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Posted By XSleeper

Besides not being insulated and the underside not...

Besides not being insulated and the underside not being insect or rodent proof, you have the likely issue of nonexistant footings, its not likely that it was permited or inspected, as most places...
01-17-21, 08:12 AM
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Posted By Astuff

First you need to go with the outer letters as...

First you need to go with the outer letters as you have a heat pump.
The old thermostat had a B for the blue wire. This would be C on the new thermostat.
The black would go to E with a jumper to...
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Posted By RocketJSquirrel

I order parts from WCP Distributing. Plug your...

I order parts from WCP Distributing. Plug your model number into the search box. I got results for both 601R and 601F.

https://www.wcpdistributing.com/distributor/partssearch.asp
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Posted By rstripe

It appears that the little middle piece on the...

It appears that the little middle piece on the main latch (the "anti-friction" trigger) is plastic, and if so I think you've got an Emhart lockset, that was sold from about the late 70's thru the...
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Posted By Grady

The 8184 (grey box) is a basic oil burner primary...

The 8184 (grey box) is a basic oil burner primary with no adjustments or display. The 7284 is a modern control which wil allow you to set the safety timing (most people use 15 seconds). It also...
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Posted By spott

Z, Williamson /Thermoflo is a diffent company...

Z,
Williamson /Thermoflo is a diffent company but owned by WM. You can google this and find out everything there is about it.

About the boiler installation. I cannot see the size or all of...
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Posted By Zorfdt

With a fixture like that, and an open ceiling, I...

With a fixture like that, and an open ceiling, I would just run the NM cable directly into the fixture through the knockout hole and using romex clamps. Then just screw the fixture to the joists for...
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Posted By MrRonFL

The 1550 is a fairly early design, and is pretty...

The 1550 is a fairly early design, and is pretty simple, compared with current systems. That's as much as you can expect from this model.
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Posted By beelzebob

Led lamps that have the power supply built into...

Led lamps that have the power supply built into the base of the lamp generate a lot of heat. There are no vents for the heat to escape. Some components in the power supply are heat sensitive. My...
12-08-20, 03:22 PM
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Posted By 2john02458

Lutron Caseta works with LEDs.

Lutron Caseta works with LEDs.
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Posted By MrRonFL

The programming for the additional PGMs is part...

The programming for the additional PGMs is part of the main PC1864 configuration. The one curveball, is that the first output needs a dummy resistor load if it's not used, because it's supervised by...
12-03-20, 03:39 PM
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Posted By user 10

Where is the water leaking? It could be something...

Where is the water leaking? It could be something minor.

If it's at the back of the blower compartment, probably the heat exchanger.
The blower assembly can be pulled to see if it has rusted...
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Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, looks like you are stuck with that one WM has...

Hi, looks like you are stuck with that one WM has had lots of problems with that whole unit, even a class action law suit, maybe you should contact them.
Geo 🇺🇸
11-29-20, 09:29 AM
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Posted By joed

Unless the split receptacle is in the same box as...

Unless the split receptacle is in the same box as the GFCI you can't do it without more cable. You can swap out the combo you have but you can not GFCI protect the other receptacle.
You need hot and...
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Posted By MrRonFL

Kidde makes a model that will do what you want. ...

Kidde makes a model that will do what you want. Not cheap, but they are listed:

https://www.kidde.com/home-safety/en/us/products/fire-safety/combination-smoke-co-alarms/p4010acsco-w/
11-15-20, 01:11 PM
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Posted By lambition

Are they proposing to run new cable all the way? ...

Are they proposing to run new cable all the way?

I don't see any reason to cut side walk.. Hardest and possibly most expensive part of the job is having power company cut power and reconnect....
11-15-20, 12:49 PM
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Posted By user 10

You have to verify that the gas valve is getting...

You have to verify that the gas valve is getting power when there's a failure - monitor voltage there and cycle it several times.

Some goodmans have a second pressure switch wired in series with...
Forum: Water Heaters
11-11-20, 02:54 PM
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Posted By ferd42

You might also consider buying a 6 or 10 gallon...

You might also consider buying a 6 or 10 gallon 1,500W 120V electric water heater (20A circuit req'd), connecting its CW inlet to the existing HW, setting for 140F and putting it on a time clock set...
11-10-20, 05:46 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

It's for safety. The old, higher powered heaters...

It's for safety. The old, higher powered heaters got much warmer and posed a fire threat and were a constant threat to curtains and were great for melting toys. The older heaters really did require...
11-06-20, 05:38 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Structural changes, such as the remodeling you...

Structural changes, such as the remodeling you are doing, typically require the input of a structural engineer in order to get permits, and the work is inpected along the way to ensure it is done...
11-05-20, 04:29 PM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Avoid acids, including muriatic/hydrochloric,...

Avoid acids, including muriatic/hydrochloric, without testing first. Slate is a sedimentary stone that usually contains a lot of stuff, some of which can be dissolved/attacked by acids. Acid...
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Posted By ferd42

Does your fan have an integral damper? Does the...

Does your fan have an integral damper? Does the termination have one?...
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Posted By Andrew

That is in fact a Broan/Nutone fan. Extremely...

That is in fact a Broan/Nutone fan. Extremely common fan and housing. There is an upgrade kit (QK60) which ups the CFM to 60, while reducing noise. I think it's around 35-40 bucks. You can also fit a...
10-27-20, 08:02 PM
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Posted By user 10

That's the exhaust off the inducer, not the air...

That's the exhaust off the inducer, not the air intake.

You can try undoing the clamps and re-seating the pipe.

That furnace looks like it's near or greater than 30 years old and the likelyhood...
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Boy have things changed. When I was young there...

Boy have things changed. When I was young there was no running or horseplay anywhere near the TV and throwing anything inside the house would make sitting down painful.
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