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It's rather strange - I don't know if anyone else has experienced this. I find that when I leave my RPC left switched on for a day or so in my bedroom, when I come back to it, the room is freezing cold! Somehow, my RPC works like an air conditioning unit for my room - very handy in the summer I suppose!

Can anyone explain this?

 is a RISC OS UserSmiler on 31/7/05 11:42AM
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