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good to know, thanks :) ...

good to know, thanks :)
Barb
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Wow, thanks for clearing that up John, (now I...

Wow, thanks for clearing that up John, (now I really feel like an idiot).

So, I have a cable with 2-14 ga. wires. One of the wires is connected to one of the screws. The other wire is connected to...
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really? that makes sense.

really? that makes sense.
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Here's an update: The helpful hardware guy at...

Here's an update:
The helpful hardware guy at my local store thought that the culprit might be the cheap and easy connectors. So I picked up the fancy wire nuts with silicone and did things the old...
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I have a link...

I have a link (http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3105/2646875649_75b4786a7a_b.jpg) to a drawing that shows my setup.
Here's a link (http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3268/2647708100_df26a4d46d.jpg) to the...
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hehehe, that doesn't sound good. The...

hehehe,
that doesn't sound good.

The transformer has two screws coming out of the bottom. One is marked A and one is marked B. I currently have only one wire (possibly 16 ga.). One side of the...
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I'm not sure what the length limit is, this was...

I'm not sure what the length limit is, this was originally installed a long time ago. I am aware of such limitations, but I thought that only affects the brightness, not cause melting of wires and...
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Posted By BarbArian

low voltage exterior lighting is HOT!

Hello,
I'm extending my low voltage run with a connector. (I have not exceeded my total wattage.) The original wire that came with the kit is possibly 16 ga. I have looped a 14 gauge wire and...
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Okay, I just had to switch boxes and get an...

Okay, I just had to switch boxes and get an extender on it. What is the best way to weather proof. Is plain painter's caulk good enough, or should I get some silicone. I need to go around the edge...
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Help with exterior light

Howdy,
I am installing a new light on the exterior of my home, on the wall. My question is does the "box" need to be flush with the siding on the exterior. If it does not, and is flush with the...
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In a moment of weakness, I just had to get one. I...

In a moment of weakness, I just had to get one. I went with the slightly bigger one. I have an older victorian, lots of different angles and quite tall. I can only compare it to the older wooden and...
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Posted By BarbArian

fridge seal

Is there a web site where I can purchase inexpensive parts for my Whirpool (model # ET14JKYMNRZ). I need a new seal for the fridge door. The local appliance parts company quoted $70 - 80. Seems kinda...
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Thanks, The bits worked great, cut down on some...

Thanks,
The bits worked great, cut down on some of my chiseling time!!

Now all the kids have a door that locks and I don't have to hear.. "Mom, Matt was in my room again!!"
08-31-04, 05:23 PM
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Posted By BarbArian

Oh I get it. Thanks Mike. Barb

Oh I get it.
Thanks Mike.
Barb
08-31-04, 07:33 AM
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Mike, thanks for the quick reply. The hot/cold...

Mike, thanks for the quick reply.
The hot/cold supply lines are copper.
I attached them to the elbows using compression fittings.
I was afraid I might have to do something like that, it makes...
08-30-04, 09:50 PM
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Posted By BarbArian

Question elbow joint leak

I have a simple (I hope :p ) leaky problem. I have replaced the shower in my basement. The new fixture is brass, and I put brass elbows on the hot/cold connect, which come down from the ceiling. The...
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Question replacing mortise lock

Hello,
I am replacing an old mortise lock (skeleton key style), with a new mortise lock, (still skeleton key style). The new lock is about 3/4 inches too tall. 1/4 inch on top and 1/2 inch on the...
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