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Posted By Pilot Dane

Because of COVID I couldn't get bleach or outdoor...

Because of COVID I couldn't get bleach or outdoor cleaners with bleach to do my sorta regular house pressure washing. This spring I tried just with a pressure washer and it got 75% off but you could...
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Posted By marksr

I usually spray a bleach solution on it, let it...

I usually spray a bleach solution on it, let it set but not dry and then use a pressure washer to rinse it. When that doesn't get it good enough I often use 409, Greased Lightning or similar and hand...
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Posted By Marq1

Agree, tire cleaner is what I use all the time. I...

Agree, tire cleaner is what I use all the time. I use one of the large industrial spray bottles and a brush like this and it cuts right through all the grime that collects on the gutters. They have...
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Posted By joecaption

There's mold all over everything. I'd spray it...

There's mold all over everything.
I'd spray it down with bleach and water 50/50 with a pump sprayer, or use a pressure washer with the spray nozzle and use bleach on the suction line, wait an hour...
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Posted By XSleeper

They changed the formulation some years back, so...

They changed the formulation some years back, so I doubt its as good as it once was, but Westley's Blech-wite used to be the bomb for cleaning stains off gutters. Its a white wall tire cleaner. Wet...
06-03-21, 12:34 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Yes, it is probably similar to that video. You...

Yes, it is probably similar to that video. You use your hand to press on the jamb just above the window while you pull it forward.
06-02-21, 06:15 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

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05-31-21, 04:36 AM
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Posted By jrsick

Your "bad" window should have a metal pin on each...

Your "bad" window should have a metal pin on each side of the lower sash. This pin will fit inside the groove in the side jambs. You'll need to get those pins inserted into the lower rings of those...
05-30-21, 10:44 AM
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Posted By XSleeper

You would need to raise a good window up a few...

You would need to raise a good window up a few inches then tip it down by pushing the spring loaded jambs to the side as you pull the sash in. Do that on each side to tip it down. Then examine the...
05-30-21, 05:12 AM
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Posted By johnam

One or both balances may be broken. If you...

One or both balances may be broken. If you didn't put the Armor All at the top of the tracks, they may be staying up by friction. If they are free falling toward the bottom, the Armor All is doing...
05-30-21, 03:03 AM
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Posted By jrsick

Have you checked to see if you have counterweight...

Have you checked to see if you have counterweight springs in the window tracks?
05-30-21, 02:30 AM
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Posted By marksr

Most any solvent along with elbow grease should...

Most any solvent along with elbow grease should remove the silicon. It's not uncommon for folks with old windows to use a stick to hold the window up, just cut one to the desired height. I'd want...
05-29-21, 05:24 PM
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Posted By Marq1

You coated them with a silicon compound, you can...

You coated them with a silicon compound, you can try removing with an aresol solvent or give it some time to revert!
05-21-21, 02:49 PM
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Posted By CasualJoe

A washer, yes, on a temporary basis. A dryer,...

A washer, yes, on a temporary basis. A dryer, refer to what Geo said above. Extension cords are only for temporary use. You need to install the appropriate receptacles when using an extension cord...
05-21-21, 12:39 PM
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Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, unless your dryer is gas there is no way to...

Hi, unless your dryer is gas there is no way to use that cord.
Geo 🇺🇸
05-21-21, 08:59 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Look closely at the cord. It should have some...

Look closely at the cord. It should have some information embossed into the plastic. I would want a cord that is at least 14ga but 12ga would be better.
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Posted By PJmax

As long as no one can reach it and put their...

As long as no one can reach it and put their finger in..... it will be fine.

The quality of those sockets is questionable. They are replaceable however.
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Posted By PJmax

That's a Casio 1330. It uses a SR920SW battery....

That's a Casio 1330. It uses a SR920SW battery. The back unsnaps..... but not easily.
Unfortunately Amazon has that watch for $11-15 and the battery itself will be at least half of that.
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Posted By maarkr

a watch jeweler can help you. The back prob does...

a watch jeweler can help you. The back prob does unscrew but you have to press hard and turn,,, a jeweler has a nifty thing to get them off.
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Posted By PJmax

Usually a headlight bulb is good or bad. If it...

Usually a headlight bulb is good or bad. If it was dim.... that would indicate a poor electrical connection. If the headlights are all even now.... then just removing and reinstalling the plug on the...
07-16-20, 05:27 AM
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Posted By Norm201

The reason for this is start-up draw of multiple...

The reason for this is start-up draw of multiple appliance could possible trip the breaker or if all appliance are running at the same it could overload the circuit and wire capacity.
07-16-20, 05:18 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

I occasionally like to run my hand down the...

I occasionally like to run my hand down the extension cord when there is a high load on it. Sometimes you can feel a slight warmth which could be OK but if it's hot or the plug or socket is hot that...
07-15-20, 04:46 PM
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Posted By PJmax

Most of those cords are 14/3 and rated at 15...

Most of those cords are 14/3 and rated at 15 amps. They are good for air conditioners as well as dehumidifiers.
A cord plugged into a three slot receptacle is considered to be connected to an earth...
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