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On your size deck I would be tempted to simply...

On your size deck I would be tempted to simply replace all the rail posts instead of sanding them. The other option is to do semi transparent on the floor and sold on the rails.

I'm dealing with...
02-19-14, 12:07 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Were the holes for the hinges pre-drilled? To me...

Were the holes for the hinges pre-drilled? To me it looks like the counter-sunk screws are not turned in all the way. See where they are hitting the door in your picture?

Did they come with the...
02-19-14, 09:10 AM
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Posted By IamJon

Can you force a regen cycle? See if it pulls...

Can you force a regen cycle? See if it pulls brine during regen. Make sure hose isn't clogged or pinched from brine tank to softener. If your timer is broken it could just not have regen'd in a...
09-28-13, 02:54 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Iron was 3. Hardness was around 25. I have...

Iron was 3.

Hardness was around 25. I have it set to 37.

Sxt

Note sure what you mean by salt setting.
09-27-13, 10:17 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Hmm... didnt expect it to be a common issue but I...

Hmm... didnt expect it to be a common issue but I googled it and found great info on minspectapedia.com.

Probably bact growth in my softener. I have a 48k with 2 adults plus baby so im guessing I...
09-27-13, 09:57 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Strong sulfur smell post regen, dual tank system.

When my softener switches tanks during a regen there is a strong sulfur smell for probably about 50 gallons. It eventually flushes out. I have high iron. Does this mean I have bacteria growing in...
05-17-13, 07:12 PM
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Posted By IamJon

I'm in between suburbia and country. I might do...

I'm in between suburbia and country. I might do the clover thing. I actually like clover and kids like to look for the lucky 4 leaves :) .

Did you mean 10Y? As in yards of soil? My yard is .45...
05-17-13, 05:18 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Do it myself or call professional? Pictures

My lawn is pretty bad right now. They removed a pool and planted grass, but left the straw too long and most of it is bare. I have large areas covered in weeds with no grass, and lots of bare...
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Posted By IamJon

I came to say what the_tow_guy said. Modern...

I came to say what the_tow_guy said. Modern synthetic oil lasts very long and typically gets dirty before it breaks down.
04-06-13, 08:59 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Any updates? Looks like it will be a boring...

Any updates?

Looks like it will be a boring end to an interesting problem.

So were all the failing circuits on the same leg? Cause it sounds like your new panel was loaded up on one leg and...
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Posted By IamJon

I agree with Marksr. My car says 30psi, but oem...

I agree with Marksr. My car says 30psi, but oem tires are 40 max psi. The tires I buy are 44 max. I fill my tires to about 35psi.

I've also had the kid at the tire store inflate my tires to max...
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Posted By IamJon

It's actually a 2003, not 1993. Any...

It's actually a 2003, not 1993.

Any maintenance or tuning I should do while I have the valves exposed?
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Posted By IamJon

Valve cover won't budge - 03 Civic

I can't get my valve cover to budge. Cover has 5 bolts - 2 in back and 3 in front.

The back ones will pull out about 4" but not remove completely.

The front ones will pull out about 1" but...
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Posted By IamJon

Lubed it with some CLP and a cotton swab. It...

Lubed it with some CLP and a cotton swab. It works.
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Posted By IamJon

I'm not really following what you're saying about...

I'm not really following what you're saying about the front and back edge of the vertical leg.

This brick was the second course down from the soldiered course. It's all finished now so nothing...
04-02-13, 07:11 AM
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Posted By IamJon

I've thought about this a bit over the last...

I've thought about this a bit over the last couple days. The best thing to do is, if you had an electrician do the work for your kitchen, tell them about your issue and have them come take a look. ...
03-31-13, 04:34 PM
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Posted By IamJon

Are any of these GFCI breakers or receptacles? ...

Are any of these GFCI breakers or receptacles? Or those newer breakers that have the neutral wired to ground or whatever?
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Posted By IamJon

V across the terminals = 0. The transformer case...

V across the terminals = 0. The transformer case was also a toasted dark brown color.

I'll purchase one online to replace it and see if that gets it functioning. Shouldn't cost too much.
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Posted By IamJon

I had never heard of door walls until I moved to...

I had never heard of door walls until I moved to michigan.

I'll try lubing it. It's in my baby's "safe room" and I don't have anything non-drippy around the house so I'll have to buy something. ...
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Posted By IamJon

Genie Intellicode H2000C - 24V power supply bad - new supply or new opener?

I could not get my garage door opener to work... found the 24V supply was bad. In your opinion, would it be worth it to try and replace the 24V supply or just go with an all new opener?
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Posted By IamJon

I have two others that are installed the same...

I have two others that are installed the same way. When I start pushing the lever, I can reach in and pull the latch out, but it won't come out on it's own like it's supposed to unless adjusted all...
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Posted By IamJon

Sliding door latch not functioning

One of my doorwall latches aren't latching right. When I push the handle, it's suppoed to pop the latch out, then move up and lock in. There's an adjustment screw to bring the latch in and out, but...
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Posted By IamJon

Thanks for the reply. This picture was of an...

Thanks for the reply. This picture was of an unfinished job. I was only talking about the lack of mortar filling the vertical gap and wanted to get some info before I talked to him about it.

He...
03-26-13, 01:19 PM
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Posted By IamJon

I have my final rinse set to 9 minutes. I have a...

I have my final rinse set to 9 minutes. I have a 48000g softener with a resin upgrade. Paperwork recommended 8 min final rinse, but I had the same problem as you so I upped it to 9 min.

My...
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Posted By IamJon

Is my mason ripping me off with this mortar job?

Or is this somehow part of the process for mortaring brick?

ETA: Also, the amount of bricks he quoted as replacing is quickly rising. Should I be asking him to save the bricks so I can view them...
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