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Re: pacemakers

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01-08-2014 19:07:24

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Got mine 4 weeks ago today.. Feeling good, Twice the energy I had.. They say no welding, but there are tricks that are supposed to make it OK. Personally, I do not plan to do anymore welding.. My health and safety are more valuable to me. I am friends with a man that is an expert in the area of electrical waves, he is going to come and test the machines at my machine shop to be sure they are safe for me to run.

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Davis SC

01-08-2014 19:12:50

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 Re: pacemakers in reply to Davis SC, 01-08-2014 19:07:24  
Most cars are OK, I think.. Some say the Toyota Prius is not safe, not sure if true. I was just told not to stand right over, as in leaning over a running engine. I was allowed to drive after one week... Just said be careful, no sudden moves, until things heal up well.

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01-09-2014 17:57:39

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 Re: pacemakers in reply to Davis SC, 01-08-2014 19:12:50  
Sisters instructions said not to lean over a running gas engine, talked to her today. Otherwise OK to be around them. Doc. might not have though about the weed whip, gas powered leaf blower and other small gas engines for property maintenance. As mentioned by another guy here.

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