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thermostate on 70 but no heat, even though furnance comes on and blows hot air?

thermostate on 70 but no heat, even though furnance comes on and blows hot air?

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The most important ingredient in keeping your TT rubber primed longer is water. Water washes the dirt and dust off your rubber, as well as keeping it moist and resilient. Adding a LITTLE alcohol to your solution (say 10 percent) should also help remove some of the grease that naturally accumulates (from your hands, etc.). Rubbing this solution into the rubber lightly until you hear a slight squeak will tell you that you're restoring some of the rubber's grip or tackiness necessary to effect good ball spin.Another treatment that can greatly enhance grip is, before putting your racket away after play, wipe the rubber liberally with water then lay a thin sheet of plastic over each side. The result when you peel the plastic off the next time you play will amaze you ! Happy ping-pong-ing !
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