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07-20-11, 07:56 PM
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What space would you recommend I leave?

What space would you recommend I leave?
07-20-11, 04:26 PM
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Building deck gate - what gap

Have a 3x3ft opening that I want to build a deck gate into. what width should I build the deck gate to accommodate for potential gate sag, post twisting over time, etc? I know in the past I've...
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Thanks. I did end up with the FocusPRO 6000 to...

Thanks. I did end up with the FocusPRO 6000 to take advantage of the programmable features. Once wired to R and Y and configured for a hot water open valve reverse system, it works great!!
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Thanks for the information. Based on what a few...

Thanks for the information. Based on what a few other people have said, I believe you're correct. This is a normally open reverse valve system. Apparently the Honeywell FocusPRO 5000/6000 series...
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Reverse thermostat?

Trying to replace a thermostat in my condo that uses a central boiler + hydronic baseboard heaters. I removed the old mercury thermostat that has two black wires. I've discovered that:

When the...
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Next time you're in Edmonton, I'll take you up on...

Next time you're in Edmonton, I'll take you up on that.
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rbwest pretty much nailed it, however, I just...

rbwest pretty much nailed it, however, I just discovered there is an HFS+ viewer available for Windows:

Catacombae - HFSExplorer (http://hem.bredband.net/catacombae/hfsx.html)

This would give...
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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser worked wonders on vinyl...

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser worked wonders on vinyl siding. We used it to help remove fence stain all over our house and garage when people were sloppy. Takes elbow grease and a bit of water, but it...
03-14-09, 02:07 PM
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This is an old pic during construction(hence the...

This is an old pic during construction(hence the hazardous junk in there). It was taken higher up, but you get the point of how the furnace is on the left and the combustion pot is to the right.
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03-13-09, 09:30 PM
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Any other suggestions, considering a...

Any other suggestions, considering a damper(concerned about failure) and also considering weatherstripping the entire door.
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I had a similar issue and the price of the...

I had a similar issue and the price of the replacement winder was more than the vacuum was worth. I just ripped out the winder.
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So, obsessing here, I decide to try the best...

So, obsessing here, I decide to try the best bulbs I can find. I tried Phillips Halogena 45W R20's. Very study looking bulbs, solid filaments. Still buzz, but a bit less.

Still not satisfied, I...
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It's about as annoying as a TV buzzing while the...

It's about as annoying as a TV buzzing while the volume is muted.

I called Cooper directly and spoke to their tech support line. They suggested trying more bulbs. I told them I tried 4 brands to...
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Oh, also I believe the dimmer is a Cooper Eagle...

Oh, also I believe the dimmer is a Cooper Eagle 6742.
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The instructions+package stated for installation...

The instructions+package stated for installation on 120V supply and yes I'm sure its line voltage and not low.

If I don't replace the dimmer, is this any sort of hazard if it buzzes(aside from my...
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I've tried 4 types of bulbs: Phillips R20...

I've tried 4 types of bulbs:

Phillips R20 50W
RONA(store brand) R20 50W
SATCO R20 50W
Globe PAR20 50W

All of them hum, some a bit less then others. I guess I'm stuck trying another dimmer. ...
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I don't know what kind it is, its only a couple...

I don't know what kind it is, its only a couple of years old and has a slider on it. The fixture has 4 x 50W bulbs.
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Dimmer humming

I installed a new Hampton Bay track lighting fixture that has R20 50W bulbs. When I dim the lights, I hear a audible hum. My previous fixture did not have this issue when I dimmed the lights.

I...
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PAR20 instead of R20 bulbs?

I have a Hampton Bay track lighting setup and the lights call for R20 50W bulbs. Can I use PAR20 50W halogen bulbs in place of them? The halogens get way hotter.
12-11-08, 06:12 PM
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Grady, there is no fan its just a plain old pot...

Grady, there is no fan its just a plain old pot with a flex hose connected to it. It lets outside air free flow into the furnace room.
12-10-08, 06:36 PM
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No, its just a pot where fresh air from a flex...

No, its just a pot where fresh air from a flex hose dumps to. Here's a pic:

http://i62.photobucket.com/albums/h82/n0c7/DSCN0572.jpg
12-09-08, 07:29 PM
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I believe that is what the pot is doing already. ...

I believe that is what the pot is doing already. I've got both - a pipe to the floor connected to a pot, and another pipe into the return air. The source of cold air is from the pot.

My city...
12-08-08, 11:41 PM
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Cover up bottom of furnace room door

I have a finished basement with an enclosed furnace room. I have a fresh air combustion pot that my city says is effective enough for my appliances as well as a fresh air intake into my furnace...
12-01-08, 11:48 PM
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What I'm saying is that even if you nit pick it,...

What I'm saying is that even if you nit pick it, over time they're gonna shift anyways. As for the exact number of what variance you can have, I don't think its written in stone anywhere. The last...
12-01-08, 03:25 PM
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I gave up on trying to perfect wood studs. In...

I gave up on trying to perfect wood studs. In our climate, within a couple of days being stored they already start to change shape. Once you get everything all assembled, you'll still be getting...
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