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09-09-22, 10:37 AM
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1. Yes, they are behind the service panel in the...

1. Yes, they are behind the service panel in the outside unit. Be sure to turn off the power before opening the panel. There should be a quick disconnect located near the outside unit.
2. Often,...
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If you have a multimeter that reads capacitance,...

If you have a multimeter that reads capacitance, you can use that to check the capacitor. The relay should close and send power to the compressor when the thermostat calls for cooling, so you should...
Replies: 16
Views: 394
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If you have good signal strength, the 5GHz band...

If you have good signal strength, the 5GHz band will give better throughput (speed) than the 2.4GHz band. That said, if you're signal is a little weak, you may get better results on the 2.4GHz band,...
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Either way will work. Here are my ideas of...

Either way will work. Here are my ideas of pros/cons for each:

ISP Router:
Pro: ISP responsible for it. If it breaks down or you have a problem with it, they should fix it.
Con: Many ISP's...
06-22-22, 05:00 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 187
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The primary purpose of the condenser fan is to...

The primary purpose of the condenser fan is to keep the compressor cool. If the fan isn't running, the compressor will overheat and the thermal cutoff will shut the system down. However, it appears...
06-14-22, 09:15 AM
Replies: 23
Views: 467
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As Pete mentioned, a longer cooling cycle will...

As Pete mentioned, a longer cooling cycle will reduce the humidity better than a short cooling cycle. Slowing the fan (blower) speed will make the cooling cycle longer. However, if you slow it too...
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Views: 447
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If other devices connected to the 2.4GHz band are...

If other devices connected to the 2.4GHz band are staying connected, but the Hunter is not, that points to the Hunter as being the problem. I have a friend whose Smart TV keeps disconnecting from...
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Since it's tripping the GFCI, it means that you...

Since it's tripping the GFCI, it means that you have current leakage between the ground terminal on the plug and either the hot or neutral. If you have a multimeter, for starters, you could check...
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From Google: Intel® Optane™ memory is a system...

From Google: Intel® Optane™ memory is a system acceleration solution installed between the processor and slower storage devices (SATA HDD, SSHD, SSD), which enables the computer to store commonly...
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Martha, glad to hear you solved the problem. ...

Martha, glad to hear you solved the problem. You'll find the setting that I was referring to in Display Settings/Multiple Displays.
Replies: 4
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When you connect a second display to a computer...

When you connect a second display to a computer (laptop), you have a choice on how you want the display to function. You can either mirror the computer display (what you probably want), or you can...
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Views: 277
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Normally, when you install a printer on a new...

Normally, when you install a printer on a new computer, you merely install the appropriate printer driver, so that the computer can communicate with the printer. The printer firmware is the...
01-10-22, 06:03 AM
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Views: 186
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If you have a voltmeter, you can check to see if...

If you have a voltmeter, you can check to see if the outlet that the furnace is plugged into is wired correctly. First, I assume that the outlet is a 3-prong, meaning that it has a ground terminal....
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Views: 699
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I did a clean install of Win11 on a different...

I did a clean install of Win11 on a different partition. As PD stated, it is different, particularly the Start menu. You'll also find that some of the Settings menus are different. The only real...
11-22-21, 11:46 AM
Replies: 6
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Bryant is owned by Carrier, so if you go with...

Bryant is owned by Carrier, so if you go with Bryant, you essentially have a Carrier product. FWIW, I have a Bryant split A/C that was installed in 1995 (R22) and it's still running. It maybe...
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It doesn't cost anything to switch from "S" mode...

It doesn't cost anything to switch from "S" mode to "normal" mode. Personally, I wouldn't want S mode, as I want the freedom to install whatever software I want to use, not just what MS thinks I...
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Views: 306
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I suspect that Windows is set to require a...

I suspect that Windows is set to require a password when waking up from sleep (what happens when you open the cover). To change that, go to Settings/Accounts/Sign-In Options. You'll see a setting...
04-06-21, 04:42 PM
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Posted By Bob14525

It appears that capacitor is a 45/12 dual...

It appears that capacitor is a 45/12 dual capacitor, which is an odd size (the 12mfd). 45/10 capacitors are readily available and probably would work. However, if you want the correct (nearly)...
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The coupling is only a few dollars. Unless you...

The coupling is only a few dollars. Unless you flip the machine over to examine it before ordering parts to determine whether the coupling is bad, I would just order both the clutch and the...
Replies: 6
Views: 505
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You can connect the two routers to be on the same...

You can connect the two routers to be on the same network, with the second one effectively acting as a Wireless Access Point (WAP). That is exactly what I did in my home. The primary router is at...
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With most snowblowers, there is a flywheel driven...

With most snowblowers, there is a flywheel driven by the belt connected to the engine. Forward or reverse propulsion is created by a rubber wheel that is connected to the axle and is held against...
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While I can't say for certain, I would be willing...

While I can't say for certain, I would be willing to bet that the motors are DC. Almost all printers use DC voltage to run the electronics and motors. As for voltage, I would guess 12VDC maximum. ...
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You don't need a multimeter. Remove the plug...

You don't need a multimeter. Remove the plug from the head. Connect the spark plug lead to the plug and make sure that the metal part of the plug (with the threads) is touching metal. Pull the...
Replies: 13
Views: 569
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Apart from the resolution difference, the main...

Apart from the resolution difference, the main difference is the panel type. The LG uses an IPS panel, while the Samsung uses a VA panel. Both types have their advantages/disadvantages. The IPS...
08-12-20, 05:10 AM
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Views: 360
Posted By Bob14525

Most furnaces have a switch that's controlled by...

Most furnaces have a switch that's controlled by the cover over the blower area. When you remove the cover, the switch opens, thus cutting power to the furnace. As long as the power is turned off,...
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