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Thanks Spott. I am pretty sure itís a bad joint...

Thanks Spott. I am pretty sure itís a bad joint rather than a crack or pin hole. Iíll give it a shot.
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

Leaking boiler

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I recently had my boiler serviced and they pointed out that we had a very small leak at the boiler outlet. Iíve cleaned it to remove the build up and see it better. Based on the...
05-28-15, 10:14 AM
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

That's exactly what the DSL splitter is supposed...

That's exactly what the DSL splitter is supposed to do - it filters out the DSL signal on the pair connected to phone.

If you have a pair that goes directly to the jack that you want to plug the...
05-28-15, 08:58 AM
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

That's the same block that Bell Canada installed...

That's the same block that Bell Canada installed for my Teksavvy dry loop.

The DSL splitter appears to be wired correctly - you can use either the wire pins on the left or the RJ12 for the...
05-26-15, 05:34 PM
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

PJmax, not in Canada. If you sign with a...

PJmax, not in Canada. If you sign with a non-wireline provider, they contract with Bell Canada, Rogers Cable, or other incumbent for the last mile.

Normally a Teksavvy install should include the...
01-11-15, 03:49 PM
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

It depends on the detector. I just replaced all...

It depends on the detector. I just replaced all my Kidde smoke/CO detectors (installed in 2007) this year as they manual indicated that at 7 years after 1st power on they will begin to chirp every...
01-30-14, 04:14 AM
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

The CEC limits lighting to a 15a circuit. The...

The CEC limits lighting to a 15a circuit. The way I read it is that if you put lighting AND receptacles on one circuit, you are limited to 15a. If you have a receptacle ONLY circuit, you can use...
07-13-13, 05:35 AM
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

The Bell Canada techs are often not the...

The Bell Canada techs are often not the brightest. I took a look at my neighbours phone demarc and the installer had put the ground clamp on the conduit from the meter to the service panel - the PVC...
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

I agree with you on the staple-up PEX! We bought...

I agree with you on the staple-up PEX! We bought the house this way- it was newly renovated.

Unfortunately, I do not have the plans so I can't even figure out where the loops are run on each...
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

Boiler circulator pump question

Here is my situation:

I have a c. 100 year old house with new windows and improved insulation, but it still leaky. The house is 3 floors + basement, approx 3000 sq ft.

We have a 3 year old...
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

Does anyone have any advice on this? I just...

Does anyone have any advice on this? I just received an estimate of $2600 for the re-piping and supply and install of an outside temp reset control.
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Posted By FinsToTheLeft

Advice needed on fixing noise in a radiant in-floor system

I'm looking for advice on fixing a system which is driving me CRAZY with noise.

A little background:

I purchase my house - a 100 year old, three story, fully renovated - back in the summer of...
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