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Any advice on how to remove the door trim panel? ...

Any advice on how to remove the door trim panel? Any suggestion on where to buy the parts? Part numbers, etc? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
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Power Lock on Passenger Slider Door Not Working - 2007 Chrysler Tonw & Country

2007 Chrysler Town and Country Van, Touring, Automatic Transmission, 3.? L engine

Problem

power door lock will not unlock passenger side sliding door. Door lock operates manually, when the...
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You found this by removing the part from the...

You found this by removing the part from the compressor? I am looking for any other troubleshooting suggesstions. I think I'll take a little time to get out my multimeter and check if the...
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Kenmore Side By Side Refrigerator - Does not Cool

I have a Kenmore model number 10653502300 - seven years old.

The refrigerator has stopped cooling. The refrigerator / freezer compartment is emptied now, I replaced it asap since all my food was...
08-25-09, 11:20 AM
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Posted By dkruger

Thanks for the advice Chandler. If I were to...

Thanks for the advice Chandler. If I were to replace the frame as a unit, is there anything you would advise me to be prepared for?

I recently installed a tile floor, and knew ahead of time that...
08-22-09, 12:36 PM
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Exterior Replacement Door for Interior put on exterior

I have an exterior entry to an attached garage. The entry door is in bad shape, jamb is ok. Also, the entry door is an interior 24 inch door, so it is quite narrow as well. The exterior is brick...
07-03-09, 06:44 AM
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Making good progress. Last Saturday, we cut just...

Making good progress. Last Saturday, we cut just about another 100 tiles for the trim pieces. I am using 16" x 16" tiles for the project. I was thinking about that last weekend and though to...
06-27-09, 10:01 AM
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Posted By dkruger

An update here...about three weeks ago, we put...

An update here...about three weeks ago, we put about 100 full tiles down and have been waiting since to borrow a tile saw...and a free weekend to cut tiles...so today is the day. We're going to...
05-30-09, 02:22 PM
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Posted By dkruger

My tiles are 16x16. What is a good width for the...

My tiles are 16x16. What is a good width for the spacing?
1/8th inch?

Also the tiles are an off white/light tan color. I am looking for recommendations on what color grout to use. I don't...
05-26-09, 11:07 PM
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Posted By dkruger

Mark - Thinking ahead here on the in floor...

Mark -

Thinking ahead here on the in floor heat - when I put down the scratch coat of mortar but do not yet have tiles installed...

Can that have foot traffic on the exposed mortar after some...
05-26-09, 10:38 PM
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Posted By dkruger

Mark - Thank you very much for the helpful...

Mark -

Thank you very much for the helpful information. All of this has made this project go much more smoothly and gives me more confidence in doing this all myself.

I am nearly complete...
05-24-09, 08:12 PM
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Posted By dkruger

Mark - Ok, great - thanks for that clarification....

Mark - Ok, great - thanks for that clarification. I did pull up the underlayment in the span area 2. Boy, is that a good feeling to be done with pulling up that area, now I'm ready to put the...
05-24-09, 11:01 AM
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Posted By dkruger

Mark - Thanks for the responses. My...

Mark -

Thanks for the responses. My question is about the total thickness now - you say pull up the 1/4 underlayment in both areas. If I do that in the thinner area - my thickness will decrease...
05-23-09, 03:07 PM
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Posted By dkruger

Some update sub floor info: Span Area #1 -...

Some update sub floor info:

Span Area #1 - The floor is lower here - I found that there is a single layer of plywood subfloor, 5/8" thick. That is covered by 1/4" layer of thinner plywood that is...
05-23-09, 12:39 AM
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dkruger's new kitchen, dining tile project - just starting

Sub Floor Info Plywood with thickness of 1"
Layers - ? - not sure, I will have to do some more checking in that area. I measured the thickness of the subfloor using a hole that is cut in the...
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Leaky Kitchen Drain Flange - What's the trick?

I replaced kitchen countertop, installed a new sink, plumbed new connections...whole ball of wax...even re-installed my existing disposal on a new drain flange on one side of the new sink, no...
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