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kristopher Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-30-09 05:36 PM
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4. Yes that's the way it worked with my car and TV also.
Edited on Thu Apr-30-09 05:37 PM by kristopher
The car was no longer able to perform once the 3 year warranty expired and the TV quit working the day after its 1 year warranty expired.

NREL and DOE both use 30 years as a "safe" longevity number to calculate the energy payback of PV panels. There is no reason I've heard of that they can't perform beyond 40 years.
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