Sounds good but very unlikely from any heat damage. The S/36 like all IBM systems other than pc's has "high heat" protection and will shut down before any damage occurs. Any heat high enough to damage the S/36 would have destroyed most plastic objects and curled the flooring. The only thing that will "fry" a system is the dreaded direct "lightning strike" on a building with the system not protected by decent UPS system. Mail List wrote: > > OTOH, I know of a place that left their new S/36 on just over the weekend > with no a/c (no special a/c for the "computer" room, and the building a/c > shutdown normally on Friday night) and it was fried when they arrived Monday > a.m.
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