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Posted By bomber410

KCINTH is such a huge help!

He came up with a wiring scheme that is right on the money. He showed me how to better take advantage of the features available on my components. I'm now using s-video and optical for audio between...
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Posted By bomber410

We want the option of running the DVD through the...

We want the option of running the DVD through the TV for simple viewing of movies. Sometimes we just don't want the whole surround sound thing.

I have tried hooking it up and it can be a hit or...
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Posted By bomber410

I have the component diagrams of the back panels

If someone is willing to look at them. I have them in a single MS Word document - TV, Cable, DVD and A/V Receiver.
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Posted By bomber410

I will print out your directions and give this a...

I will print out your directions and give this a try. I'll report back in the next day on the results. Thanks!
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Posted By bomber410

Help with component hookup

I need your help with the wiring scheme for hooking up my components. It's dizzying trying to get it all straight.

Here is what I have:
1. Mitsubishi projection TV - HD ready
2. Motorola HD...
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Posted By bomber410

I'll give each a try later this weekend and let...

I'll give each a try later this weekend and let you know how the floor turns out. Thanks again for the advice.
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Posted By bomber410

Thanks for the quick reply. I will give the...

Thanks for the quick reply. I will give the 50/50 mix a try. I don't think the floor is worn from traffic. I expect it is soap residue. I really appreciate the help.
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Posted By bomber410

Repair dull finish to laminate wood floor

Our laminate wood floor now has a dull finish. I'm sure it's from using soap. Is there any way to restore the finish? Can a polish be applied?
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Posted By bomber410

A bit more information regarding the crack

Because it is such a fine crack, only just started and hasn't split, it is not possible to get even very fine sand into the crack.
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Posted By bomber410

Hairline crack in concrete walkway

I did see a similar question asked when I searched this forum. I am hoping to get a more complete answer to my question.

We have a concrete walkway. It's a low traffic area and the walkway is...
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Posted By bomber410

How to clean motor oil out of bicycling shoes

My boyfriend spilled motor oil in the back of his van. Some of it got inside his cycling shoes. He doesn't want to throw them away since they are newish and not cheap. What's the best way to clean...
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Posted By bomber410

Thanks for the detailed and useful information. I've printed it out.

Taking it to my dad. I'll see if I can use it to sway him to use a programmable thermostat.
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Posted By bomber410

Antique floor damaged by plastic office mat

OK, I don't want to hear how STUPID I AM!!!! OKAY??? I'm a little testy. :wall:

Yes I was warned. It was suggested by a friend that may be, just may be those little spikes, those many, many,...
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Posted By bomber410

Temperature management for heating efficiency

I am one who has programmable thermostats. My father is the one who keeps his little bungalow at a constant 68 F. I would like to prove to him that he won't save money by keeping the temperature...
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Posted By bomber410

Thermostat setting - one temp and leave it or variable?

Which way saves fuel consumption?
1. Setting the zone/house temperature to 68 F and leaving it or
2. Vary the temperature for time of day, e.g. turn it down to 56 F for sleeping and when away and...
02-07-05, 05:28 AM
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Posted By bomber410

Caring for old steel hinges

I have steel hinges that were paint covered. I've removed the paint and would like to treat the hinges so they don't rust so easily. Do I use an oil or some type of spray?
02-01-05, 10:48 AM
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Posted By bomber410

Small hole in wall very appealing.

Sounds like I need to get my list of brands/models in order and price them out. Not cheap but could be well worth it. Thanks for the info.
02-01-05, 09:03 AM
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Posted By bomber410

Re: Mini split

Thank you both for the quick responses. However, the design of the mini-split will not work for the specific room. I have two windows in the room. They have inside pocket shutters which I keep...
02-01-05, 05:00 AM
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Posted By bomber410

Question Free standing air conditioner AC ???

I am in the market for a free standing air conditioner. I want to use it this summer in my home office while closing the room off from the rest of the house. I don't want to cool the entire house...
11-30-04, 06:14 PM
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Posted By bomber410

Here is a link to a newly create, very primitive website.

http://home.comcast.net/~deboracole/wsb/html/view.cgi-home.html-.html

click on Photos link at the top of the page.
11-30-04, 05:21 PM
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Posted By bomber410

The bathroom is finished and the floor looks and feels great.

It feels solid and stable. Pictures are coming as soon as I can set up a website. :-) It seems I cannot post a picture here. Be back in a bit.
11-03-04, 09:01 AM
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Posted By bomber410

Playing in mud - pictures to follow

Regrettably we did not take pictures of the floor once we got down to the floor boards and steps along the way. We can take pictures of the mud floor.

Scott is very good at playing in mud but...
11-02-04, 06:45 PM
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Posted By bomber410

Update

It is nice and level. However, there was a small section (1 ft x 2 ft) that wouldn't set and was very sandy. It was part of a larger section that did set which was odd. We talked with another...
11-01-04, 06:43 PM
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Posted By bomber410

Mud floor is down but question

We completed the mud floor last night. It's been a solid 24 hours. The mud was relatively dry and could be molded into a snow ball. 24 hours later, the surface is still scratchable and has not...
10-30-04, 07:44 PM
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Posted By bomber410

We're down to the original subfloor

Didn't make any great finds other than incredible nails and old pine flooring (not reusable).

Now we are down to the original subfloor - more pine planks with lots of holes from early plumbing...
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