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Re: hot dog
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Original poster: "Mike" <mike.marcum@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
That's pretty interesting. Says "do not use on dc" , assuming this from the
days when dc sockets were still around in some cities. Wonder why not?
Would it jsut cook 1 end of the hot dog/ electroplate it?
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Subject: Re: hot dog
Original poster: dgoodfellow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Are you thinking of this type?
I see electrodes that the hot dogs are placed upon in the photo.
Quoting Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> Original poster: Karl Lindheimer <karl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Those "neat" instant hot-dog cookers disappeared in the early '80's.
> Right after hair dryers had to have GFI protection, and big brother >
> what was good for you, or not.
> On May 19, 2005, at 7:15 PM, Tesla list wrote:
> >Yep, there used to be a hotdog cooker that did the same thing.
no > >isolation
> >from line! been around for more than 40 years, dont see them
anymore. > >cul
> >brian f.