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    Does mmm stand for something on decks?

    I see some decks with mmm in the model name. Any idea what that means?
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    Quote Originally Posted by testerg View Post
    I see some decks with mmm in the model name. Any idea what that means?
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    Holy smoke, how simple. Thanks. A couple of times I thought it was a typo for millimeter abbreviation. I had no idea what they were measuring in millimeters but I couldn't figure mmm out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by testerg View Post
    Holy smoke, how simple. Thanks. A couple of times I thought it was a typo for millimeter abbreviation. I had no idea what they were measuring in millimeters but I couldn't figure mmm out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by testerg View Post
    Holy smoke, how simple. Thanks. A couple of times I thought it was a typo for millimeter abbreviation. I had no idea what they were measuring in millimeters but I couldn't figure mmm out.
    It took me about 2 month to figure out what TLB stood for.
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    I still don't know what the "D" stands for on a 60D deck.

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    I still don't know what the "D" stands for on a 60D deck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by testerg View Post
    Holy smoke, how simple. Thanks. A couple of times I thought it was a typo for millimeter abbreviation. I had no idea what they were measuring in millimeters but I couldn't figure mmm out.
    If you are reading posts on your pc, you can hover the cursor over an abbreviation and it will display what it stands for. Sometimes you will see some dots under the abbreviation which I guess lets you know the forum knows what it means. It's right most of the time. It does think pc means "parts catalog" instead of personal computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylh View Post
    It's right most of the time. It does think pc means "parts catalog" instead of personal computer.
    or politically correct

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    I'd believe it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylh View Post
    If you are reading posts on your pc, you can hover the cursor over an abbreviation and it will display what it stands for. Sometimes you will see some dots under the abbreviation which I guess lets you know the forum knows what it means. It's right most of the time. It does think pc means "parts catalog" instead of personal computer.
    And here I thought pc meant politically correct.

    OOPS I see testerg beat me to that one.

    Read everything before saying anything...
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