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I can't get it to spin at all... when i can get...

I can't get it to spin at all... when i can get it to turn on it won't do anything when I hold the start button in.
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ah, OK... I can't get it to spin at all so I...

ah, OK... I can't get it to spin at all so I guess that explains why I'm not getting anything to the motor board. Checked continuity in the motor last night, ohmed out just fine.

according to the...
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Thanks. Should I have 120 to the motor board at...

Thanks. Should I have 120 to the motor board at all times? I know I have 120 to the machine control board, but I was not getting a reading at all down at the motor control board. I wasn't sure if the...
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Whirlpool Duet Washer - WFW9400VE01 - Error F70/Won't Turn On

Hi,

I own a Whirlpool Duet Washing Machine (and dryer, but the washing machine is what I need help with). It is model number WFW9400VE01.

Here is the problem I'm having: A few days ago the...
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Posted By jlritten

thanks for the comments. I can add a little more...

thanks for the comments. I can add a little more input. A friend of mine is who picked the equipment out, if you have suggestions.. I'd be happy to hear them!

Here are two links to the layout of...
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New Install (Heating & A/C Ducting System) >Clarifying Title<

Installing New System
Installing a new system in a house. Ripped out the oil burner/baseboards they had, switching to forced air. Installing the following:

1. AC - Payne PA13NA - 13 Seer - Unit...
09-13-11, 05:47 PM
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Posted By jlritten

Thanks much for the advice. Here's what the...

Thanks much for the advice.

Here's what the combustion chamber is looking like. I assume the cracks are typical... and that I can just vac the soot off the bottom. Do I need to worry about...
09-12-11, 06:35 PM
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Hi, sorry to bring an old thread back from the...

Hi, sorry to bring an old thread back from the dead, but I had another question. As you a probably aware, the northern east coast got quite a bit of rain recently. I got quite a bit of water in my...
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Interesting, I didn't think of that. Though my...

Interesting, I didn't think of that. Though my attic is finished so it would have to go through that as well.

I'm fairly certain that I won't be able to fit another flue inside of the existing...
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Chimney Question

Hi Everyone,

Hopefully this question isn't too stupid.

I am considering a wood burning stove for next winter. I am paying quite a bit of money to barely heat my SMALL house right now, so I'm...
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I've thought about that too, I may look into...

I've thought about that too, I may look into that. thanks!
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Posted By jlritten

190 degrees 12-14PSI sorry, it's a...

190 degrees
12-14PSI



sorry, it's a 110



Boiler heats my water too, I'm not sure what that's set at though. I can tell you when I take a shower I rarely have enough hot water at first to...
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understood, I'll poke around see what I can find....

understood, I'll poke around see what I can find. I am fairly confident that everything is running properly, just seems crazy to pay $1,800 (assuming we don't have a long winter) just to heat a 900...
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Burnham RSA 110114-175 (I think) I'll...

Burnham RSA 110114-175 (I think)


I'll check this when I get home tonight


Copper Fin


First Floor, Hallway area at center of house
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Couple Questions - Boiler Efficiency + Baseboard vs Radiator

Hi, I am living in my first home with an Oil Burner Boiler and just had a couple questions.

1. What's normal usage for these? i have a pretty small house that is being heated. About 900 Square...
10-21-10, 05:36 PM
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Posted By jlritten

got it, thanks again! I appreciate it!

got it, thanks again! I appreciate it!
10-21-10, 09:39 AM
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Hi, I have another question. I am not going to...

Hi, I have another question. I am not going to have my kitchen ready in time to get the new baseboard in before I need heat. Am I able to just cap the pipes off in the basement that I cut to remove...
10-15-10, 02:40 PM
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Posted By jlritten

Dishwasher

Hi Guys,

I have another question...

I don't have the space to install a dishwasher on the same side as my sink. How hard is it to install one on the opposite side? electric/clean water is...
10-13-10, 07:56 PM
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Posted By jlritten

good point, I wasn't really considering the dust,...

good point, I wasn't really considering the dust, i was just focused on the paint... I'm doing a tile floor so cleaning the dust out of the cracks would be a pain/impossible. I'll stick to the...
10-13-10, 07:37 PM
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Posted By jlritten

What to do first

Hi,

I am remodeling my kitchen. I am pretty much done with the demolition and just about to start the construction. My current question is: is there a preference when it comes to putting the floor...
08-11-10, 06:14 PM
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Posted By jlritten

excellent, thank you!!!! I have a friend who...

excellent, thank you!!!!

I have a friend who is a plumber so I'll probably have him assist me with the soldering. Just didn't want to get him involved with the draining and what not cause I...
08-11-10, 05:23 AM
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Posted By jlritten

I was able to drain it last night before I went...

I was able to drain it last night before I went to bed, and still take a shower this morning. :thumbup:

Thanks for the help.

Just one last question, when it comes time to put the one baseboard...
08-10-10, 07:29 PM
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Posted By jlritten

that is correct, there is a valve above the green...

that is correct, there is a valve above the green flowcheck... I'll give it a try tomorrow night... shut the valve above the flowcheck, and the valve above the circulator, and then open the bib above...
08-10-10, 06:57 PM
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Posted By jlritten

http://i942.photobucket.com/albums/ad264/jlritten/...

http://i942.photobucket.com/albums/ad264/jlritten/Heating/7.jpg

Theres a picture including the expansion tank... I see the valve above the reducing valve that you are talking about. I should close...
08-10-10, 06:52 AM
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Posted By jlritten

Hi, We gave it a try last night but was...

Hi,

We gave it a try last night but was un-successful. I thought I could just drain the Heating portion of the boiler and not affect the domestic water portion. Is this accurate or must I...
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