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1968

Re: I've got a problem with water getting into the dome. Hi Gerry or Gerryle?, I have had the problem of wind blowing snow into my dome via the same route. I "solved" it by putting felt weatherstrip between the dome

Kent DeGroff
3:54 PM
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1967

I've got a problem with water getting into the dome. I live in an extremely windy and sometimes rainy area, Hatteras Island NC. Last night we had close to 40 mph and an inch or more of rain. I'm having a

gerrylebing
12:57 PM
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1966

Re: TI Offices Closed? I'm 100% sure that the offices are no longer based in MD and now moved to FL. I was in touch with Jerry during the summer for some replacement parts and he

Ruben Salinas
Feb 24
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1965

Re: TI Offices Closed? I received a email from him yesterday...FWIW

cmaier16
Feb 24
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1964

Re: TI Offices Closed? Oh, I thought TI moved to FL. That's what it says on the home page of their web site:Welcome ... Oh, I thought TI moved to FL. That's what it says on the home

Michael Cook
Feb 19
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1963

Re: TI Offices Closed? Are you talking about the former location of TI? They moved to Florida a couple years back. I called twice last Thursday and Jerry answered on the first ring

Chas Rimpo
Feb 19
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1962

Re: TI Offices Closed? I live about 4 miles from the TI facility. We've had a few days of really bad weather, for the DC area where 0.1" of snow causes a complete area wide shutdown

lottesjj
Feb 19
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1961

Re: TI Offices Closed? I sent Jerry Smith an email Sunday or Monday because the magnet on the front shutter got knocked off again by the rear shutter. I asked where to purchase the

jmlawler@sbcglobal.net
Feb 18
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1960

TI Offices Closed? Anyone know if TI offices are closed for vacation or some other reason? I'm not getting a response to their support e-mail or phone mail (although a voice mail

Michael Cook
Feb 17
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1959

Re: Pd 10 wall height Hi- With a 17-inch scope, I think I'd add the 4th ring. I have 5 inches of clearance with the 12.5. I recently looked at a 16 inch scope, amd I didn't have

heathkitguy
Feb 14
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1958

Re: Pd 10 wall height thanks Rob, I may put a 17" scope in there and thats what i thought...

cmaier16
Feb 13
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1957

Re: Pd 10 wall height Hi- A few questions. How big is your telescope? Are you building a robotic observatory or one where you plan to do a lot of visual astronomy? I have two wall

heathkitguy
Feb 11
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1956

Re: Pd 10 wall height Unless you’re an eight-foot tall person, two rings should be fine. I have a PD10 with 1 ring as the second story of a two story 12’ x 12’ observatory

    Dan Griffing
    Feb 4
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    1955

    Re: Pd 10 wall height Although I did not buy the dome rings, I did build a supporting structure to mount the PD 10 dome on. My walls are at 76 inches tall. I visited domes with

    jmlawler@sbcglobal.net
    Feb 4
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    1954

    Pd 10 wall height I'm considering a pro dome 10 and initially ordered 3 rings plus the base ring which puts the dome base at 4'. TI said most people use two rings plus the base

    chrisscottmaier
    Feb 4
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