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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    You can use a long hot air hose. Crank up the heater and blow hot air at the window to melt it all.
    Yeah, by the time the hot air was around an inch from the end of the hose it would be spread all over the place and at ambient temperature. Remember the boiling water to snow video?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrad Fischroy
    Yeah, by the time the hot air was around an inch from the end of the hose it would be spread all over the place and at ambient temperature. Remember the boiling water to snow video?
    There seems to be plenty of hot air here on the forum. I am sure we could help.
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