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Right you are...

John in NM
The point I was clumsily trying to make is that if a person does an independent test or two, and gets a value that varies some vs. the manufacturer's test numbers, there exist one of two possible explanations. First, it could be that the individual who did the testing screwed it up to some degree or another. Second, the "discovered" variation could be normal and within the expected range of values given a large sample size.

My opinion is that too much is made of an independent test that is assumed to vary significantly (and negatively) from various manufacturer's specifications.

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