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Wifi 6 mesh

That makes sense. I do think I'm going with the eero. This is more a psychological "why not get the latest" instead of a logical "what do I really need" thing for me.

To your point, 1 gig will...
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Wifi 6 mesh

Netgear orbi rbk853 (3 units) or new Eero pro 6 mesh system with 3 units? About 5500 total square feet, 3 floors including finished basement.

I have gig speed internet (as of today). Eero is...
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This is in line with what I believe he was saying...

This is in line with what I believe he was saying about the Zoeller. Good pump, but apparently a somewhat known thing that the built-in switch can lead to the short cycling. Mine will run about 5...
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You guys are awesome, thanks for the helpful...

You guys are awesome, thanks for the helpful replies.

The guy that did the work on my backup sump said he wouldn't touch a Zoeller cause of the finicky float (he's recommending a BW cast iron with...
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It really only runs that often after a more...

It really only runs that often after a more sustained rain storm. Still need to reset?

Thank you for the advice!
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Picture snapshot from my monitoring app pump spy

Just to illustrate a snapshot into how hard it's working. Been raining heavily the last couple days. I live in the Chicagoland area

Picture didn't work, sorry can't see where to delete on my...
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Zoeller vs Basement Watchdog

Replacing a zoeller 1/2hp primary pump. Hasn't failed, but it's 7 years old and I'm trying to be proactive, runs fine as far as I can tell, but during heavy rains, it runs every 20-30 seconds.

I...
01-12-20, 08:52 AM
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Got it. Thank you so much for your help

Got it. Thank you so much for your help
01-10-20, 10:17 PM
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Posted By ddeshpan

Would this one work?

This one claims both circuits can be independent... Given my setup, do you feel this one would be better?

https://www.amazon.com/Lutron-MS-A202-WH-Occupancy-required-Single-Pole/dp/B00TNI5V2M

I...
01-10-20, 03:01 PM
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Posted By ddeshpan

Picture for reference

Picture attached. The "top" is labeled for controlling the vanity and the switch says +LINE (as does the bottom). The "bottom" is labeled for controlling the exhaust fan/light combo.

1) Assuming...
01-08-20, 10:14 AM
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Stacked switch with motion sense on one of the switches

Hi,

I have a basement bathroom with access from a hallway as well as an attached bedroom. When our contractor finished this, they only put one location for the switches in there (I should have...
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Just wanted to say thanks for all the help here. ...

Just wanted to say thanks for all the help here. I was too impatient to wait on Moen, so I just bought the part from Amazon. It was actually relatively easy to switch out and now the drip is gone! ...
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Basic question re: Moen bathroom faucets

Hi - I'm not very handy at all, disclaimer!

I have a Moen Brantford wide set bathroom faucet (just over 5 years old if that matters). My faucet is dripping even when off. I did some basic google...
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Hollow spots under concrete

My house was built just under 5 years ago (late 2013) in the Chicagoland area. This was just before that crazy cold winter we had (if that's relevant). About 2 years after I moved in, I had a 25' x...
07-16-18, 09:52 AM
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Got it. I'll call someone to take a look. Thank...

Got it. I'll call someone to take a look. Thank you both very much
07-16-18, 08:50 AM
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Posted By ddeshpan

I did speak to the siding guy this morning. He...

I did speak to the siding guy this morning. He said it's absolutely fine. What they do is use nailers cause they don't want to take the wall too low, so they use treated lumber. He said we'd never...
07-16-18, 08:00 AM
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Posted By ddeshpan

Thank you both for the help. Truly appreciated.

Thank you both for the help. Truly appreciated.
07-16-18, 07:02 AM
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Posted By ddeshpan

No access to the other side, but before I had my...

No access to the other side, but before I had my basement finished .. you are correct it was poured concrete.

I too wonder the same thing. It does sound like it's strapping for the siding. But it...
07-15-18, 10:44 PM
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Posted By ddeshpan

Thanks for the info, this is better to know...

Thanks for the info, this is better to know before something goes wrong. The builder is actually quite good about being responsive and has been in the area about 25 years. If that's a dead end...
07-15-18, 10:36 PM
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Posted By ddeshpan

Sorry the files are all too big. I'll try to get...

Sorry the files are all too big. I'll try to get a better one tomorrow from my laptop, but are you able to see it from the link I posted?
07-15-18, 10:26 PM
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https://photos.app.goo.gl/WccsXuhJ2SnPDxRM7

https://photos.app.goo.gl/WccsXuhJ2SnPDxRM7
07-15-18, 10:19 PM
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Posted By ddeshpan

I'd assume it's there for the framing and or...

I'd assume it's there for the framing and or siding. I'm paranoid since I never noticed it before and it is exposed wood, so I'd be concerned about exposure to rain, snow, critters, etc. Can't post a...
07-15-18, 09:59 PM
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Posted By ddeshpan

Exterior base under siding

This may be a dumb question, so apologies in advance. We have a basement and my house was built in 2013, just fyi if it matters. I noticed today at the base of my house on the outside, under the...
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