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Apologies for the delay - but there is a reason...

Apologies for the delay - but there is a reason behind it. So Saturday is my "work on the house" day. I started off by fixing a leak under the kitchen faucet which of course didn't go as planned...
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Good eye, 4135V. What appears to be a wet mark...

Good eye, 4135V. What appears to be a wet mark though is actually a piece of wood. I'll try measuring the pressure of the tank to see if it's failing or not to at least rule it out as a possible...
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Thanks for all the info, Spott. I tried purging...

Thanks for all the info, Spott. I tried purging again yesterday, this time keeping an eye on the pressure gauge. I got some bubbles out but couldn't keep the water flowing for more than a minute or...
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Posted By pabadear

Current temp: 150F Current Pressure: between...

Current temp: 150F
Current Pressure: between the 25-30psi marks. More towards the 25psi mark.
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Posted By pabadear

Damage that is reversible by properly purging or...

Damage that is reversible by properly purging or damage that will require replacing parts? I really hope it's reversible...I read several articles and watched so many YouTube videos before performing...
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Posted By pabadear

Gilmorrie - I'm reading other threads on here and...

Gilmorrie - I'm reading other threads on here and I do see that it's recommended to keep it between 25-28psi so I guess that's my first problem. When you state that I may have introduced fresh water,...
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Posted By pabadear

Boiler System with Banging Pipes - HELP

Hello everyone,

New home owner for 1.5 years now and this is my 2nd winter in the house. Last year we experienced loud banging noises in the walls during the night when we had the heat running....
09-10-18, 07:23 AM
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The wires used to install the upstairs lights...

The wires used to install the upstairs lights were definitely #14. I know because I bought them with the electrician - not knowing obviously what was needed since I was just putting things in the...
09-06-18, 09:03 AM
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Posted By pabadear

Proper Wiring with respect to Fuses

Alright so I've been stressing over this for 2 weeks now, sometimes I think I got it and other times I feel totally lost.

I had some recessed lighting installed throughout the house with an...
09-06-18, 08:39 AM
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Thanks for everyone's input! Haven't decided...

Thanks for everyone's input! Haven't decided which route to take still but will go over things with my electrician and see his recommendations.

I do feel comfortable feeding it from the kitchen...
08-23-18, 11:30 AM
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Posted By pabadear

Thanks for the replies, everyone - this...

Thanks for the replies, everyone - this definitely helps.

I'm trying to read up on NEC codes but I can't seem to really find anything that clearly says that a dedicated circuit breaker is...
08-22-18, 01:30 PM
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Posted By pabadear

Not sure to be honest - I'm sure it's possible...

Not sure to be honest - I'm sure it's possible considering it's done for the dishwasher which is right next to it. I think the electrician came up with this method because we really preferred getting...
08-22-18, 12:15 PM
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Posted By pabadear

Thanks for your reply! Is this per NEC and...

Thanks for your reply!

Is this per NEC and is this across all states or specifically for NJ? I want to do things right so I don't run into issues down the line if we ever decide to sell. No point...
08-22-18, 11:36 AM
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Posted By pabadear

Garbage Disposal - Dedicated circuit necessary?

Hello, I'm new to this forum and this is my first post.

A new first-time home owner and already getting started on projects. First things first, got to make wifey happy by installing a garbage...
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