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05-14-18, 10:53 AM
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Thanks for the info. Upon ripping up what we had...

Thanks for the info. Upon ripping up what we had there I pleasantly discovered that there is original maple hardwood flooring throughout the kitchen that had been covered up years ago! Looks like its...
05-10-18, 07:45 AM
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Installing ceramic floor in kitchen

Thinking of putting one in our kitchen and bathroom. I'm leery of it though because of its nature to crack if something heavy is dropped on it or if there is any flex in your floor. Its an old home...
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Yeah the template was too big for this particular...

Yeah the template was too big for this particular microwave. I measured the opening on the back of the microwave where the fan is and it lines up with a standard wall cap size. I think the templates...
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That makes sense. Its just confusing that you...

That makes sense. Its just confusing that you make an opening in the drywall one size that the template says then you have to make an opening another size for the wall cap. Since you have to know...
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Maybe it doesn't say that but nothing else says...

Maybe it doesn't say that but nothing else says otherwise so its misleading because why wouldn't you cut that size all the way through when it shows to cut out that size to begin with? For someone...
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Its a Samsung ME16K3000AS but the instructions...

Its a Samsung ME16K3000AS but the instructions and template that comes with it appears to be a standard set of instructions and template because their name isn't on any of it. The vent size on the...
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Just to follow up on this I have not been able to...

Just to follow up on this I have not been able to find anyone who can do this and if they could its either too expensive or they couldn't match it exactly. Most places would just try to match it with...
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OTR microwave horizontal rear venting question

I'm going to be putting in one of these with new ducting running to the rear of the microwave outside so I need to cut a new hole in the exterior wall for that. I've followed the cut out template...
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Heres a pic of the door....

Heres a pic of the door. http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/products/bodbyn-door-white__0260543_PE404341_S4.JPG

And the kitchen layout. Its the taller cases I am wanting to modify....
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Custom Ikea Bodbyn door

I have 2 upper Ikea Sektion cabinet frames that I want to cut down 3 inches in order to have the proper spacing above my counter top (I realized after installing them that they are too low and moving...
02-06-18, 06:10 AM
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Views: 1,498
Posted By umjorge3

Does that 30" include the height of the microwave...

Does that 30" include the height of the microwave as well? So if the bottom of the microwave is 15" above the stove and the microwave itself is 15" high as long as it amounts to 30" then it meets...
02-05-18, 01:56 PM
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Posted By umjorge3

Thanks everyone that makes sense and I'll go...

Thanks everyone that makes sense and I'll go about it that way.

Would that code apply even with the microwave in between acting as a barrier?
02-05-18, 12:27 PM
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Posted By umjorge3

Over The Stove Microwave or top cabinet first?

I'm doing a bit of a kitchen remodel right now, including some new cabinetry and an over the range microwave. Right now I have removed the existing cabinet unit above our stove along with the range...
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Views: 871
Posted By umjorge3

I ended up going with a Bosch oscillating saw. I...

I ended up going with a Bosch oscillating saw. I must say it does not disappoint. At 4 amps its 1.5 times more powerful than the dremel and cuts way faster through things without heating up so much...
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Views: 871
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Yeah the model I'm using might be for lighter...

Yeah the model I'm using might be for lighter tasks only but its all I had. Might need a more powerful version meant for home renos. Any recommendations for a more heavy duty oscillating saw?
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Dremel multi max performance loss

Hello. I have a Dremel multi max oscillating saw (believe its an MM20) that seems to have had a big performance loss in terms of how fast it can cut through materials. I have been using it to cut...
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I get it its not meant to be used as a full...

I get it its not meant to be used as a full jackhammer which I said I wasn't trying to breakup a road way, and to me the positive reviews seem to outweigh the negative. Its all about the cost benefit...
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Maybe jack hammer was the wrong comparison to use...

Maybe jack hammer was the wrong comparison to use as I am only needing it for lighter duty stuff around the house and not going to be breaking anything up more than 4" thick. At only $70 and $90...
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Hammer drill blows per minute (BPM)

I am wanting a power tool that will act as a mini jack hammer essentially. I am going to be doing a number of jobs where I will want to break up concrete, mainly in my basement floor. So I am looking...
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Views: 2,068
Posted By umjorge3

Sounds good thanks. On another forum that I'm...

Sounds good thanks. On another forum that I'm asking about this the consensus there seems to be that these booster fans are useless and nothing more than a novelty that doesn't make a big enough...
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Posted By umjorge3

Will that work for a/c as well?

Will that work for a/c as well?
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Posted By umjorge3

In line duct booster fan

I am wanting to put in an inline duct booster fan to make our bedroom more comfortable (too cold in winter, too hot in summer). I would like to wire it to the furnace blower so that when its on, the...
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Views: 821
Posted By umjorge3

I'm assuming the system would have to be...

I'm assuming the system would have to be monitored by a company in order to have remote telephone access? No way to set that up yourself?
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Views: 821
Posted By umjorge3

Thanks for the link. Can you program a call in...

Thanks for the link. Can you program a call in feature to remotely arm and disarm or does that likely require outside service? I'd have to somehow dial a number unique to the system which would seem...
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Posted By umjorge3

Still need help figuring out my Lynxr-2 system

My system is unmonitored. When I open up the case inside I see 2 comms ports for a phone line and internet. What can I do with these ports? Could I set up some sorta remote monitoring as well as...
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