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· Mr. Special Snowflake.
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So I have to do an at home sleep study tonight. This includes recording audio of me sleeping to listen for apnea. Do I spool up random porn noises to get played throughout the night to fuck with the techs or just let them listen to the random bs I watch on TV all night?

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So I have to do an at home sleep study tonight. This includes recording audio of me sleeping to listen for apnea. Do I spool up random porn noises to get played throughout the night to fuck with the techs or just let them listen to the random bs I watch on TV all night?

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So I have to do an at home sleep study tonight. This includes recording audio of me sleeping to listen for apnea. Do I spool up random porn noises to get played throughout the night to fuck with the techs or just let them listen to the random bs I watch on TV all night?

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Last week single digit temps and sub zero wind chill. This week 50s and rain. Crazy. And it's so moist outside, air is wet, surfaces are wet, and my least favorite...garage floor is wet. Can't stand working in the garage when it's moist like this. Got up early to work on the buggy before work, walked out to the garage, saw the door handle to the garage was covered in wetness....nope... turned around and went back inside to my coffee :ROFLMAO:
 

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I've been running the shit out of one of those little diesel 8kw 12v heaters in the garage for two weeks. It keeps the garage about 16 degrees above ambient. Only twice did it get below freezing out there on an outside wall. Anyway, it kept the slab warm enough that since I haven't opened the door there is no condensation inside. I'm hoping to finish up the wiring and plumbing for air this weekend so I can finish putting a ceiling in then I can more easily keep the garage above freezing AND dry.
 

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I've been running the shit out of one of those little diesel 8kw 12v heaters in the garage for two weeks. It keeps the garage about 16 degrees above ambient. Only twice did it get below freezing out there on an outside wall. Anyway, it kept the slab warm enough that since I haven't opened the door there is no condensation inside. I'm hoping to finish up the wiring and plumbing for air this weekend so I can finish putting a ceiling in then I can more easily keep the garage above freezing AND dry.
One of those Amazon heaters? How much diesel do you go through? I don't mind working out there when its cold in the winter, as long as its dry and not crazy cold. Worst is the spring when temps start to rise and the slab is wet mess. I'd love to get something out there to take the chill off and keep condensation at min. I've also thought about an overhead electric forced air heater.

I love my heated concrete, 50 degrees no matter what outside temp is
Maybe some day I'll have a setup like that...probably not...but maybe 😁
 

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The tank holds 5L, which is roughly 1.25gal. I can run the 8KW heaters for ~12 hours on that. The claimed burn rate is .35l/hr but it depends on the settings.

For all the different ones I've had, the admin password is "1688". So if you have that you can adjust it more.

I run it off a 12v power brick used for LED lighting. When the igniter first turns on it uses enough current to pull the regulator down to 10.9v. I have the heat discharge through a toilet flange in the wall of my garage. The heater is outside of the garage. It would be more efficient if I was using garage air to heat, but I like the idea of fresh and dry air getting pumped into the garage. I have a piece of 10' long exhaust pipe on it to get all the combustion fumes a ways away.

I have a second one (and third one that is different than the other two) that I'm going to set up to see if I just run two for like an hour then switch to one I can get the heat up faster. I've been running one from 7or 9am until I go in for the night sometime around 9-10:30pm.

My long term goal is to get the garage so by night time it's in the upper 40s and in the morning it never gets cold enough to freeze.

I have a giant torpedo heater and it will roast you out in minutes, but it not only eats all the oxygen it makes the garage so wet it's crazy. There will be frost on the inside of the walls and the garage doors will get so heavy the opener struggles. Usually what I do with that is leave it running blowing in through the service door. At the end of the day when I'm done I open both garage doors for a few minutes to let the moist air out then close. So far I haven't used the torpedo heater yet.
 
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