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Hi, Taking even one chain link of slack...

Hi,

Taking even one chain link of slack between the arm and flapper causes the flapper to not seat properly. 3 links kept it raised a bit so the tank wouldn't fill. The arm is not perfectly...
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Toilet Flush Problem

Hello,

I've reviewed many other posts on this topic but the problems don't seem to quite match mine.

A toilet on the ground-level of my home (bi-level, so no basement) has recently stopped...
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Found the problem

Hi all,

I found a few screws had come loose from the drain cover beneath the lower spray arm when I took a closer look under there. The seal beneath was poking out because of the loose screws. I...
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Kenmore Dishwasher leaks while draining

Hello,

My Kenmore dishwasher leaks from the bottom of the door a little while running the wash cycle and A LOT when draining. I removed the lower panels to confirm that the water is not coming...
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Flat paint over eggshell

Hello,

I plan to put a flat latex paint (white) over an eggshell finish (off-white). The eggshell has been on the ceiling for 6+ years now. Do I need to prime or sand / scuff the eggshell prior...
06-22-06, 06:32 PM
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Answers

No, the ducts are not insulated. My house is a bi-level, so the ducts and furnace / blower are in a full-size utility space on the lower level. The AC unit is outside. I do have a whole house...
06-22-06, 06:10 PM
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Question Condensation on inside ducts

Hello,

When I run my AC, the ducts surrounding the blower drip with condensation. It appears to be on the outbound ducts, and not on the return duct.

There is a round hole in one of the...
01-29-06, 02:46 PM
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Unhappy 3-way switch - lights always on

Hello,

I wired a light between 2 3-way switches as follows:

source - switch1 - light - switch2

The black wire from the source is wired to the common terminal of switch1

The white wire...
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