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tongue and groove subfloor


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03-13-04, 08:59 PM   #1  
tongue and groove subfloor

In the process of laying down a subfloor using tongue and groove. On several of the pieces I have had a hard time getting them to lock in. There is about a .16" gap from the pieces being totally lock. Could this be a problem? I am using 23/32 tongue and groove, span is .16 oc, screwing and glueing.

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03-14-04, 05:28 AM   #2  
You sometimes have to use a hammer to persuade the T&G material to totally lock together. Use either a piece of 2"x4" or a scrap piece of the T&G as a buffer so you don't flatten out the groove where you're smacking it into place.

 
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