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Broken truck? Just add water.

So you know that truck, pulled over on the side of the highway, followed by three emergency triangles, and smoke billowing out from the engine compartment? 949 more words


Coolant leaking? Let us diagnose it

If you suspect issue with your vehicle coolant/antifreeze or your car is over heating we recommend to have your vehicle diagnose as soon as possible by West Highlands Auto Repair.   118 more words

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Bornt and Sons

Thank you to Bornt and Sons for trusting Direct Truck and Auto Repair to fix the coolant leak in the air compressor.
These are our great mechanics that worked on this truck.


Update on Peach Bottom feedwater issue: NRC approves increase in maximum power after next refueling outage

The NRC’s timing couldn’t be worse.

As I told you earlier today, the Peach Bottom nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania reported that the Emergency Service Water system that provides cooling water in the event of an accident was inoperable. 173 more words

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Event Report: Peach Bottom gets NRC approval to continue operating, despite leak in safety system

The Peach Bottom nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania reported that both trains of the Emergency Service Water (ESW) system were inoperable “due to a pin-hole, through wall piping leak.” The leak was discovered Saturday afternoon, and affects the safety of both reactors at the site. 243 more words

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The car runs!

The engine fired for the first time yesterday… whoohoo!

Unfortunately, while it runs very well, it also is good at spitting coolant out the exhaust, which is less than good. 152 more words


Duke Energy admits that plant operators "didn't take all possible precautions" to prevent leak that shut down South Carolina nuke

South Carolina’s Morning News Online reported today:

Site operators didn’t take all possible precautions to prevent a radioactive water leak that led to shutdown of a South Carolina nuclear reactor, officials with Duke Energy said Thursday, also saying they’d learn from their mistakes. 198 more words

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