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Thanks for the heads up on that. I have a lot of...

Thanks for the heads up on that. I have a lot of car mechanics experience, so I'm good on what you're saying. This project is a little bit out of my wheelhouse. Wife is concerned as far as the safety...
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I was thinking along those lines as well. It...

I was thinking along those lines as well. It would have to be outside the fan as the large dan is open to the bottom, so it can't be inside. Could be something inside the smaller fan, or outside. But...
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To me, it doesn't look like I would have to...

To me, it doesn't look like I would have to remove the whole unit now. I did go ahead and order the motor
I did find a free videos, none that looked like it pertain exactly to a Mojave furnace, but...
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Advice on Dometic RV heater

Trying to get this fixed for brother in law, on his short standup camper.
Dometic small RV heater, DFSF 20111.
Had a rattle sort of sound (as he describes it "dadadada") as the furnace starts.
He...
05-01-19, 04:51 PM
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Underground downspout advice

We are having the stamped concrete walkway replaced at our house. Same shape, just normal concrete. Sick of the upkeep on the walkway (stripping and sealing).

So, we thought we'd also take a crack...
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Washing machine, not dishwasher. The elbow, in...

Washing machine, not dishwasher. The elbow, in both cases, developed what I would call a hairline crack and started dripping, so a mess but not a huge deal like a burst hose would be.
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http://www.doityourself.com/forum/toilets-sinks-sh...

http://www.doityourself.com/forum/toilets-sinks-showers-dishwashers-tubs-garbage-disposals/583245-floodchek-hoses-new-post.html
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Well no, it says FloodChek, I just did a little...

Well no, it says FloodChek, I just did a little research on better quality supply hoses and came up with them. I guess no one here has heard of them. No biggie. I didn't think that supply hoses with...
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You guys are acting like you can't even read my...

You guys are acting like you can't even read my posts except the original post!

I am not talking about "flood check" hoses. I am referring to the brand name "FloodChek" hoses. They are not the...
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I am referring to the brand name "FLOODCHEK"...

I am referring to the brand name "FLOODCHEK" hoses, they are not even "flood check" type of hoses.
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I mean FloodChek brand name, google it. US made,...

I mean FloodChek brand name, google it. US made, quite expensive (for supply hoses), 20 yr warranty, sound really nice and good reviews. No 90 degree model though. Just going on a LG front loader...
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FloodChek Hoses

I was going to order a pair of these. One of my stainless hoses just developed a drip overnight, second time this has happened although these hoses have been on for I guess over 5 years (I heard...
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Pics inserted. Sorry I misunderstood the...

Pics inserted.
Sorry I misunderstood the thermocouple has no wires.
The black wires go to the switch. (I'm sure you knew all this)
The red and white wires, correct the go in to a shield, I have...
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PS there are 2 BLACK wires which I believe go to...

PS there are 2 BLACK wires which I believe go to the thermoCOUPLE, again this I don't think relates to my problem, as I believe that is only for the pilot light. I just see a little discrepancy in...
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Pete Seems to be all correct. In the manual,...

Pete
Seems to be all correct. In the manual, with the on/off switch off it should be 325mv minimum, I get more like 560mv.
With it on it should be over 100mv, at first I had 206mv, slowly dropped...
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Yes, I think when I said "she went down to light...

Yes, I think when I said "she went down to light it", maybe you thought I meant to light the pilot. She just went down and flipped the switch to get some heat is what I meant, the pilot was ON, the...
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The pilot light is NOT going out, the flame...

The pilot light is NOT going out, the flame itself (the big one, the reason you have a fireplace), is what is going out.
When I say she went down to light it, I mean she flipped the switch on the...
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I would describe the pilot light as looking...

I would describe the pilot light as looking normal, like it always has.
Also, I can see the point about the pilot light size if the problem simply was not lighting, but now it has gone out on us...
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Heat N Glo Townsend fireplace won't light

We have had this for awhile, over 15 years without a problem.
Back story is probably unrelated, the city replaced our gas meter recently, and this was the farthest from the meter so he had me light...
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I guess I have it figured out, I need a trim kit....

I guess I have it figured out, I need a trim kit. I have Moen products, the Posi-Temp valve. It must be a more current style as the screws are at 2 o'clock and 7 o'clock. I assume any Moen trim kit...
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Replacing just the tub faucet and handle, not the valve

The chrome on our 20+ year old faucet is etched, looks like water spots but at some point something must have etched them in. The faucet uses a set screw to hold it on to 1/2" copper pipe, there is...
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No, just the opposite, we are thinking about a...

No, just the opposite, we are thinking about a new countertop and appliances sometime next year. I think they are all about 10 yrs old.
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Kitchenaid dishwasher: motor starts running at random times

We have this KitchenAid KUDI01DL, black smooth-front dishwasher, bought it new.
Lately, it seems like after the dishwasher has run (which we do about weekly, just my wife and I), if the door is...
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