantages to using Lithium Ion Batteries?

The disadvantages with using Li-Ion battery technology are generally few and far between, and technological advancements are making them even less so. Manufacturers have recently improved the Lithium Ion recipe to reveal a more reliable battery. Still, every giant has its weaknesses:

-- Li-Ion batteries are sensitive to intense hot and cold temperatures. In extreme temperature conditions, the battery will degrade more quickly.
-- Li-Ion batteries degrade regardless frequency of use.
-- The Li-Ion battery's built-in computer chip tells the battery to refuse a charge once the batteries power falls below a certain point. If this occurs, the battery is beyond repair.

Although these defects are more applicable to the older Lithium Ion batteries, the possibility of seeing these problems is still worth noting. Fortunately, these said defects are fairly rare, and easily avoided.

-- Store Li-Ion batteries (and other batteries as well) in a cool, dry place.
-- Use your Li-Ion batteries often.
-- Be certain Li-Ion batteries have a full charge before storing them, and pull them out every so often to use and recharge. Watch the batteries power level to be sure it doesn't fall below the charge limit.

General Li-Ion Battery Tips:

-- On occasion Lithium Ion batteries require more than one charge (sometimes 2 to even 10) to accept a full charge. The first time you charge your Paslode tool battery, leave it to charge over night. This ensures you'll have maximum power for your first use.
-- To maintain proper balance in your battery, leave it charge over night about once per week for the life of the battery.
-- When buying a new Lithium Ion battery, make certain you are buying a fresh one. There's a chance a battery has been degrading on the shelfs of manufacturer's and distributor's so be certain you are buying a new one. Most manufacturers provide a date code on the battery or packaging. Check dates before you purchase, and be confident you are getting a fresh, high-performance battery.


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August 7 2017 2 07 /08 /August /2017 00:42

If you've ever went to use your favorite cordless tool and found the battery dead or took the battery off the charger and have it go dead prematurely, then you know the frustration that comes along with owner cordless tools.

Tip #1. Heat is not a battery's friend. Heat will kill a rechargeable Paslode 404717 battery just about quicker than anything I can think of. It also reduces the battery's life span. If it seems you're constantly buying battery's or if it seems you're not getting good usage times between rechargings, take a look at how you're charging your batteries.

Keep the recharger in a cool place. Recharging your batteries in a 100 degree garage is a good road to a short battery life.

During recharging, try and keep a fan on the charging unit. Batteries can build up a lot of heat during recharging and they need help disapating the heat.

Tip #2. Battery packs are not indestructable. I'm constantly amazed at how careless many people are with their battery's.

Crack a housing and you might as well open the wallet back up. Store the tool and battery in the case it came in if at all possible. If no case is available, then a soft sided tool bag with some cushion will protect the tool and battery until it's time to use it again.

Tip #3. Water is a Killer of batteries  You'd think this would be common sense, but I see cordless tools laying in back of pickups and on the jobsite during wet weather and just have to wonder how many Paslode IM250 battery packs the owner must have had to buy.

Keep the battery pack dry and clean. Wipe any moisture off as soon as it gets on the tool. If it starts to rain, it's time to take a break.

 Tip #4. To Drain Completely or Leave Some Charge There is some controversy about how to charge a battery. I've experimented with different way of recharging my batteries and have come to one conclusion.

For modern batteries, it doesn't matter whether you run the battery completely down or not. By completely down I mean until the tool does not perform adequately. As soon as the cordless drill won't screw a deck screw in all the way, the battery goes on the charger and a fresh one is popped in.

I've known some people who would clamp the trigger down and fully discharge the battery but I have never seen it make a difference.

One thing I never do is leave the battery on the recharger for an extended amount of time. Even with the tools that don't get used that much, once the battery is charged it is taken off the charger.

Tip #5. Always have a backup You just never know when the battery will go. Always have a back up ready to go. This usually means a third or fourth battery. It's cheap insurance against having to work with hand tools!

Tip #6. Make Sure You're Using the Correct Charger Another one of the things you'd think would be common sense, however I see people trying to recharge their Makita batteries on their Dewalt chargers all the time and wonder why it doesn't work.

Recharging your battery on the wrong charger is certain death for your Paslode cordless IM350A battery. The battery and the charger should tell you if they are a match or not. You can also find this information in the owners manual for most tools.

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August 5 2017 7 05 /08 /August /2017 22:49

Before you purchase any, you must understand there are different ladies tool sets available these days. Whether you're buying plumbing tools, a mechanics tool set or even a simple pink power drill or other pink power tools, it is important to know exactly what type of tools you're looking for before you go and buy Paslode power tool battery. Getting the wrong items for a job can cost you lots of time and money, leaving you with nothing to show for it.

Hand Tools: How are They Different from Power Ones?

Hand Tools are used manually, or quite obviously, with your hands. These vary from something as simple as a carpenter's hammer, which is used to push nails into or pull them out of a carpet to a box cutter which can cut boxes and allow for easier box breakdown.

These devices are a part of your everyday lifestyle and improve your quality of life in terms of getting things done. There are literally hundreds of these products available and over hundreds of variations of each type of Dyson battery. There are even ergonomic hand tools, which are designed to fit the natural curve of your hand and natural grip. Ergonomic hand tools are meant to improve your physical performance while by easing the strain and pressure through their comfort-enhancing molds when you use them.

Power tools are powered by electricity. Power devices include electric power drills, chainsaws, electric screwdrivers and jackhammers. Power hardware can be found in everyday life as well. Power hardware tools are different from hand ones by the fact that they are powered by compressed air motors, internal combustion, an electric motor, a steam engine or other electrically-related means.

Where Can I Buy Tools Online?

You can buy tools online. Many online merchants sell special hand tools and power hand tools online for your convenience if you're not interested in going to the store, or don't have a specialty hardware store in your area. Some of the best places to go online for tools include Amazon, because their site's customers give a wide variety of candid and honest feedback that can help you make the best selection for your hand tool needs. So if you're concerned about whether you can safely buy power tool battery online - especially ladies tool sets - don't be. Thousands of everyday people shop for their hardware products online with confidence and enjoy convenient shopping with competitive prices.

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