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"Zero maintenance" is a pretty darn repulsive term. I mean, zero maintenance usually means "non-serviceable". What am I supposed to do with this product in 15 years? Replace it?

I don't want anything that thinks it's better than time. I want to have the option to provide maintenance when it's needed.

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