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Posted By lubriderm

Recommend a miter saw.

I'm looking to buy a miter saw and want one that is capable of essentially handling anything I'll throw at it.

I dont want to buy a "basic" saw now only to upgrade in a couple of years.

One...
11-26-19, 02:02 AM
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Posted By lubriderm

Gotcha, so kind of like what he did in the video...

Gotcha, so kind of like what he did in the video but instead of the wood just being a back stop, I would actually screw the drywall into it.

Unlike the video, the 1xs or plywood wouldnt be...
11-26-19, 01:55 AM
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Posted By lubriderm

Are you referring to cutting the drywall (to the...

Are you referring to cutting the drywall (to the left and right) without cutting the vent until I can expose the studs?




The new vent is much more compact so the bottom half of this existing...
11-25-19, 12:16 PM
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Posted By lubriderm

How to fix patch this hole.

<img src="https://i.imgur.com/L9BjsJk.jpg" width="1080" height="608"/>

<img src="https://i.imgur.com/KqUfCBG.jpg" width="1080" height="608"/>

I need to install an under cabinet hood.
...
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Posted By lubriderm

I'm also being told that I cant pour a concrete...

I'm also being told that I cant pour a concrete pad on top of already existing concrete because it will have no room to expand.

Can someone confirm?
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Posted By lubriderm

I believe the bottom of the pad looks like this,...

I believe the bottom of the pad looks like this, not sure if this will present a problem for the mortar.

<img src="https://i.imgur.com/Ia4MdH7.jpg" width="500" height="500"/>
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Posted By lubriderm

The concrete has a slight slope to it. If...

The concrete has a slight slope to it.

If the end of the pad is shimmed, I'm thinking that the middle might sag.
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Posted By lubriderm

Its an upright Roth oil tank. I want the...

Its an upright Roth oil tank.

I want the pad to ensure that the tank is clear of any standing water that sometimes accumulates after heavy rain.
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Posted By lubriderm

Can I shim a synthetic pad?

https://www.grainger.com/product/DIVERSITECH-Pad-4E873?searchBar=true&searchQuery=4e873

Its going to sit on poured concrete which has a bit of a slope.

Think this could be shimmed properly so...
10-18-17, 04:31 PM
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Posted By lubriderm

Ok, so I thought it was weird that both the...

Ok, so I thought it was weird that both the outlet and my computer's power supply sh*t the bed at the same time.

So I kind of thought that it may just be the outlet thats fried.

Got a new...
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Posted By lubriderm

Its difficult to get up there because its...

Its difficult to get up there because its basically a hole in the ceiling which opens up to the interior of the roof, theres no real crawl space if that makes sense.

But youre saying I need to try...
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Posted By lubriderm

Help me identify the source of my roof leak.

I was told that it was the flashing around the chimney, so he re-did it.

Come to find out, the ceiling is still getting moist.

<img src="https://i.imgur.com/pUG2Oxs.jpg" width="3456"...
09-21-17, 02:37 AM
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Posted By lubriderm

^ Actually, there are 4 outlets which run to...

^
Actually, there are 4 outlets which run to that single breaker. I forgot about the other 2.

But nothing was plugged into them. So the breaker is still tripping despite nothing being plugged...
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Posted By lubriderm

"Preventive maintenance" on a Husqvarna 125B leaf blower?

I really like this leaf blower.

It runs fine now but I would like to ensure that it continues to run smoothly.

I was planning on replacing the spark plug, carburetor, air filter and fuel...
09-20-17, 08:22 PM
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Posted By lubriderm

So, this breaker is responsible for 2 outlets. ...

So, this breaker is responsible for 2 outlets. Currently, nothing is plugged into these outlets, yet the breaker will still flip back to the off position.

Is the "circuit" a "loop" between the...
09-20-17, 08:14 PM
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Posted By lubriderm

When I removed the panel cover, my first thought...

When I removed the panel cover, my first thought was holy sh*t.

There are wires all over the place.

You mentioned as soon as I can afford to do so.

Based on all your recommendations,...
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Posted By lubriderm

Based on the symptoms (of the relay clicking and...

Based on the symptoms (of the relay clicking and cluster lights slightly dimming), do you still feel that its most likely the motor?

Or is there a possibility that it may also be a problem with...
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Posted By lubriderm

I followed your instructions. Slammed the...

I followed your instructions.

Slammed the living hell our of this door... nothing. :(
09-16-17, 03:07 PM
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Posted By lubriderm

By all means, state the obvious! I will try...

By all means, state the obvious!

I will try and reset the breaker as you suggested but I did notice this: when I did try to turn the breaker on (did it twice), it would flip off while producing a...
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Posted By lubriderm

Window stopped working in my 02 Windstar.

When I push the button to try and open the driver's side window, it doesnt work.

Instead, I simply hear a clicking noise coming from under the dash.

I also noticed that when I depress the...
09-15-17, 01:50 AM
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Posted By lubriderm

Right right, so I should flip (turn off) the...

Right right, so I should flip (turn off) the green breaker before I remove the wire?

Please, dont hesitate to mention the obvious!

I'm a complete noob.
09-15-17, 01:30 AM
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Views: 8,018
Posted By lubriderm

So I'm just disconnecting the black wire to the...

So I'm just disconnecting the black wire to the right of the breaker, correct?

Not sure if its clear, but its the blue colored breaker on the right, 2nd from the top.
09-15-17, 01:24 AM
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Posted By lubriderm

We're not able to edit posts, correct? I...

We're not able to edit posts, correct?

I wanted to add a pic of the breakers:

<img src="https://i.imgur.com/fbMQQol.jpg" width="2160" height="3840"/>
09-14-17, 10:15 PM
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Posted By lubriderm

Breaker keeps tripping even after unplugging all appliances.

So a bunch of stuff loses power: computer, phone, monitor, modem, printer etc., all from the same outlet.

I've had this configuration for many years without a problem.

When I try to...
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