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03-22-16, 07:27 AM
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Does the silence indicate that there have been no...

Does the silence indicate that there have been no accounts of anyone applying a product like this?
03-13-16, 05:32 PM
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Has there been anyone on here with a positive or...

Has there been anyone on here with a positive or negative experience with these strip drains?
03-11-16, 10:00 AM
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This is my only hesitation. That is also one of a...

This is my only hesitation. That is also one of a few reasons why I'd use perforated rigid over perforated congregated pipe. From my research though, the pipe rarely clogs compared to the frequency...
03-11-16, 05:36 AM
Replies: 17
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It is $200 for a 165' roll. A little less than 2x...

It is $200 for a 165' roll. A little less than 2x the cost when compared to the crappy corrugated stuff (if not this J-DRain stuff, I'd use rigid pipe with the holes which would cost more). There is...
03-10-16, 05:33 PM
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Greater permeability. Reduced ability to clog....

Greater permeability. Reduced ability to clog. Easier installation. I don't think you looked very hard. This will act the same as the perforated pipe. It is an open piece of plastic, a wall with...
03-10-16, 04:55 PM
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No. I've read the county regulations. There are...

No. I've read the county regulations. There are mainly only laws with disturbing other homeowners land. Anyways, I'm only moving the water further along where it naturally travels on our properties....
03-10-16, 04:04 PM
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There are no issues with where the water is...

There are no issues with where the water is going, because it goes there naturally. I just want it to do so underground through a pipe for a 75' section, and dry out my lawn quicker. The product I...
03-10-16, 11:07 AM
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Views: 2,112
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Backyard River + Swamp, Ever Heard of J-DRain SWD?

There is a swale between mine any my neighbors property, established by the builder. In the backyards, the land is semi flat and is essentially a swamp, then leans towards the front of our properties...
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Sorry it's been a while. Here's what I found: 16...

Sorry it's been a while. Here's what I found: 16 oz. Low VOC Drainage Adhesive - Clear-VPC 60 - The Home Depot...
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HDPE pipe and PVC fittings - Silicone Caulk Bond??

Does anyone know if 100% silicone caulk will bond polyethylene (triple wall HDPE) to PVC? The builder used these products together for the downspout drains and none of the joints are secured...
06-02-15, 05:22 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,682
Posted By lamping.ap

Usually pool subpanels have a timer in the box,...

Usually pool subpanels have a timer in the box, which the pump motor is hardwired to. Or, a timer next to the panel, but still hardwired. Pumps need to be bonded to the pool structure. Is your pump...
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Views: 1,777
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This actually sounds like a good candidate for a...

This actually sounds like a good candidate for a Arduino or Raspberry Pi project. Then I can make exactly what I want... something to think about.
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OK. So, if it can be setup with or without EOL...

OK. So, if it can be setup with or without EOL resistors. Won't my existing resistors either have to match the expected resistance value or be removed?
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That's a bummer. Thanks for the replies MrRon and...

That's a bummer. Thanks for the replies MrRon and Bob. Is Envisalink - EyezOn the only solution for what I'm seeking? Or are there other products that work with other panels?

Sidenote: I'll have...
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Views: 1,777
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Retrofit Internet-based self monitoring without a fee?

I have a home with a wired alarm system that hasn't been used for quite some time. I'd like to upgrade it. I'm looking for solutions that would enable me to self monitor the status of the system and...
11-19-14, 02:12 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 760
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I just purchased & installed a Honeywell HE300...

I just purchased & installed a Honeywell HE300 for my 2200 sqft home in Cinci, OH. It works great. The best part is that the install was simple and the product is still warrantied for us DIY...
10-23-14, 05:36 AM
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Views: 893
Posted By lamping.ap

Yup... that would do it. Thanks for the info.

Yup... that would do it. Thanks for the info.
10-22-14, 02:42 PM
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Views: 893
Posted By lamping.ap

I guess that is somewhat comforting. Also,...

I guess that is somewhat comforting.

Also, the instillation manual for the unit says that if the unit is mounted on the return side that the drain tube needs to have a trap. As I said before, I'm...
10-20-14, 02:31 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 893
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Fan powered humidifiers - question about preventing damaging leaks

I'm installing a Honeywell HE300. One of the advantages of bypass units is that they install on the return side so it is not a big deal if you end up with a leak in the future. I decided to go with a...
10-20-14, 02:20 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 2,517
Posted By lamping.ap

I would probably not mount it on the front of the...

I would probably not mount it on the front of the unit, where the exhaust is. The pictures aren't perfect, but for what I can see, how about you upgrade the size of the duct for the 2nd floor bath...
10-14-13, 09:07 AM
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Where to Buy: single acting spring hinge with hold open feature

The door from my garage to the hallway has spring hinges on it to shut the door. I was wondering if they make a spring hinge that would hold itself open if you open the door past 90 degrees or so....
Replies: 6
Views: 6,249
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No drip. As I move the lever from C to H, the...

No drip. As I move the lever from C to H, the water goes from full flow cold to partial flow cold to no flow at all. Yes, built in 2004.

Would it be a good idea to :
1. remove the trim plate ...
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Views: 6,249
Posted By lamping.ap

I thought about the stops being closed... But...

I thought about the stops being closed... But then I came to understanding that it would be really weird for the previous owner to close the stops and then caulk the trim plate back on.

As I'm...
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Views: 6,249
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Thanks for the reply, but that has been done....

Thanks for the reply, but that has been done. There are no shutoff valves for the showers that I could find. One shower is in the basement, and the other is on the 2nd floor. Again the master bath...
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Views: 6,249
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Moentrol shower no water at hot setting ?

I just bought a house (built in 2004) that was owned by a couple that had a developed family, in which all their kids moved out. So there are 2 bathrooms that may have been not used in a while. 2...
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