Have you ever had frost build up in the ice dispenser chute on your General Electric side by side refrigerator?
I did … and it took me a bit of time to figure out what the problem was.
At first I thought it was a bad seal on the door of the freezer. But the seal was actually fine and, if it had been bad, the frost would have been on more than just the ice dispenser chute.
Here’s an example of the ice dispenser chute AFTER I removed a bunch of frost…
(the broken plastic was from when I was a bit ‘over enthusiastic’ at removing built up ice)
After a bit of research I determined that it was the flapper that covered the chute when the dispenser wasn’t dispensing ice.
Well, it’s that time again.
The 2013 Tour de Cure is over and was an unqualified success.
Time to start thinking about the 2014 Tour de Cure.
I’m setting my goals pretty much the same as they were last year … I’m going to ride a metric century (100 km / 62 miles) and raise at least $5000.
To sponsor me, please visit my tour page “Ride With David“.
Once again I’m taking on the mantel of captain of Team RED. For the 2013 ride we raised, as a team, $50,000 and recruited 90 riders. For 2014 we’re shooting for 120 riders and $60,000.
Normally, when you view the property pages on Eclipse items, the pages show up in alphabetical order.
Sometimes this isn’t what you want. While I was working on my RCP project I found the property pages usually didn’t show up in a pleasing order, so had to figure out a way to control the sort order.
Yesterday I bought a new tablet … the Google Nexus 7.
Initially I liked it … it had a nice form factor, it’s light, has a nice display, and a powerful CPU.
I played around with it yesterday and today … but I’ve decided that I’m going to return it.
My intention was to use it as a smaller tablet for traveling (so I don’t have to haul around my laptop AND iPad).