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How can I reset the car alarm?

I have an after market clifford alarm (don't know the model) on a 1997 toyota camry. I tried to start my car but since it's really cold it failed to. The same thing happened the previous day and it...
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They are T12. The cube has 6 holes and there is a...

They are T12. The cube has 6 holes and there is a copper wire going in one of them. I put in all 4 tubes and now only one tube goes on. I have to pull on the chain a few times for it to turn on.
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Fluorescent pull switch replacement

Hello all, I pulled the chain of the fluorescent light and it came off. I went to lowes and bought a pull chain. I connected it, but it won't work. Could someone tell me why. The pictures below show...
07-10-10, 02:07 PM
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THANKS!! I have an electrician coming.

THANKS!! I have an electrician coming.
07-10-10, 01:00 PM
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It just tripped again. This time reseting the...

It just tripped again. This time reseting the main breaker worked. I've been doing some research. It could be the aluminum wiring inside the box that needs to be tighten every few years or the main...
07-10-10, 12:34 PM
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General Electric 200 amps

General Electric 200 amps
07-10-10, 09:59 AM
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Individual breakers have gone off before but this...

Individual breakers have gone off before but this time it was the main breaker that had to be reset. My wife reset it the first time. When I got home and it happened again I couldn't just reset the...
07-10-10, 08:49 AM
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the house has aluminum wiring and it was built in...

the house has aluminum wiring and it was built in 1967 but until yesterday the main breaker had never tripped. Right now the dishwasher is running, the washer, the computer, tv and ac and so far so...
07-10-10, 07:51 AM
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lost power to the entire house

Hello all, I have lost power to an individual breaker before but yesterday the whole house went down. The first time during the afternoon and then 4 times from 9pm to 11pm. Is it just as simple as...
10-18-08, 02:02 PM
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bathroom light & fan

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Hello all, I'm renovating my bathroom and as you can see by the pictures I had old switches. I...
07-12-08, 12:56 PM
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compression gasket

Hi, I bought a jones plumbest d40-140 no caulk shower stall drain. After putting it in, I see a very small space between the gasket and the pipe. Can I use caulk or plumers putty to seal it?
Thanks.
06-29-08, 07:08 AM
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Thanks for your response. I've been doing some...

Thanks for your response. I've been doing some more research and the tongue and groove looks a little difficult for me. Can I get away with 3/4" exterior grade plywood? And if i decide to go for the...
06-28-08, 02:53 PM
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Thanks for the reply. I've been away for a week....

Thanks for the reply. I've been away for a week. I bought the plywood cut it and placed it on the joists leaving 1/8" spacing. Next is the durock. But does the durock go under the fiberglass shower...
06-28-08, 02:44 PM
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durock or not to durock under fiberglass shower?

I had a leak in my upstairs bathroom going to the ceiling of the downstairs bathroom. My wife decided this would be the perfect time to remodel. So I took the walls and floors to the studs and...
06-20-08, 09:56 AM
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bathroom subfloor

Hi all, I just finished removing the subfloor down to the joists, cutting it as close as i could to the 2x4s. I've been doing a lot of reading and everyone has a different idea on how to install the...
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Done, I hope

I ran the water with out the silicone and water started flowing. So I put silicone on and it worked. Since I did this before reading the latest tip I ran it right away, so I hope it will last. ...
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Posted By jmsauco

It came without instructions

It came without instructions
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To silicone or not to silicone

So, does that mean I do not need silicone?
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installing drain flange

Hello all, the drain flange came with a couple of rubber gaskets. One goes under the sink and the other between the sink and the flange. So since the sink is cultured marble I was going to use...
12-16-07, 03:47 PM
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Posted By jmsauco

I found out the problem. The outlet closest to...

I found out the problem. The outlet closest to the switch had to have both white wires coming into the box together then pigtailed to the outlet.
Thanks all.
12-16-07, 12:25 PM
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There are two separate lights controlled by the...

There are two separate lights controlled by the same switch, which I did not touch. The sconce has three lights and they all operate at the same time. The outlet closest to the switch has two black...
12-16-07, 11:47 AM
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My living room lights won't turn off.

Hello all. I painted a wall, so I removed a sconce and three outlets. I thought I replaced all the wires correctly but I guess not because the only way to turn both lights off is by flipping the...
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I decided to look at it again and there seemed to...

I decided to look at it again and there seemed to be a loose wire on the second box it is a thermostat by the way, it says it on it. But unlike the other thermostat this one does not have a 70 t o...
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attic exhaust fan

When I first moved in to this house the attic exhaust fan was one of many things that did not seem to work. After a very strong downpour I saw some water under it so I decided to fill it up with...
08-05-07, 08:43 AM
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Thanks for the advice.

Thanks for the advice.
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