Sven Luther wrote: > You are aware that due to the high heat we had in france this early > summer, lot of train going to the south of france did blew a fuse or > something because of the climatisation or something such, and thus where > delayed various hours (until the time became cooler, the climatisation > used less current and thus the whole train could go forward or something > such). So maybe the use of a lot of power for notebooks, some using > quite hot processors, could in addition to the climatisation problem be > a problem. If you end up in southern France on your way from Karlsruhe to Vienna then the problem is not the air conditioning of the train. Seriously: They do have air conditioning problems with the ICE3 (e.g. Cologne-Frankfurt), but I'd surely think they'll sort them out by 2005. Cheers T.
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