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08/20/2010 8:19 AM

Sir pls give me ITP ,Field quality plan & QAP Formats for electrical

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08/20/2010 8:22 AM

Please use this and rewrite your question.

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08/20/2010 8:46 AM

Talk sense, we can't understand gibberish!

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08/20/2010 9:52 AM

What's gibberish about my asking the OP to explain himself more clearly?

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08/20/2010 10:30 AM

I was referring to our Guest NOT YOU!

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08/20/2010 9:59 PM

This is just a case of accidentally replying to an individual post rather than to the whole thread. (Two different reply buttons.)

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08/21/2010 4:04 PM

Thank you for clearing that up, you really are a great asset for this site. Did you ever think about working for the UN in a peace keeping capacity? Very very clever response and quite accurate and you probably figured it out all by yourself.

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08/21/2010 8:42 PM

Thank you. I love sarcasm, if it is good.

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08/22/2010 4:08 AM

I'm getting the hang of this reply to post / thread now :-)

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08/22/2010 4:18 AM

Wonder what the maximum score is for "off topic"?

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08/22/2010 1:24 PM

To date, 20,000 (I think), but it took a prankish Admin to do it.

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08/22/2010 5:45 PM

Think we'll get bored by then......................

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08/22/2010 5:48 PM

Pitty we couldn't vote off topic for the original post :-)

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08/20/2010 11:11 PM

No.

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08/21/2010 4:30 AM

YES!

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08/21/2010 5:25 AM

Your right Tornado I hit the wrong button

It galls me though when questions are asked by "Guest" that are total giberish.

What does "Sir pls give me ITP ,Field quality plan & QAP Formats for electrical" mean.

Answers on a post card please to.........

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08/23/2010 9:39 AM

No harm, No foul Tony.

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08/21/2010 10:15 AM

See following link for ITP:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idiopathic_thrombocytopenic_purpura

Not sure this is exactly what you are referring to, but neither are you. My wife had this many years ago, and her tongue swelled to quite a large size. Might explain your gibberish, though. Also, this is not necessarily an electrical issue but some members may get a charge out of it.

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08/21/2010 1:36 PM

HeHe,

Good responce Qwack :-)

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08/30/2010 10:49 PM

For those who are not so bright & like to add in many off topic suggestions about gibberish I suggest you read the question again but with a little more intelligence.

ITP = Inspection & Test Plan

QAP = Quality Assurance Plan

If you care to Google inspection & Test plans you will find many examples & templates that may do the job for you along with the quality plans.

Obvious when it is explained or obviuos that some among us don't use ITP's or QAP's - you won't get any of my work.

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