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06-04-19, 07:53 PM
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Posted By ITSANSS

PJ, Nope...these outlets don't have the push...

PJ,

Nope...these outlets don't have the push in terminal option. Screw only option.


Ray,

Digital multimeter.
06-04-19, 06:48 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 556
Posted By ITSANSS

Outlet Gone Haywire

Hey, guys...thought I'd share a recent adventure.

So I've got a shed out back that I've been doing some renovating on and one of the projects I've done is wire in a subpanel, outlets, and a...
03-05-18, 05:09 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 547
Posted By ITSANSS

New 240v circuit question

Hey, yall. Recently acquired a welder. Its 240v 50a. I had two spaces left in my load Center for a new circuit. Yay! Well, Ive also got some leftover wire from a previous project that Im gonna...
Replies: 5
Views: 961
Posted By ITSANSS

RE: It looks like the depot sells a replacement...

RE: It looks like the depot sells a replacement for it. It doesn't look terribly expensive at $8 and you could use it until the new one arrived from P/P.

Price Pfister 910-031 Ceramic Replacement...
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Views: 961
Posted By ITSANSS

So I went back through my records and figured out...

So I went back through my records and figured out that I installed this faucet October 3, 2013. Narrowed down my receipt search greatly by knowing this date. I located my receipt! It's a Price...
Replies: 5
Views: 961
Posted By ITSANSS

Price Pfister Cartridge ID

Hoping ya'll could help me ID this cartridge from one of my sinks. It's a kitchen sink. Seriously wish I knew what model it was as that would probably get me the exact info. I need. Anyway, it's...
Replies: 3
Views: 887
Posted By ITSANSS

Feel your pain and frustration. I have a similar...

Feel your pain and frustration. I have a similar situation at my house. Luckily I have not seen any mold problems. I put a sump pump in the crawl space and run a garden hose to outside the house...
12-13-14, 06:28 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,175
Posted By ITSANSS

We checked the breakers when we were over there...

We checked the breakers when we were over there the other night. All were turned on. Turned everything off and then back on thinking maybe it would reset or something, but didn't work.

I'll have...
12-12-14, 04:46 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,175
Posted By ITSANSS

GFCI outlets tripped in entire house

Asking for a friend. Just bought a new house (built in 2006) in southwest Oklahoma. Moving in today.

Every GFCI outlet in the house is tripped and cannot be reset. What would cause this? Also,...
07-01-14, 03:14 PM
Replies: 1
Views: 892
Posted By ITSANSS

Utility closet doors

I am going to replace several interior utility closet doors. These doors do NOT need to be vented. I really want them to match my other brand new doors, which are 6 panel doors. The only ones I'm...
Replies: 3
Views: 825
Posted By ITSANSS

That's awesome news! I could make it work another...

That's awesome news! I could make it work another way if it did not drain while submerged, but my original plan, I think, is much better. Haha

The trench drain is definitely higher than the end of...
Replies: 3
Views: 825
Posted By ITSANSS

Trench drain

I'll be installing a trench drain in my backyard sometime this year. I'm getting a picture of what it will look like, what I'll need, etc. before I pull the trigger and do this thing. I've pretty...
Replies: 3
Views: 5,814
Posted By ITSANSS

I think the expanded metal would pretty much stay...

I think the expanded metal would pretty much stay in place by itself. It's fairly heavy material. Where the drain is going, I've never seen any "rushing" water. Mostly just pooling with nowhere...
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Views: 5,814
Posted By ITSANSS

Home made channel drain?

When I first bought the house, the sun room in the back of the house flooded when it rained. I have since made a couple of changes that has made it to where it no longer floods, but there is still a...
Forum: Water Heaters
04-23-14, 04:54 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,912
Posted By ITSANSS

Thanks for the replies, guys! I'm having...

Thanks for the replies, guys!

I'm having trouble finding a calculator to figure on how much space I need and/or if I need additional vents.

I know from a friends personal experience that carbon...
Forum: Water Heaters
04-20-14, 06:40 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,912
Posted By ITSANSS

Water Heater Closet - Ceilings?

Hello from southwest Oklahoma.

I've certainly not seen a million water heater closets, but most that I can picture in my mind have been unfinished with no ceiling. Well, this house I just bought...
03-23-14, 06:52 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 9,446
Posted By ITSANSS

Thanks, Ray. By the way, whereabouts in TX are...

Thanks, Ray. By the way, whereabouts in TX are you? I'm 30 miles from TX border here in OK.

Still need to know how many conductors I'll need to run from main panel to subpanels.

I've found...
03-23-14, 06:23 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 9,446
Posted By ITSANSS

It's all becoming clear now! Getting an idea of...

It's all becoming clear now! Getting an idea of what kind of shopping list I'll need to make for the next holiday sale at Sutherlands. Many thanks to ya'll!

I think I need just one more answer...
03-22-14, 12:48 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 9,446
Posted By ITSANSS

Tolyn Ironhand, "Not sure why that is. If...

Tolyn Ironhand,

"Not sure why that is. If you just installed lugs you would need to run wire sized for 200 amps. Sounds like you don't need that size of feeder so this will be...
03-22-14, 11:44 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 9,446
Posted By ITSANSS

PFmax, Lugs as in the large ports where...

PFmax,

Lugs as in the large ports where the main wires from the electric meter go into the panel before the 200A breaker. Sorry about my limited terminology, Im just a DIYer!!

Crud! I...
03-22-14, 09:44 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 9,446
Posted By ITSANSS

Installing sub feed lugs

Installed a new 40 space, 40 circuit Square D QO load center on my house. I also have two outbuildings that I would like to run power to. For the simplest, cheapest, and most aesthetically pleasing...
Replies: 4
Views: 6,134
Posted By ITSANSS

IMO having a crawlspace access door under the...

IMO having a crawlspace access door under the washer is a bad location - involves a lot of work if you need to get under the house to check/fix something. Is there a reason you couldn't install an...
Replies: 4
Views: 6,134
Posted By ITSANSS

Hiding crawl space access

Just bought a new old house (1960s) and I've finally located the crawl space to underneath the house. There are two accesses actually, one for one side of the stem wall and one for the other. One...
Replies: 6
Views: 19,978
Posted By ITSANSS

Pulpo, Not a bad idea to give them a call. ...

Pulpo,

Not a bad idea to give them a call. Certainly can't hurt....

XSleeper,

That was exactly one of my first ideas as to how to save some stain....and time!

tldoug,
Replies: 6
Views: 19,978
Posted By ITSANSS

Thinning stain?

I'm staining a new wooden privacy fence with Sherwin Williams' Exterior Woodscapes House Stain, Exterior Acrylic Solid Color (Ember in color).

The coverage for this stain is supposed to be...
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