Alright, we’re getting close to the end gamehere. We’re wrapping this job up. The old unit’s tore out, the new unit’s in. We’ve got all our joints ordered. Now George, tell us a little bit about whatwe got going on her with these gauges. Well, we to make sure our leak, uh, solidjoints don’t have no leaks in em, uh, we put nitrogen on freon lines. We pressurize it up to 200lbs, we’ve had itsittin about 2 hours still at 200 so we know we’ve done the sauder joints don’t have anyleaks.This is also going to help absorb any moisturethat may be in the air since we had it open while we were doing our brazing joints. We put nitrogen through while we were brazing,but this just is, is a safety check to make sure we have no leaks. Get a little, uh, moisture that may be inthe lines to help dry it out before we hook the vacuum pump up. Nitrogen doesn’t hurt anything. It’s not gonna effect the ozone, it’s notgonna cause a fire or anything. We’re just gonna let it go and it don’t causeany harm to the system, don’t cause any harm to the atmosphere, the environment or anything,so. And we basically protected us and protectedthe homeowner.We’ve insured that number one, our six jointsthat we saudered aren’t leaking. That’s insurance, we know that our system’sright. We know number two that we know that we’vecleaned the system properly, that it’s been saudered and charged and the charge is gonnabe right. And number three is we get any extra moistureout of it. Is that correct? That’s right. Alright..