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April 14, 2018
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Fresh tank full first time this spring .  can not get water flow with pump on. Help!

April 16, 2018
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Hi there,

 

I just de-winterized my 181B yesterday.  Did you winterize?  If so, did you open the valves back up at the pump and water heater?

A.J.

June 24, 2018
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My pump wouldn’t work on my 155xl the  first time either. Had to be replaced under warranty. 

November 16, 2018
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This year made me realize that my way of doing things was wrong. When I switched to nearshoring, though, I found that it’s the way of the future. Nearshoring is very similar to offshoring, with the main difference being that the company has transferred a business process (or again the whole business) to a location within its own region. Here is another something About Nearshoring – I’d say it’s comparable to establishing a true business region, almost like a country of like-minded people. And that’s what I like.

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backy26 said

This year made me realize that my way of doing things was wrong. When I switched to nearshoring, though, I found that it’s the way of the future. Nearshoring is very similar to offshoring, with the main difference being that the company has transferred a business process (or again the whole business) to a location within its own region. Here is another something About Nearshoring – I’d say it’s comparable to establishing a true business region, almost like a country of like-minded people. And that’s what I like.  

That’s true, nearshoring is a really good option if you want to get a high-quality product and not to pay loads of money. Read Cleveroad blog post to learn more about this type of software development.

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