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closet flange problem

I noticed my toilet rocking so figured my pvc-cast iron closet flange I installed when I re-did my bathroom came un-done. The problem is the replacement flange I got to fit into the cast iron is the...
06-13-11, 09:16 AM
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control switch for my booster pump

Don't know if this is the appropriate place to post this but here it goes. This weekend I replaced my switch housings for my filter pump and booster pump switches. After I put everything back...
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Cartridges? Is this something I have to buy in...

Cartridges? Is this something I have to buy in addition to the valve?
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shower valve help

I am installing this valve BuyPlumbing.net - MOEN Rough-In POSI-TEMP VALVE W/STOPS 62370 (http://www.buyplumbing.net/index.html?pg=pd&_i=M62370)

w/ this diverter BuyPlumbing.net - Moen 3372 Three...
01-25-11, 04:07 PM
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Posted By lnb001

recessed lights above shower

I am doing a bathroom remodel and wanted to install 4 small recessed lights above the shower, one in each corner. The lights are certified for damp locations, which I have come to understand is OK...
12-10-10, 05:35 PM
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Posted By lnb001

problem solved...gfci behind fridge i never knew...

problem solved...gfci behind fridge i never knew was there
12-10-10, 04:59 PM
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Thanks. I'll check for a gfci tomorrow. Chances...

Thanks. I'll check for a gfci tomorrow. Chances are they are hidden behind the fridge or freezer would be my guess, as all other visible ones are regular.
12-10-10, 04:26 PM
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no power to garage receptacles!

About a week ago I noticed one of the receptacles in my garage was not powering the speakers I use when I'm working on my motorcycle. Figuring the breaker was just tripped I made a mental note in...
04-02-10, 07:55 AM
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Will the new ferrule require soldering?

Will the new ferrule require soldering?
04-02-10, 07:30 AM
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copper supply converted to pvc?

I recently installed a new vanity for a family member. During the process I installed a new hot water supply valve beneath the vanity as the old on was leaking. The supply is copper with a sleeve...
12-15-09, 09:47 AM
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Thanks for the help. I'll run the wire for the...

Thanks for the help. I'll run the wire for the dedicated GFCI and wait to add the sub-panel later...too much work for this week.
12-15-09, 07:16 AM
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The model number is QO140M200C. I would think it...

The model number is QO140M200C. I would think it would be rated for tandem breakers. I had an addition put on the house this summer which is when the new panel was installed and had to pass...
12-15-09, 06:43 AM
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able to use a tandem?

I need to add a gfci receptacle to my bathroom on a dedicated 20-amp circuit. My panel is full, so I was going to switch a full breaker with a tandem breaker. There are currently other tandems on...
12-14-09, 12:35 PM
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I double checked and the existing wires are...

I double checked and the existing wires are 12-gauge. I then traced the wire coming out of the breaker and it appears everything is in 12-gauge. All I got off the panel was that it is a Square D QO...
12-14-09, 09:23 AM
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I noticed the existing wires are 12 gauge. Could...

I noticed the existing wires are 12 gauge. Could I replace the current 15-amp breaker with a 20-amp then make all the necessary connections? So far, I have concluded that this circuit powers the...
12-14-09, 08:17 AM
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Posted By lnb001

So i have established that a 20-amp circuit is...

So i have established that a 20-amp circuit is required for the GFCI receptacle. Could I run 12/2 wire from a spare fuse on my circuit panel up to the bathroom and use that for my receptacle? And...
12-14-09, 07:53 AM
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Posted By lnb001

My mistake, it's been awhile since I have done...

My mistake, it's been awhile since I have done any wiring and for some reason I was thinking white was hot. To answer your question, there is a wall switch to control the light. It appears that the...
12-13-09, 03:06 PM
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Posted By lnb001

receptacle from all-time hot

I am in the process of remodeling a bathroom. The existing lighting fixture was a light/receptacle combo so out of the wall I have a copper ground, a white hot, a black neutral, and a red that I...
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how do i know an engine rebuild is necessary?

I have a 1984 Honda VF700F Interceptor I bought for $100. Ignition is stripped, gas tank is off, pretty much anything that would allow me to try to start the bike normally is gone. How can I test...
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squeaking noise and burnt rubber smell

I was in the McDonalds drivethru today and my truck stalled in neutral (its a 5 speed). I started back up and i hear this constant squeaking noise from under the hood. After I pull out of the...
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anybody got any ideas? -lucas

anybody got any ideas?

-lucas
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'92 toyota pickup, both headlights brand new ...

'92 toyota pickup, both headlights brand new

-lucas
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high beams don't stay on

When I pull back on the control stick as if I am flashing the high beams, they come on. But if i push the control stick forward as if I am turning the high beams on, both headlights go off but the...
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Walls are 83" high, shed is exactly 146" long and...

Walls are 83" high, shed is exactly 146" long and 108" wide

-Lucas
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Yes some sort of overhang would be ideal,...

Yes some sort of overhang would be ideal, probably about 8 inches and i would use soffit ventilation

-Lucas
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