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Recently I’ve noticed some of these in the parking garage entrance to a hospital— basically they appear to be tubes attached to plastic ceiling tiles. The tubes flow down and are coiled into the bucket, but they are not connected to anything, and I don’t see anything accumulating in the buckets.

 

Never seen this before, and I’m just curious. What the hell is going on? A drainage system for moisture in the ceiling? That’s the only guess I have. Help plz.

 

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1 hour ago, PokerFace said:

Never seen this before, and I’m just curious. What the hell is going on? A drainage system for moisture in the ceiling? That’s the only guess I have. Help plz.

 

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That's correct.  Scenes like this are ubiquitous at Parkland.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, futureman said:

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I was suggesting that you stop giving pos rep to a troll.  The troll was banned so I deleted my post.  Good day sir.  Apparently the troll was @hitbyatrain's sock, hence his bitchneg.

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7 hours ago, TriStone said:

That's correct.  Scenes like this are ubiquitous at Parkland.

 

 

Thx. I guess it makes sense--just kind of weird to see it so frequently

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13 hours ago, luke duke said:

What does the liquid in the bucket taste like?

Image result for tastes like burning gif

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I was tightening the pulley on my Whirlpool top loading washer drum and this coil fell out when I tipped the washer on it's back.  Anyone have any idea what it's from?  The only thing I've ever replaced on it was the actuator and the lid switch and it doesn't seem to be from them.  Everything seems to be working fine FWIW.

Model WTW4800XQ1

 

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57 minutes ago, retsevlys said:

Sweet.  To the recycler I go!

Might want to save it to barter with, once we all run out of Mercury dimes.

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On 3/23/2020 at 1:51 PM, retsevlys said:

I was tightening the pulley on my Whirlpool top loading washer drum and this coil fell out when I tipped the washer on it's back.  Anyone have any idea what it's from?  The only thing I've ever replaced on it was the actuator and the lid switch and it doesn't seem to be from them.  Everything seems to be working fine FWIW.

Model WTW4800XQ1

 

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WAG:

almost looks like a part of the stator motor that broke off somehow :

https://www.amazon.com/Whirlpool-W10754158-Washer-Motor-Stator/dp/B01BRMEFY6

part of stator motor?

edit: black version:

https://partsdr.com/part/w10915700-stator?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgrH4-Ji26AIVF4iGCh0Kiw_LEAQYDCABEgLF3vD_BwE

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