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2x6s or 2x8s..?

I'm in the process of building a "covered" deck off my Master Bedroom, and directly to the right (north) of the deck is my pool. A French Door opens onto the deck from the Master Bedroom, and the...
06-01-18, 11:01 AM
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Okay, wrong terminology again, but the plan has...

Okay, wrong terminology again, but the plan has changed.

The ceiling access panel to what we can euphemistically call my attic is right next to the bathroom door, so I took a look up there and saw...
06-01-18, 08:55 AM
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Why not? All I need to do is wire it in series ...

Why not? All I need to do is wire it in series with the light.
06-01-18, 08:45 AM
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Posted By NyteOwl

Everyone is correct but me; I've been using wrong...

Everyone is correct but me; I've been using wrong terminology.

No hot or neutral screw on switches, but there are brass and silver screws and the neutral wires do not get connected to switches,...
06-01-18, 07:25 AM
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Posted By NyteOwl

Thanks for all the replies, but evidently I...

Thanks for all the replies, but evidently I confused some of you. My apologies for that, and allow me to clarify:

I thought what I wrote indicated there are two cables. The first one (let's call...
05-31-18, 03:10 PM
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Posted By NyteOwl

How do I wire this switch..?

Okay, I was stupid and didn't take a picture of the existing switch wiring before disconnecting it, but am 99% certain I remember what it looked like.

I'm installing a new LED vanity light and...
12-23-16, 02:54 PM
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Posted By NyteOwl

Conversely, you might be able to cut the nails...

Conversely, you might be able to cut the nails with an oscillating cutting tool.
12-23-16, 02:38 PM
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I once experienced something similar and my water...

I once experienced something similar and my water heater was the culprit.

If your water heater is electric with a small leak that's been growing over time, you would constantly be heating water...
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Thanks for the reply, Paul. I've already...

Thanks for the reply, Paul.

I've already looked into mud-jacking and it's simply too expensive an option to consider.

To clarify, the gap is not in the floor itself, but between the floor and...
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Questions about leveling a floor

I live in South Florida and wanted to get Impact Windows installed, but the front of my house (built circa 1958) was settling so I had to address that issue first. House is stucco covered concrete...
10-12-12, 06:53 AM
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My bad on the bogus numbers... I am in the...

My bad on the bogus numbers...

I am in the US, and according to the Owner's Manuals, the existing electric cook top, a Kenmore Elite, is connected to a "...3-wire, 120/240V power supply; the...
10-11-12, 09:56 AM
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Posted By NyteOwl

220 step down to 110

I want to replace my existing electric cook top with a gas cook top, but need a 110-volt electrical source for the new cook top's igniters.

I would like to avoid re-wiring the 220-volt receptacle,...
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I suspect the additonal weight of water in the...

I suspect the additonal weight of water in the hose might affect the reel's performance.
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I'm sorry, but if the printer shows up in the...

I'm sorry, but if the printer shows up in the control panel as being on-line and ready, as stated in my original post, does that not mean the computer sees it? I mean, if the laptop didn't see the...
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Posted By NyteOwl

If the network isn't seeing the printer my second...

If the network isn't seeing the printer my second laptop, the one running XP, would also not function, but as mentioned previously, I have no issues printing from that machine.
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Having already done that, more than once, what...

Having already done that, more than once, what would be your second suggestion?
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It's the 32-bit version. I went to the Brother...

It's the 32-bit version. I went to the Brother web site, which says this model is Win7 compatible, and downloaded what they said was the correct driver. Also contacted them via email, but the...
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Brother MFC-490cw not working with Windows 7

I use an HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop as my primary computer at home with a Linksys WRT54g wireless router. I had been using a Brother All-In-One (model MFC-490cw) wireless printer, but I have not been...
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