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Posted By RSKadish

Hi CircuitBreaker, Thanks for the help. I...

Hi CircuitBreaker,

Thanks for the help. I don't want to buy a used socket from you right now. I appreciate the offer!

Best regards,
- Steve
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Posted By RSKadish

Hi CircuitBreaker, Thanks! I do use the...

Hi CircuitBreaker,

Thanks! I do use the three-way bulbs in the lamp.

Best regards,
- Steve
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Posted By RSKadish

Hi Zorfdt, Thanks! I think I will replace...

Hi Zorfdt,

Thanks! I think I will replace the whole housing socket as you suggest. As for flickering, there is flickering when I turn the switch knob and the socket jiggles around. That's why I...
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Posted By RSKadish

Question Loose socket in table lamp

Hi all,

I have a cheap three-way table lamp that absolutely devours bulbs. Sometimes bulbs will last for months, but other times one filament burns out in days. The lamp has a plastic socket...
10-02-20, 02:16 PM
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Views: 944
Posted By RSKadish

Hi all, Thanks. Due to the fact that the...

Hi all,

Thanks. Due to the fact that the blind has other blinds on either side and a large valance without much space behind, I wasn't sure how well I'd be able to get photos. I ended up seeking...
10-01-20, 07:20 AM
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Views: 944
Posted By RSKadish

Hello all, Thanks for the advice and the...

Hello all,

Thanks for the advice and the manual! I've attached two photos of the top of the blinds but I'm honestly not sure how helpful they are.

Best regards,
- Steve
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09-30-20, 07:28 AM
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Posted By RSKadish

Question Uninstalling Hunter Douglas wooden blinds

Hi all,

I have custom-cut Hunter Douglas 2-inch slat horizontal wooden blinds that were installed for me about ten years ago. One of them, which is 60 inches and very heavy, has had to be...
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Posted By RSKadish

Thanks very much, Pete! I really appreciate you...

Thanks very much, Pete! I really appreciate you providing those links.

Best regards,
- Steve
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Views: 140
Posted By RSKadish

Looking for a replacement Hunter receiver

Hi all,
I'm trying to find replacement remote receiver for an old Hunter ceiling fan. It's a Sonic 50" fan, model #21591-380, and the receiver recently went "pop" after ten years. It's the type...
02-09-20, 04:53 PM
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Posted By RSKadish

Fantastic! Thanks very much once again.

Fantastic! Thanks very much once again.
02-09-20, 06:53 AM
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Views: 1,474
Posted By RSKadish

Hi Marq1, Got it. Thanks. The part I'm...

Hi Marq1,

Got it. Thanks. The part I'm still confused about is how to patch the holes. Is the Bondo thick/viscous enough to do that, and can I sand it afterwards?
02-09-20, 04:50 AM
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Posted By RSKadish

Hi all, Thanks for the great suggestions!...

Hi all,

Thanks for the great suggestions! Given that the window frame is hollow, and that hole in the photo is close to half and inch, I am concerned that if I use a rust converter it will just go...
02-08-20, 07:17 AM
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Posted By RSKadish

Patching holes in rusty metal windowframe

Hi all,

My apartment has windows with old hollow metal frames. I live on a high floor in a co-op building, which means I can't replace the windows. There's a project being discussed to replace...
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Posted By RSKadish

Hi Bud, Thanks. Some of the globes looks...

Hi Bud,

Thanks. Some of the globes looks similar but it's impossible me to tell from those thumbnail images if they would fit my fan. Anyway, I don't really care about getting the exact same...
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Posted By RSKadish

Hi Goldstar, Thanks very much! I looked up...

Hi Goldstar,

Thanks very much! I looked up the term and it does seem like this is a kind of bayonet lock, but Hunter doesn't use that term. I did, however, come across a reference to Hunter...
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Posted By RSKadish

Replacing the globe on a ceiling fan

Hi all,

I have a Hunter "Sonic" 50" Ceiling Fan with a cracked glass globe over the light. Hunter is supposed to be sending me a new one but it's been back-ordered for a good three months...
11-02-09, 08:03 PM
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Views: 1,101
Posted By RSKadish

Right - I'm aware of that. Thanks, though!

Right - I'm aware of that. Thanks, though!
11-02-09, 07:23 PM
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Posted By RSKadish

Thanks guys - there's no landlord here; I own...

Thanks guys - there's no landlord here; I own this apartment.
11-02-09, 06:08 PM
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Views: 1,101
Posted By RSKadish

Thanks very much! I am definitely interested in...

Thanks very much! I am definitely interested in having it always-on. I have a million projects in this apartment, but at some point I'll open up that box and take a look. If separating the feed...
11-02-09, 03:39 PM
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Views: 1,101
Posted By RSKadish

So, it turns out, this was the answer - it's a...

So, it turns out, this was the answer - it's a switched outlet. I never would have thought... even though there are two other switched outlets in this apartment, they are in rooms without overhead...
11-02-09, 08:19 AM
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Views: 1,101
Posted By RSKadish

Hi, Thanks, but I don't know. I charged my...

Hi,

Thanks, but I don't know. I charged my toothbrush in a different outlet last night, and this morning it seemed to be fully charged for the first time in weeks.

- Steve
11-01-09, 09:00 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 1,101
Posted By RSKadish

Devices not getting fully charged by bathroom outlet

Hi all,

I have a strange problem. After I moved into my co-op five weeks ago, I noticed that my electric shaver wasn't holding a charge that well. I just sort of thought that it's battery was...
10-12-09, 08:20 PM
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Views: 15,265
Posted By RSKadish

Thanks, guys! As long as the PVC extenders can...

Thanks, guys! As long as the PVC extenders can be used in metal boxes. I had gotten the impression that they couldn't. With regard to the holes being too big, that's not a problem, all the drywall...
10-11-09, 08:41 PM
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Views: 15,265
Posted By RSKadish

Hi, Can anyone recommend a brand for these? ...

Hi,

Can anyone recommend a brand for these? I'm having a little trouble finding them. Many are designed to work with PVC boxes, and my boxes are metal. Some of the other ones I've seen only...
10-11-09, 08:38 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 899
Posted By RSKadish

Thanks, HotinOKC! I'll give it a try.

Thanks, HotinOKC! I'll give it a try.
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