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The model number is either K-701214, K-701215,...

The model number is either K-701214, K-701215, K-701216, K-701222, K-701223, K-701224, K-701225, K-701226, or K-701227. Our "installation guide" (otherwise known as how to make yourself crazy and get...
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Install Shower door

Hi,

I just bought a house that had a bathroom upgrade nearly complete. Unfortunately the Kohler glass shower door was not installed and I didn't require the seller to install it before I...
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I've had success using baking soda and vinegar. ...

I've had success using baking soda and vinegar. It works sort of like scrubbing bubbles only it's ok for the environment. Just sprinkle on the baking soda, then drizzle in a little vinegar. Let it...
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The shingles are fine, they don't need replacing...

The shingles are fine, they don't need replacing just the boards under them (maybe this is called the eaves, sorry, I'm not a carpenter or roofer). The board is a 1x4 that is part of the overhang. ...
02-26-08, 02:13 PM
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Posted By LoriB

save & toss

I save my brushes, rollers and trays in plastic bags until I know I'm done with the job. I don't put them in the refrigerator because refrigerators dry out food, why wouldn't they dry out paint? ...
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Overhang wood rot

Hello,

I'm trying to do some repairs on an old craftsman style home. It has gutters installed but the wood of the overhang (under the shingles but not the fascia board that the gutters are...
02-16-08, 09:31 AM
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Posted By LoriB

I had not thought of that, thanks.

I had not thought of that, thanks.
02-15-08, 01:08 PM
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Posted By LoriB

Repair at ridge beam

Hello,

We are selling an old house (built 1921). The inspector wrote "The ridge beam is required to be the full depth of the rafter ends for bearing. Some rafter ends show signs of excess...
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Even though it's not what I wanted to hear I am...

Even though it's not what I wanted to hear I am grateful for your replies. It's much better to be a little disappointed now than VERY disappointed later.

Thank you very much, I hope you all have...
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1.6 gal tank on onld toilet

Hello,

I have an old Atlas toilet in my basement. It's not an efficient model but I can't replace it because the previous owner cemented it to the floor. I would like to replace the tank with a...
05-22-07, 01:17 PM
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Posted By LoriB

I'll try that, thanks!

I'll try that, thanks!
05-22-07, 12:51 PM
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New toliet/pipes banging

Hello,

I recently installed a new glacier Bay low flow toilet. When I replaced it I also replaced the shut-off valve and braided hose. After several months it has started making an awful, very...
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Removing brake roter

Hello,

Can anyone tell me (or give me a link) how to remove the front brake roters on a 99 Toyota Tacoma 4x4? I've googled withno success.

Thanks in advance,
Lori
05-01-07, 06:43 AM
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Posted By LoriB

Shade loving climers

Hello,

I'm looking for suggestions for shade loving climbing vines, preferably flowering to grow up the old clothes line posts that now are being used as my hammock stand. I live in Georgia and...
05-01-07, 06:40 AM
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Posted By LoriB

The wood ash will help, all of this depends on...

The wood ash will help, all of this depends on what ph you are trying to achieve.
05-01-07, 06:37 AM
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Posted By LoriB

It may be normal for that plant or it may be that...

It may be normal for that plant or it may be that the bulb needs to be planted deeper. It would be best to have a picture of the plant.
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Both of these ideas sound like they will work. ...

Both of these ideas sound like they will work.

Thank you very much.
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Posted By LoriB

Can't get the wheel off

Hello,

This may sound like a silly question but I'm having a very hard time removing the front wheel from my '99 Toyota Tacoma 4x4. The back wheel stuck too but I just hit the tire in a few spots...
04-24-07, 11:34 AM
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Posted By LoriB

But I'm the saw handler!!! LOL, thanks for your...

But I'm the saw handler!!! LOL, thanks for your advice and input. I appreciate it very much.
04-24-07, 09:41 AM
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Posted By LoriB

I'm sorry but I don't have any pictures. I...

I'm sorry but I don't have any pictures. I didn't have anyone pulling the tree either (afraid of pulling it down onto someone).

Now that the ropes are in place I guess that would be easy to do. ...
04-24-07, 08:35 AM
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Posted By LoriB

Ok, thanks for the advice, since the cut is...

Ok, thanks for the advice, since the cut is already above a 4 foot fence it's going to feel like quite a reach to make the second cuts but it's an easy enough fix.

What do you all think might...
04-24-07, 08:30 AM
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Posted By LoriB

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction

I wanted to share my experience with my dog Baby. Baby is a 16 year old Whippet mix, she started showing symptoms of CDS a few months ago. I did some research and made a change in her diet to a...
04-24-07, 07:57 AM
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Views: 19,523
Posted By LoriB

Unhappy Chain saw stuck in tree

Hello,

Last night I was trying to cut down a maple tree that is too close to my chain link fence. The tree is about 30' tall but only 5-6 inches in diameter and largely covered in English Ivy...
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Posted By LoriB

Great, this gives me a much clearer idea of what...

Great, this gives me a much clearer idea of what to expect. Thank you I appreciate your time.
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Posted By LoriB

Question Redigging drain field

Hello,

I'm having issues with my septic system, the guy says that the drain field is clogged with solids and needs to be rebuilt which means digging up much of my back yard. I'm curious what all...
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