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Posted By Mainer80

It came with a guard but not the one recommended...

It came with a guard but not the one recommended for cut off wheels. I'm not asking if I should use one, I want to, I am wondering what my options are.
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Posted By Mainer80

I'm aware of the safety measures, I watched a...

I'm aware of the safety measures, I watched a lengthy video going over everything and has made me keenly aware of how dangerous this can be if used incorrectly. I want to use their suggested wheel...
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Posted By Mainer80

Angle Grinder - Cut off wheel guard?

Hi,

I just purchased the Bosch GWS18V-45 (https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-4-5-in-18-Volt-Cordless-Angle-Grinder/1000102535). I want to use it for cutting metal fences, angle iron, etc. I bought...
11-23-20, 11:41 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

Hi, The pressure tank is set to 40 / 60 right now.

Hi, The pressure tank is set to 40 / 60 right now.
11-22-20, 01:04 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

Use a 1" pipe and then down to 3/4 will be fine...

Use a 1" pipe and then down to 3/4 will be fine for the pressure? Is it because you're forcing it through a smaller size?
11-22-20, 10:19 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

I'm starting to like the idea of running a line,...

I'm starting to like the idea of running a line, I know there's one area with some ledge but I may be able to work around that. I don't like the idea of using PVC with water (Just hate plastic). What...
11-21-20, 01:53 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

Just an update, I hooked up about 100' of Gilmour...

Just an update, I hooked up about 100' of Gilmour Flexogen Hose 5/8" hose, and the pressure was actually pretty decent. Not sure what the problem was before. I re-measured, I need about 200' of hose...
11-21-20, 10:53 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

Burrying could be a little difficult, the ground...

Burrying could be a little difficult, the ground is flat, then it dips down 5', then it goes up about 10-15' in elevation to to garden... I like the idea but is it still possible? How do you blow out...
11-20-20, 01:33 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

I need to get water up to a garden that is 100' away

Hi,
I am planning on planting a large garden that is 100~ feet away from the house spigot. My hose will reach, however, the water pressure is too low. What type of pump can I add to the house hose...
02-23-20, 09:56 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

OK- thank you- it doesn't sound like it would be...

OK- thank you- it doesn't sound like it would be money well spent then.
02-23-20, 07:07 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

No... it's to provide heat during the...

No... it's to provide heat during the spring/fall, the AC is just a bonus in the summer. We have a ventless gas fireplace that I am trying to use less that's on the 1st floor. We also have hot water...
02-22-20, 09:54 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

I believe that it would be a mini-split. We want...

I believe that it would be a mini-split. We want it for the heat in the spring/fall. A/C is nice to have in the summer but not 100% needed.
02-22-20, 07:08 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

Heat pump on 2nd floor, will heat below?

We have a two story house, thinking about placing an electric heat pump at the top of our stairs on the 2nd floor. From there, it could cool the 2nd floor and heat it during the spring/fall. We were...
02-18-20, 06:50 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

I'll get a photo of the termination to confirm...

I'll get a photo of the termination to confirm it's open. I'll check the slope too. I'm have an energy audit done on the house this Friday so I plan to be up there. I either need to move that pipe or...
02-05-20, 09:03 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

Here's a drawing on the attic.

Here's a drawing on the attic.
02-05-20, 02:29 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

All I am saying is that there's a PVC branch from...

All I am saying is that there's a PVC branch from the main pipe that terminates into the soffit, there's also a washer that connects to that branch.
02-04-20, 06:28 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

No... I imagine that it's vent pipe for it.

No... I imagine that it's vent pipe for it.
02-03-20, 07:15 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

The washer is the only thing connected to that...

The washer is the only thing connected to that line into the soffit. I believe that I was standing right at the main stack line when I took that second photo.
01-30-20, 07:12 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

Good morning. I found some older photographs,...

Good morning. I found some older photographs, before I added more insulation.

I've noted the photos with text. I forgot that our washer has pipe running to this pipe in question. Could I possibly...
01-26-20, 07:32 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

This was put in during the building of the home...

This was put in during the building of the home in 2004 unless someone re-sheetrocked an entrance that I can't find. It had to of been installed for some reason. I'd really like it removed if there's...
01-26-20, 07:13 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

I just remembered that when we moved in, there...

I just remembered that when we moved in, there was no attic entrance, I made one and found that pipe next to where I put the entrance. That pipe was there from the start. It's not a T but a Y (not...
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Posted By Mainer80

I installed the new duct work, I ran the shower...

I installed the new duct work, I ran the shower hot for 10 minutes and no steam leaking out, just right out through the roof vent. I did notice that the fan enclosure had a 1"x1"~ opening where the...
01-25-20, 02:42 PM
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Posted By Mainer80

I traced the pipe back to the main pipe that all...

I traced the pipe back to the main pipe that all other pipes connect into (bathroom, toilets, etc), that main pipe goes up through the roof.

This break off is odd, it just points down to the...
01-23-20, 09:13 AM
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Posted By Mainer80

You are correct, however, I was looking for...

You are correct, however, I was looking for advice along the lines of is this typical and it sounds like it's not. I do plan on tracing it back and will report my finding.
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Posted By Mainer80

Would this product be suitable for the bathroom...

Would this product be suitable for the bathroom vent? Eventually we'll be move the vent higher on the roof and make sure that the ridged pipe lines up when we re-shingle.
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