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12-06-19, 01:10 PM
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Posted By beelzebob

One of the electrical boxes in room 2 that is not...

One of the electrical boxes in room 2 that is not working is normally feeding power to room 1. You have to find the last working box and the first non working box in room 2 because this is where your...
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Posted By aka pedro

First off, because I agree in its' importance,...

First off, because I agree in its' importance, I'm going to reiterate what PJMax said and tell you to identify breakers. It's going to take a bit of time, and is easier with a family member or friend...
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Posted By PJmax

Welcome to the forums. The number one...

Welcome to the forums.

The number one priority for a homeowner....... identify what circuit every receptacle, appliance and light is on...... right now. Not when there is a problem.

I get calls...
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Posted By cheese

I doubt it. Unless the engine is slowing way...

I doubt it. Unless the engine is slowing way down, there should be good pressure. It should run at about the same speed as your lawn mower. I still think something is going on with a check valve in...
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Posted By Marq1

Please, post a picture, I have never seen an...

Please, post a picture, I have never seen an exterior solid plywood deck, would like to see what exactly you have!
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Posted By aka pedro

I agree with Marq; OEM. That's been my typical...

I agree with Marq; OEM. That's been my typical modus operandi for brakes, and I typically have not had the problems that I hear or read others talk about. Just as Marq said, the OEM's spend a LOT of...
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Posted By marksr

Autozone sells Duralast brand. I've never had any...

Autozone sells Duralast brand. I've never had any issues with their brake parts and they stand behind their lifetime warranty [if it's a vehicle you intend to keep a long time]

IMO there isn't a...
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Posted By Marq1

Brake components, OEM. the amount of time they...

Brake components, OEM. the amount of time they put into the design and validation is nothing compared to aftermarket!

I know it cost more but have never, never had any issues that caused me to...
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Posted By aka pedro

I can't help you directly, except to remind you...

I can't help you directly, except to remind you that you might be dealing with Whitworth or other British threads, some of which are scarily close to U.S. or metric threads, but not the same, and...
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Posted By Pilot Dane

I've had to fabricate lines. Often it's quicker...

I've had to fabricate lines. Often it's quicker and cheaper than trying to locate old, obscure parts. You might need some tools like a tubing bender and flaring tool but some auto parts stores will...
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Posted By Viriliter_Agite

You may never find an off-the-shelf replacement....

You may never find an off-the-shelf replacement. I'll bet someone local could fabricate one though.
07-10-19, 05:40 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

I will be over there in the coming months. I'm...

I will be over there in the coming months. I'm not a tea person but I'll see if I can learn how they do it.
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