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05-21-21, 02:15 PM
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Having it done professionally was my first...

Having it done professionally was my first choice, but I've been unsuccessful trying to find one in my area. I've spoken to my Dry Cleaner, hoping he might have a contact but no joy. I guess the...
05-21-21, 11:37 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 273
Posted By MB McProc

Dying Slipcover

I have no experience dying large volume projects so I'm hoping someone here does. I have 2 sofa slipcovers both are 100% cotton and both have faded from sun exposure. I want to try dying the older of...
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Views: 147
Posted By MB McProc

Stinky Steam Iron

There was water left in the reservoir of my Rowenta DZ1900 Steam Iron for a very long time and now even after rinsing thoroughly, filling with vinegar and allowing to sit - the steam still smells...
12-25-20, 07:39 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 285
Posted By MB McProc

I think we've pinpointed that it's definitely the...

I think we've pinpointed that it's definitely the Zone 2 Valve - We turned off the Furnace from the Emergency Switch overnight, but when we turned it on this morning to heat up the water, Zone 2 was...
12-24-20, 02:08 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 285
Posted By MB McProc

Yes, when I first looked at it, it was in the...

Yes, when I first looked at it, it was in the middle, while the other 2 were on auto so I moved it to auto but I did slide it both ways no resistance first. Ok can I do anything about it myself?
12-24-20, 01:44 PM
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Views: 285
Posted By MB McProc

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.doityourselft.com...

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12-24-20, 01:10 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 285
Posted By MB McProc

Zone Valve overriding Thermostat?

3 Zone oil/hot water system. Zone 2 Thermostat is Programmed 68F most of the day other 2 zones much lower as little use during the day. Today Zone 2 was 74F and even when Thermostat was shut off...
06-18-20, 05:53 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 382
Posted By MB McProc

Uneven Pool base

Due to a couple of sever rain showers last summer, our back yard flooded (20" of rain in less than 1 hour). As a result of this our 21ft, above ground pool was undermined by water which shifted the...
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Views: 926
Posted By MB McProc

It is not inside the tank - and I did find the...

It is not inside the tank - and I did find the information about diabetics and toilet mold - it says it's the high sugar content of the urine that causes the mold to grow. Which in this case makes...
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Views: 926
Posted By MB McProc

This was a brand new toilet and the porcelain is...

This was a brand new toilet and the porcelain is pristine - no scratches. I've honestly suspected that possibly the "guts" of this toilet weren't finished properly because the "growth" of whatever...
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Views: 926
Posted By MB McProc

Me Too!

Is it black and when you scrub it it looks like fibrous tissue that kind of floats in the water or gets caught on the bristles of the toilet brush? Mine also seems to be around the waterline and at...
03-25-19, 02:46 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 348
Posted By MB McProc

I did check the wires, and while they are older,...

I did check the wires, and while they are older, the insulation does appear intact. And as I said I checked my connections before I screwed the dimmer switch down.and all worked.
I actually had...
03-25-19, 12:44 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 348
Posted By MB McProc

Replacing switch causes short at breaker

I'm replacing a dimmer switch in a 3 switch box - the housing on the new switch is larger than the old switch and when I screw it into place and turn the breaker back on, it makes the breaker pop. ...
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Views: 814
Posted By MB McProc

Rusty mildewy smelling steam iron

My Granddaughter used one of my Steam Irons and put it away with water in it - that was 6 months ago. I took it out to use a couple of weeks ago, and emptied the water and rinsed it a couple of...
07-02-18, 07:25 AM
Replies: 0
Views: 678
Posted By MB McProc

Weighting down AGP Stairs

We have the pictured stairs in our pool. There is a plastic mesh shelf behind the second step that we've always put weights on to keep them stable on the bottom of the pool. Not sure exactly why,...
06-21-17, 03:22 PM
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Views: 766
Posted By MB McProc

Silicone on Plastic Ball Joint at water return

Had to have the vinyl liner of my above ground pool replaced 3 years ago - when the installers put everything back together, some genius used some type of silicone adhesive or possibly caulk on the...
06-04-17, 04:39 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 908
Posted By MB McProc

Need to repair this chair

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What do I need (tools) and how do I do it? Please be very specific - because I've tried on two occasions to do this, (wood glue and bar clamps) and both times I was unable to get the...
Replies: 1
Views: 537
Posted By MB McProc

Opinions on TWP 1500 series deck stain?

New PT deck built last summer - planned on doing a finish in Late Sept/Oct. but the weather got too cold and we weren't able to finish it then. TWP was recommended to us by a neighbor has anyone...
Replies: 11
Views: 5,037
Posted By MB McProc

I just read the most bizarre thing on a website...

I just read the most bizarre thing on a website that it happens when you have a diabetic in the house - my husband IS diabetic. But still nothing about how to get rid of it.
Replies: 11
Views: 5,037
Posted By MB McProc

No the door remains open most of the time and...

No the door remains open most of the time and there is a window that is frequently open, so I'm fairly certain that stale air isn't an issue.
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Views: 5,037
Posted By MB McProc

I have tried these and there was growth despite...

I have tried these and there was growth despite these being present. Also I have pets and while I make every effort to make sure the toilet seat is always left closed, I'm not the only one using the...
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Views: 5,037
Posted By MB McProc

The reason I don't think it's a water issue is...

The reason I don't think it's a water issue is that I do have 2 toilets and this only happens in the one that is used most frequently. The Mold, which is black, grows below the water line. When I...
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Views: 5,037
Posted By MB McProc

I will - just scrubbed again yesterday before I...

I will - just scrubbed again yesterday before I posted the above so I'll take a picture today and post it in a couple of days when I see growth again.
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Views: 5,037
Posted By MB McProc

Mold in Toilet bowl - yes, now it's an obsession.

For 5 years now I've done everything and tried every suggested method to kill the mold that continually grows in my toilet bowl - it's only in 1 of the 2 toilets in my house, and it's the toilet that...
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Views: 664
Posted By MB McProc

Not sure what the original bulbs were but the...

Not sure what the original bulbs were but the current bulbs are GE and I believe the previous ones were Sylvania. Also, don't know if it will give a clue or not, but twice the bulbs have gone out...
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