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Thanks for your reply, I DO however need to find...

Thanks for your reply, I DO however need to find a reliable person to check it out. I had read about loose bolts falling out etc. and being this car is old, even though it only has 48K miles, it is...
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'99 Alero Loud Clunking noise from under car

Can someone please help? I was in N.M. driving back to MI. I pulled out to leave and heard a lound clunk from the rear of my car. I immediately stopped to see what fell. I looked under the car , but...
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What about an area rug to add the colors you...

What about an area rug to add the colors you desire? The prices can range, but at least if you can take it with you when you go. If you want to watch your wallet, you may try a resale shop to find a...
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Thumbs up I appreciate all the help. I know, I may run...

I appreciate all the help. I know, I may run cable, but I guess I was having a brain fart yesterday... Too much thinking, too much going on! This actually was a no-brainer. Sometimes I just over...
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Thanks for the feedback, but I do network wiring...

Thanks for the feedback, but I do network wiring for a living. I'm sure that you know that the patch cord runs from the back of the PC into the modem, so why would I run some cat5 from jack to jack?...
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Moving computer

I want to move my computer to another room. It is connected to a cable modem. Do I have to reroute the entire modem to that room, or can I just get a patch cord? I have a crawl space and I am hoping...
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:alarm:Help Needed Please!!!

:) I posted the question earlier about the excessive dust in my furnace earlier, but I haven't heard anything yet. My friend mentioned that the reason for the excessive amount of dirt/debris on my...
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Excess Dust On Furnace Filter Please Respond Soon!

I too am having a problem with the excessive dust on my furnace filters. I bought the 3M (3 mo.) filter and am amazed after only a week or 2 of just how black they have gotten. I had the ducts...
12-05-07, 12:56 PM
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Painted, but spots had been repaired after a leak

Painted, but spots had been repaired after a leak
12-05-07, 12:36 PM
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Texturizing block walls

Does anyone know a formula for spraying block walls to create a texture? I have heard of a formula using portland cement, lime, etc to spay on the walls of my basement to hide imperfections. Or can...
10-11-07, 05:24 AM
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I too was under the belief that you had to have...

I too was under the belief that you had to have air circulating down there ... the old way is not necessarily the best! I am closing my vents immediately and telling my neighbors to do the same. AND...
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2nd coat of epoxy

I finally got a hold of Quikcrete and I had to sand lightly before applying the 2nd coat. It looks great! I just finished, thanks for the input. The company said if you apply it between 1-2 wks. it...
10-08-07, 05:27 AM
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Airman!!!

Hi there, any input on the thermopan product? All I know is that you can buy it pre-cut in strips 16,22,24. Depending on the spaces between the floor joists. I don't know if you have to be a...
10-08-07, 05:17 AM
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crawlspace

I didn't insulate under the floor joists, was researching that and really found more info on this site than I had ever imagined! I do know that the paper side has to go up towards the floor (heated...
10-07-07, 05:57 PM
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Crawlspace nightmare!!!

I remember how nasty it was from 4 yrs ago, and I think it took me like 3 days total to do it. The good thing is that once it's done, it's done. I actually have to go back under mine soon and reroute...
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Painting 2nd coat of epoxy

Mark, Yes it is and I did check out Quikcrete's website and they do have an "ask us" dept. I did send them a question, but being it is the weekend, there is no reply or an answer on the phone. I...
10-07-07, 02:25 PM
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Red face Holding the poly against the walls

No, tape will not work on the block walls. Prop up boards or use something to hold them it in place. A dollup of caulk may work.
10-07-07, 05:19 AM
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Smile Taping Seams

Sorry, no real trick for that. You will find that if you pull it just slightly that you can tape it and still keep it relatively flat. I cut a piece afterwards and taped over the cut area so you...
10-07-07, 05:11 AM
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Closing vent in crawlspace

I have automatic vents, and the reason I close them in the winter was because one got stuck and my house was very cold. I do not have central air nor do I have a humidifier down there. I have however...
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glitter on bath walls

I painted my ceramic tiles due to the fact that they were a celery green which I didn't like at all. I thought of the glitter thing, but instead I used some pearlescent paint and sponged it on making...
10-06-07, 05:37 PM
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Thumbs up crawl space/ you CAN do it!

:) Hi, my name is Mary. I did the same thing in my crawl space and it really was quite simple. First, roll out the poly along your house and add about 2' on both sides. This gives you the correct...
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Thumbs up Epoxy Question

Thanks for the reply. I love working around my home, but am sometimes stumped. Thus here I am. I have read the labels and even visited Quikcretes website and nothing tells me that you can do a 2nd...
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Epoxy garage floor bleedthru

This really has nothing to do with the basement, except I know that prep is everything. It took me 4 days to prep my 1 car garage floor. My question is this, I painted the floor using quikrete epoxy...
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