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06-26-20, 11:24 AM
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Posted By Davejb

The tool is for the condenser outside, have a few...

The tool is for the condenser outside, have a few areas that need straightening.
06-26-20, 06:27 AM
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Posted By Davejb

I'm going to Lowes today to get some of that...

I'm going to Lowes today to get some of that foaming cleaner and a fin tool, will pick up some tape as well, thank you both for the replies!
06-25-20, 06:50 PM
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Posted By Davejb

Locating my A/C "A" coil

So I fixed a short in the low voltage line running out to the condenser a couple weeks ago with some help on here.AC worked well for the good number of days we were at 85-90 but noticed a couple days...
06-12-20, 03:56 PM
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Posted By Davejb

I figured, I really appreciate your input!

I figured, I really appreciate your input!
06-12-20, 03:52 PM
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Views: 215
Posted By Davejb

Thanks again Bob, see my post not long before...

Thanks again Bob, see my post not long before your last one, it's working again.
06-12-20, 03:42 PM
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Posted By Davejb

So I was sitting eating dinner and had a face...

So I was sitting eating dinner and had a face palm moment. Along with pulling the outside breaker I also shut of the AC breakers in the panel and... forgot to turn them back on :Mad:

AC is up and...
06-12-20, 03:12 PM
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Views: 215
Posted By Davejb

You were spot on Bob, found a section of the LV...

You were spot on Bob, found a section of the LV wire that comes from the furnace board to the condenser outside that was missing some insulation. I separated the 2 wires and checked with a Vohm, then...
06-12-20, 01:38 PM
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Views: 215
Posted By Davejb

Mobile home AC not working

We have a 2004 Skyline, just trying to figure out if it's a simple fix or do I need a pro. The AC worked fine last year, oil heat still works and fan works, but when the call is made for AC the...
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Views: 293
Posted By Davejb

I think this is going to be the easiest/best...

I think this is going to be the easiest/best option.



The ceiling is slightly angled, but where the fan will be is 88 inches.
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Views: 293
Posted By Davejb

I was under the impression that you shouldn't use...

I was under the impression that you shouldn't use plastic for a ceiling fan?
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Views: 293
Posted By Davejb

That box isn't deep enough, it's 2 3/4 inches...

That box isn't deep enough, it's 2 3/4 inches from the brace I need to screw to and the ceiling drywall, I can't find a box that deep, closest was 2.5 inch.
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Views: 293
Posted By Davejb

Ceiling fan in mobile home

Home is a 2004 Skyline, I'm trying to mount a ceiling fan in the master bedroom, there is currently a light fixture in the ceiling so easy peasy I thought. Nope, the box is plastic (no surprise...
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Views: 422
Posted By Davejb

Good possibility that's just an advert, try...

Good possibility that's just an advert, try installing an add blocker addon in your web browser.
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Views: 370
Posted By Davejb

^^^ What are you actually trying to accomplish?...

^^^
What are you actually trying to accomplish? You don't use wires to connect wireless devices or their antennas.
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Views: 310
Posted By Davejb

Odd Freezer Problem

Well, not so much the freezer as something that goes in it. We upgraded appliance over the summer and went with a GE GIE21GMLES for the fridge. For some reason ice cream always goes soft. The ice...
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Views: 724
Posted By Davejb

To expand on the above, also never use anything...

To expand on the above, also never use anything other than 1, 6, or 11 due to channel overlap, pick the best one (least used and/or lowest signal strength in your area) of the 3.
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Views: 239
Posted By Davejb

What about the modem? First thing I'd try is...

What about the modem? First thing I'd try is hardwiring a computer direct to the modem and see what happens.
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Posted By Davejb

What do you have for a modem/router?

What do you have for a modem/router?
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Posted By Davejb

Not entirely sure this is correct but I think...

Not entirely sure this is correct but I think that was made by MTD, this might be the manual, has a parts list.
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Posted By Davejb

How are you doing your speed tests? You need to...

How are you doing your speed tests? You need to use ethernet from the gateway to your laptop for accurate results and the laptop has to have a GB ethernet adapter. If your testing while connected to...
09-03-19, 05:45 PM
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Views: 598
Posted By Davejb

Nope, makes no sense, why would you call...

Nope, makes no sense, why would you call something with 4 points a 3 point?
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Views: 1,000
Posted By Davejb

So after all my planning and gathering of...

So after all my planning and gathering of everything I thought I'd need, today was appliance day. Replaced the microwave first, then the range. Got the old fridge emptied and pulled it out and what...
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Views: 1,000
Posted By Davejb

That seems like it's gonna be my only option,...

That seems like it's gonna be my only option, thanks Pete!
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Views: 1,000
Posted By Davejb

Yeah, but I'm getting a wall mount that uses...

Yeah, but I'm getting a wall mount that uses replaceable cartridges and don't want to have to keep disconnecting the line to flush a new filter.
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Views: 1,000
Posted By Davejb

Ok, so I'm going with Pete's suggestion of the...

Ok, so I'm going with Pete's suggestion of the sharkbite valve, also have the inline filter to mount to the wall behind the fridge or under the sink (haven't decided yet).

I have discovered I'm...
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