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Original poster: CTCDW@xxxxxxx
I posted this quite a while back, and don't think I ever got a
response, and in fact I'm not sure it ever made it out there...
I would like to install a permanent coil outside. This means that it
needs to be protected well from the elements Heat, rain, snow,
Concerns.... how should a secondary be prepared to handle the
cant the caps handle the heat and cold? what about moisture?
obviously, the whole thing needs to be housed in a weather-proof
structure, but should it be heated?
Lots of possible problems... any thoughts?