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  1. We have solar hot water running to all of our bathrooms, kitchen, and laundry room. Currently our dishwasher and washing machine are fed from cold water taps. Both of these appliances obviously have heating elements for the water. They do expect cold water input as indicated in both manuals. I was considering hooking up hot water to the dishwasher to see if it would speed up the cycles. This would also save some energy costs. I would expect that the hose might need to be changed for hot water but was thinking that using hot water might affect the programming adversely. Any ideas on pros and co
  2. There used to be a carpet store on Mahidol Road on the south side about halfway between the river and Airport Plaza. However, i haven't noticed if they are still in business.
  3. In the Padaet area we have city water but never enough pressure for showers and the like. All houses in our moo baan have tanks and pumps. We recently switched from an underground tank to an above ground tank and we have just enough pressure to get the water two meters off the ground to the top of the tank. The city water was off all day last Tuesday.
  4. Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Hotel. About 15 minutes from the airport. 6900 Baht T&G. 1:00 AM Arrived at hotel 1:30 AM Papers checked, PCR test and checkin completed 11:00 AM Test results completed 11:30 AM Checkout completed
  5. Thai First Translation Services on Charoen Prathet Road (spelling?). Used them for many official documents over the years but not in the last 3 years so not sure if they are still in business.
  6. grin

    I am concerned

    Lived in Kansas near the Colorado border and spent summers in Ft Collins and Walsenburg. We had relatives all over Colorado, like Colorado Springs, Longmont, Leadville and Estes Park. As a kid the rule was we only had to put a jacket on when we went outside if it was 32F or below. Unless it was snowing, sleeting, raining, etc.
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