Re: EDIT (Jim) FIELD REPORT: Brasslite Turbo II-D stove
- Hi all -
I noted a couple of other issues:
"minimal affect on boil times"
Should be "minimal effect on boil times"
"The Affects of Cook Pot Choice"
Should be: "The Effects of..."
"no affect on the stove operation"
Should be: "no effect on..."
- In a message dated 12/1/2003 9:23:34 AM Eastern Standard Time,
Jack -thanks for the edits. Please note:
> Thanks for the report, test monitor "EDITS/QUESTIONS" are below:### Done.
> Unfortunately, it also thru in another variable.
>### I added a paragragh to the stove description to describe these terms.
> warm prime and cold prime
> "BEING A BRASSLITE TESTER/USER I KNOW WHAT THESE ARE BUT A DEFINITION
> OF THE TERMS MIGHT BE CONSIDERED"
>### Statement is based on my experience with Brasslite, as noted. I left this
> This same change at a larger company would almost certainly take months
> and they are
> generally unable to email customers this type of information.
> "THIS MAY BE APPROACHING A PROJECTING STATEMENT UNLESS THERE IS PERSONAL
>### Agreed. 'except' it is.
> excepting fuel,
> "DOESN'T SOUND RIGHT, MAYBE JUST EXCEPT"
I also incorporated the 'effect/affect' edits, which made sense as well.
Thanks again. The report will be uploaded by or over the weekend.
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