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Posted By manden

My personal choice is the powder. It may be the...

My personal choice is the powder. It may be the old fashioned and probably the lowest profit margin for the manufacturer but does the best job with the fewest problems.
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Posted By manden

The following may be useful to you. ...

The following may be useful to you.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzIiBNwRIV4NMjE3Znk3SDMwSmc/view
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Posted By manden

Yes they can go bad. Sounds like you have...

Yes they can go bad.

Sounds like you have tried everything so I would replace it.
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Posted By manden

Looks like they are just starting to lay down the...

Looks like they are just starting to lay down the decking so if they mess up the first coarse all the rest of the decking will be off. Much better to fix it now then have to pull it all later because...
08-16-20, 07:26 AM
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Posted By manden

The following may help. Look at Page 2 Section...

The following may help.
Look at Page 2 Section 3
https://usermanual.wiki/Document/33CS12SI.1965567358.pdf
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Posted By manden

Sounds like a sealed system problem re: low...

Sounds like a sealed system problem re: low freon.

Probably not worth fixing.

Was this unit tipped on it's side or back when transporting it?
If yes did you leave it for 24 hours before...
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Posted By manden

You do not see any evidence of mold in the attic...

You do not see any evidence of mold in the attic so I would leave well enough alone.
Perhaps just add a couple/few roof vents.

Once blown in insulation is compressed it can be difficult if not...
08-10-20, 06:01 AM
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Posted By manden

Readily available colours are white and...

Readily available colours are white and ivory/almond.
Also a wood grain/maple which is close to the colour of the cabinet sides and floor.

Yours looks like almond to me.
Take a piece of it with...
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Posted By manden

Another reason for an inside patch is so you can...

Another reason for an inside patch is so you can check the side walls for any damage.
08-08-20, 03:37 PM
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Posted By manden

Since it free floating click plank I would just...

Since it free floating click plank I would just remove the tiles and then cover the floor with paper.
Something like freezer paper should do the job.
You just do not want the planks sticking to the...
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Posted By manden

Sanding: I doubt this would ultimately destroy a...

Sanding: I doubt this would ultimately destroy a deck but I never sand before staining unless there are slivers etc. that have to be soothed out.
Pressure treated wood: Not sure what staining and...
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Posted By manden

Below is a link to the tech sheet. I think it...

Below is a link to the tech sheet.
I think it is the correct one
https://pdfhost.io/v/FOiBBBP0i_Tech_Sheet_W10350140.pdf
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Posted By manden

Sounds like you have something growing in there. ...

Sounds like you have something growing in there.

Try Affresh as PJmax suggested.

Also what type of detergent are you using?
I recommend you use the powdered type.
07-27-20, 10:59 AM
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Posted By manden

Just Google "1 inch paint scraper" Or you could...

Just Google "1 inch paint scraper"
Or you could use paint stripper and a 1 inch putty knife which may be more readily available.
07-23-20, 02:47 PM
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Posted By manden

Hard to say. Is this just the pipe or does...

Hard to say.

Is this just the pipe or does it connect to something else in the wall.

If just the pipe then you may be able to abandon it and just run new PVC up from the basement.
I would do...
07-18-20, 09:59 AM
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Posted By manden

Vapor barrier should only be on the heated side...

Vapor barrier should only be on the heated side of the wall.
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Posted By manden

Also IMO WD-40 is useless for this. Get...

Also IMO WD-40 is useless for this.
Get yourself some Liquid Wrench.
Lets it soak in for at least 4 hours.
Also a good idea to re-wet it every hour or so.
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Posted By manden

Following is a service manual. It does show how...

Following is a service manual.
It does show how to check the start device with a meter.
Note the check can tell you if it is bad but does not tell you that it is good....
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Posted By manden

Quote: It is the fault of the clog which...

Quote:
It is the fault of the clog which unfortunately falls on you.
I also do not understand the point I was trying to make but it must have been important.

I do believe that he is probably due...
07-02-20, 07:42 AM
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Posted By manden

Is that your hose on on side and your garage on...

Is that your hose on on side and your garage on the other?

If yes then you could go with the square pipe.
Not sure how solid your current pipe is anchored ant the bottom but you could brace it...
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Posted By manden

It does sound like the compressor is running so...

It does sound like the compressor is running so the PTC is probably OK.
But just because the compressor runs it does not mean that the sealed system is OK.

It is only 9 months old so should be...
06-25-20, 04:29 AM
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Posted By manden

Just Google "choux pastry"

Just Google "choux pastry"
06-12-20, 08:00 AM
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Posted By manden

Drill through the door and use a couple bolts. ...

Drill through the door and use a couple bolts.
Use a couple decent sized washers on the inside of the door.
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Posted By manden

I would try some Liquid Wrench on it. Let it...

I would try some Liquid Wrench on it.
Let it soak in for a couple hours or overnight.
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Posted By manden

You are making it way too hard for yourself, ...

You are making it way too hard for yourself,

First get some flat steel and just run beads till you you can do that and get a nice even bead.
Looks like you are trying to fill in a gap until you...
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