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Ski Doo Blowing Bulbs

I have a 1996 Ski Doo Touring LE 440cc fan with 1800 miles & electric start. At the end of last season, a headlight bulb blew, I replaced it, and the second one blew. I then installed a new...
01-12-05, 12:16 PM
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Remove Vinyl Flooring

I am removing Vinyl tiles and installing laminate flooring (+ underlay) in the kitchen.

1. Is there an easy way to remove tiles?

2. Can levelling compound be used to correct irregularities...
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Basement Bath

I am planning on installing a toilet/sink in the basement. Iíve read about the Saniflo, a macerating toilet, and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this product. It seems that the...
06-21-04, 06:02 PM
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Question Trusses?

I am building a 12x12 addition on a cottage. The cottage has a hip roof and is approx 24'x30'. The addition will be along one of the 30' sides making it "L" shaped. I'd like to use scissor trusses...
06-18-04, 03:46 AM
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Smile Solved

Great! That will work for me and give me another two circuits.

Thanks for the advice!
06-17-04, 08:17 AM
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When you said "This box is fed by a piece of 12/3...

When you said "This box is fed by a piece of 12/3 with ground that attaches to the 240 volt twistlock connector on the generator.", did you use a twistlock and hook the 12/3 to it, using just one of...
06-16-04, 09:07 AM
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Posted By demmonsp

Gen

Sorry - the receptacle is a 120/240 that requires a twist lock plug, not a pure 240.
06-16-04, 06:03 AM
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Question Generator extension cords

I have a Coleman Powermate generator which has two 120 receptacles and a 240. Can I make an extension cord for the 240 that will enable me to use 120 from it? It seems to have a "floating"...
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Thumbs up New one Works!

I took your advice and exchanged the unit. The new one is OK. The original problem might have been my fault. The manual says to run the unit for 20 mins at no load (with the bleeder valve open) to...
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Thanks: That's the one. Not a great...

Thanks:

That's the one. Not a great product, but for my needs, enough capacity if it works!!

I'll return it and let you know about the new one.
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Thanks: Sorry - I can't check the voltage...

Thanks:

Sorry - I can't check the voltage while it's running because it won't run. There are no other appliances on the circuit. The only bleed valve seems to be on the bottom of the tank itself...
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Air Compressor won't run

I bought an air compressor today at CTC, (2 hp/6 gal.) assembled the wheel kit, hoses, etc., plugged it in, and it ran fine for 2-3 cycles. Now, it won't start when the pressure gets to the point...
05-22-04, 04:10 AM
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Posted By demmonsp

Problem Solved!!

Thanks again for the advice! I replaced the GFCI and the problem disappeared!
05-19-04, 04:41 AM
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Smile Here's Hoping!!

Thanks. Both the fan and GFI are new, but I have a spare GFI and will try it. What had puzzled me was that the GFCI only tripped at the instant the fan switch was turned off.
05-18-04, 06:59 PM
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Posted By demmonsp

Unhappy Occasional Short Circuit

My basement bathroom is has a light and an exhaust fan which are fed through a GFCI. The light and fan are separately switched but are both powered from the load side of the GFCI. SOMETIMES, when...
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