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12-02-06, 12:47 PM
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Posted By PeterAL

Wood floor preparation for vinyl

I am going to lay a vinyl floor of some type in the bathroom. I took up the old lino, and my good wife and I spent a lot of time with a heat gun and scraper, getting the old adhesive off.

The...
10-24-06, 09:00 AM
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Views: 5,550
Posted By PeterAL

not round

It is a mercury T-stat, but not a round one.

When I open the front I see an adjustment which has printed on it "longer cycle" and graduations running from .15 to 1.0. Its currently set at .4.
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10-23-06, 09:23 PM
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Views: 5,550
Posted By PeterAL

yes B vent

I spoke to a local furnace and chimney supplier and he too specified B vent for this application.

The unti is

Siegler
Model MIII85WF-D
S/N 6169

Its made by a company in Orillia, Ontario,...
10-23-06, 05:12 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 5,550
Posted By PeterAL

Propane wall furnace vent and flue

I have an old propane wall furnace that has provided many years of reliable service and is currently exhausted into an old chimney.

I'm removing the chimney and wish to exhaust the combustion gas...
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Views: 2,433
Posted By PeterAL

from the outside

I don't know if this helps or not.

I bought a used Travel Trailer and discovered the four courners were pretty much rotten. I took it to an RV repair guy and he replaced all the studs and part of...
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Views: 1,314
Posted By PeterAL

try computer speakers

If the ourput is mono sound, through the headphone jack, you can probably plug in a set of computer speakers. I did that in my RV with a headphone extention cable and set up the computer speakers...
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Views: 1,360
Posted By PeterAL

In front of the axle

As mentioned above, definately mount it in front of the axle.

We've been trailering for years and when we stop and set up in a campsite, the back end of the trailer is the only place where drawers...
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Posted By PeterAL

Grounding wire for satellite wires

I just bought a length of coaxial wire to connect my satellite dish to my two receivers. Its a bonded wire with two co-ax cables and a third wire which I assume is meant as a ground wire.

Is this...
04-05-06, 03:30 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

where's it from?

The switch is sold by Leviton Manufacturing of Canada Ltd, their model number 5226/722.

I checked out their website and found a wiring diagram for that switch, but its more if a schematic. However...
04-04-06, 05:09 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

its wired right

Thanks Bob, for your concern

I certain its wired right.

I have at advantage of seeing the switch, and how its working, rather than trying to describe it to you.

And, once I realized that...
04-04-06, 02:42 PM
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Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

Stupid????

Gee Bob, and here I thought we were buddies!

First of all the instructions with the card ARE wrong. I'll scan them and send them to you, if you care.

Second, I was at no risk, because the...
04-04-06, 01:28 PM
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Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

The instructions are useless.

The little diagram shows FOUR terminals on the switch,

Ok, if I must connect the neutral wire, the only place it makes sense is to "B1". That will give me source hot wire to common which feeds...
04-04-06, 01:12 PM
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Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

the load

Does the load have to be enabled for the pilot to go on?
04-04-06, 01:10 PM
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Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

I know

I connected one black to the Common and one to the A1.... one on each side of the switch... then the switch works but the light doesn't light.

That's the only way the switch will work.

If I put...
04-04-06, 12:54 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 2,789
Posted By PeterAL

Pilot Light switch

I've installed plenty of switches, but this has me stumped. Maybe I'm getting old.

I have a 110V line that feeds an electric water heater in my RV. The line is wired in to the panel correctly and...
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Views: 1,804
Posted By PeterAL

oil based primer under latex?

Perhaps a silly question ,but I recently bought a gallon of primer and realized after I opened it, that it was oil based. I selected it because it was a good primer which meets my needs, but I...
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