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Post Mon. Nov. 02, 2009 7:58 pm

coal berner wrote:Dave Please fix the size of your avatar I feel like I am going blind I know your not busy doing anything up there so fix it Please.
You didn't hear? The new owners are offering a free magnifying glass with every new stove purchased! :)
Nothing is impossible for people who don't have to do it themselves.


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Post Tue. Nov. 03, 2009 12:20 am

coaledsweat wrote:
coal berner wrote:Dave Please fix the size of your avatar I feel like I am going blind I know your not busy doing anything up there so fix it Please.
You didn't hear? The new owners are offering a free magnifying glass with every new stove purchased! :)
well I hop their keeping two pairs for themselves at least one pair for Matt So he don't need to stick the instruction
manual on how to build a coal stoker stove on the floor so he can read it . like he has to with a food menu when he goes
out to eat .
J.C.

Heating house & water with a 1986 electric furnace man DF520 using buckwheat Anthracite coal

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Post Tue. Nov. 03, 2009 8:40 pm

Congratulations!!!
Matt & Dave as well as the whole LL Family
American Made
The American Dream
IN GOD WE TRUST

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Post Tue. Nov. 03, 2009 9:21 pm

coal berner wrote: Dave Please fix the size of your avatar I feel like I am going blind I know your not busy doing anything up there so fix it Please.
See your mother warned you that would happen someday if you didn't stop ... :nana:
http://www.leisurelinestove.com


You know when people say it was "better back in my day"?

They were right.

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 9:42 am

Congratulations, I wish you both the best of luck on your new venture.

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 12:46 pm

Flyer5 wrote:
coal berner wrote: Dave Please fix the size of your avatar I feel like I am going blind I know your not busy doing anything up there so fix it Please.
See your mother warned you that would happen someday if you didn't stop ... :nana:
Hey your the one with the sticky hands :P
J.C.

Heating house & water with a 1986 electric furnace man DF520 using buckwheat Anthracite coal

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 2:03 pm

Best of luck on your new adventure guys, congratulations!
Always learning, still stupid though :D

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 3:32 pm

Hey Matt,

Wow!!!!!Congratulations. I know from the help you gave me on my AA130, you are the right guy to succeed Jerry. I have a Hyline I purchased new from Jerry quite a few years ago. Great product. I highly recommend LL products. I wish you guys the very best.

Al


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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 3:36 pm

All kidding aside. I have a serious question for you guys. Are you going to continue down the path of suplimental heat or are you going to branch out into the furnace and boiler sector? I heat with a stove and have done so for 3 years now but was considering a hot air furnace or possibly a boiler in the near future. I would love to stay with Leisure Line for my needs. What are your thoughts?
Take Care and God Bless
Rick

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 10:08 pm

gambler wrote:All kidding aside. I have a serious question for you guys. Are you going to continue down the path of suplimental heat or are you going to branch out into the furnace and boiler sector? I heat with a stove and have done so for 3 years now but was considering a hot air furnace or possibly a boiler in the near future. I would love to stay with Leisure Line for my needs. What are your thoughts?
We would like to branch out into the furnace and boiler market . We have discussed it every day for the past few months and have a few ideas but we are just trying to crawl and walk first. It is a very overwhelming experience, I knew it was going to be a lot of work and am prepared to do whatever it takes to keep this company great . We are just trying to get our systems up and running this week while trying to meet orders .So far I think we are doing pretty well . It is not without a few hiccups but we are taking it a day at a time and chopping away at it .Any product that we come up with in the future will be thoroughly tested and run through the ringer as they say .So it will not be an overnight thing but it will be a great product .Anyone here really good with quickbooks ? :D Thanks again,Dave
http://www.leisurelinestove.com


You know when people say it was "better back in my day"?

They were right.

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 10:22 pm

Flyer5 wrote: .Anyone here really good with quickbooks ? :D Thanks again,Dave
HA, funny you should ask that, my accountant told me to study-up on Quickbooks, lots of jobs out there for it :idea:
I got the Quickbooks for Dummies, and just started reading. PM me if your hiring, I'll send my resume :D :clap:
If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 10:34 pm

I used it for many years but I still only have the 2000 version as it fits my needs.
"The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits."

- Albert Einstein

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 11:00 pm

gambler wrote:All kidding aside. I have a serious question for you guys. Are you going to continue down the path of suplimental heat or are you going to branch out into the furnace and boiler sector? I heat with a stove and have done so for 3 years now but was considering a hot air furnace or possibly a boiler in the near future. I would love to stay with Leisure Line for my needs. What are your thoughts?
YOU donena wanna no Stinking Boooilerrr :D
When you turn your boiler on -Does it return the favor?
I have finally lost my mind. Don't bother to return it. It wasn't working properly anyway!

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 11:08 pm

Sting wrote: YOU donena wanna no Stinking Boooilerrr :D
Yes I do!!! and I want you to come and set it up!!!! :lol:
Take Care and God Bless
Rick

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Post Wed. Nov. 04, 2009 11:14 pm

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When you turn your boiler on -Does it return the favor?
I have finally lost my mind. Don't bother to return it. It wasn't working properly anyway!


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