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03-20-17, 05:48 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

nope

i tried all the "tricks" mentioned and i can't get the white water marks off?
03-20-17, 08:01 AM
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Water Marks on glasses

just checking in again, everything seems to be working okay at least as far as I can tell. The salt has been going down and has always been higher than the water level in it.

However I do think...
02-11-17, 04:42 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

Hi there sorry I'm just getting back to you as...

Hi there sorry I'm just getting back to you as I've been out of town. Anyway, thanks for the explanation on the gallons indicator. I have not done a regeneration since making the last changes you...
02-08-17, 07:36 AM
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Posted By jessb_55

here's the dot

like you said the white dot was hiding behind the timer wheel. I've adjusted it to line up with 11, does everything look okay now?

Also what does the carrot or indicator mark on the dial mean, as...
02-07-17, 09:46 AM
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Posted By jessb_55

sticker

this sticker on the back of the control head made me very confused on the setting...
02-07-17, 09:43 AM
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Posted By jessb_55

look right

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Thanks Akpsdvan,

It's a mechanical and I've included pics hopefully showing the settings that you told me to set are correct.

Also could the fact that I had a few of the...
02-05-17, 05:16 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

Hi Akpsdvan, Thanks for the response, my...

Hi Akpsdvan,
Thanks for the response, my answers are below.

1)it's a 32,000 grain tank
2) 18 grains hardness according to the Culligan man that came out a few years back,
3) Resin is 1.0 cubic...
02-05-17, 10:05 AM
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Posted By jessb_55

Fleck 5600 Ecominder Salt Setting

Hello Everyone,
I noticed that my Fleck 5600 Ecominder softener doesn't seem to be quite softening as it should be and I'm beginning to wonder if the salt setting is set right.

Can anyone walk...
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Posted By jessb_55

solvent based primer

Marksr-
Thanks for the followup so are you referring an oil based primer when you say solvent based? Any brands better than others as I usually just use Menard's Zinsser's 123 primer but it doesn't...
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Posted By jessb_55

Thanks everyone

Thanks for the followup, I think you're on to something as the house was built in the 50's so I bet there is oil paint involved as well.

As far as the wallpaper involved I don't believe the...
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Paint coming off in sheets

So we are starting a kitchen remodel and I've pulled off some paneling, and trim and the when pulling the last piece of door trim off some paint started coming off with the trim. After removing the...
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Posted By jessb_55

oh ok

I didn't know if the fact that it wasn't rewinding all the way meant I didn't quite do something wrong being it wasn't retracting all the way especially since I actually reused the new pull cord...
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Posted By jessb_55

Well I got it running, hopefully not just temporary :)

So I was finally realized that I could to remove the rewind/recoil cover off and rewound the recoil by hand and bent the loop a bit to have it protrude out into the opening of the clear plastic cover...
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Posted By jessb_55

Stihl Trimmer Pull Cord Replacement

My Stihl FS40C is just over a year old and the pull rope snapped on me the othernight. I went to replace it yesterday and can't figure out for the life of me how to get the thing to rewind again....
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Posted By jessb_55

Advice on using an air compressor

So I Received a brand new Husky 3 gallon air compressor a few years back and finally took it out of the box today to use to blow out some air filters and the such. Following the directions for setup...
01-27-15, 06:09 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

:(

welp, just as expected, I confirmed the finished ceiling height in the basement and they are at 81.5 inches, 82 in the unfinished rooms up to the floor joists.
I'm so sad, I spent this money and...
01-27-15, 12:31 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

Thx for the heads up

Thx for the headsup but unfortunately now I feel sick as I already paid a company to install the 2k window this past summer so if my ceilings aren't high enough I'm screwed and I wasted a lot of...
01-25-15, 06:07 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

Not sure why two of my pics are sideways as the...

Not sure why two of my pics are sideways as the originals aren't! Where you see the tongue and groove that is the current bathroom.
01-25-15, 05:42 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

Basement layout advice?!?

So this summer I had some funds to finally add an egress window to my basement. Now i'm about to start framing it in for electrical and drywall. However I'm wondering if now would be the time to...
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Posted By jessb_55

thanks for the advice

One more question?: So is there a way to test the wood to know if it's dry enough?
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Posted By jessb_55

Exterior Trim Prep help

Hello Everyone-
Hoping someone can lend me some advice on what I did wrong the last two years when I've painted my trim as each spring I find spots of peeling and cracking paint.

My guess is...
06-26-14, 09:04 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

sorry it's

taken me so long to get back to you and to update my thread, but I was fortunate enough to come across quite a few of my window sills completely rotted while I was scrapping my windows to paint.

...
06-14-14, 08:50 PM
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Posted By jessb_55

Exterior Soffit repair help

hi there,
I'm a relatively new homeowner and haven't done a lot of exterior repair however times are tough and I could sure use saving money doing as much as possible myself to save some money.
...
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Posted By jessb_55

Best way to Touch up stained Wood

Recently bought a house and some of the word trim looks blotchy, it even looks like in some spots the previous owner tried to "touch up" the spots with stain however it didn't seem to penetrate in,...
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Posted By jessb_55

Checked both holes

I checked and recleaned both holes on the bowlnut and still no luck. any other ideas?

What are reasons that it woudl be starving for air?
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