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Posted By manden

Most modern TV's are never totally off unless you...

Most modern TV's are never totally off unless you unplug them.
The power supply is alive.
So if a stray bit of juice (known as a glitch) from a strike switches the IC/transistor that controls the...
04-27-22, 12:16 PM
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Posted By PJmax

That looks pretty good.

That looks pretty good.
04-23-22, 12:40 AM
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Posted By PJmax

If the problem is not at one of the three...

If the problem is not at one of the three receptacles that show open then it's just before them.
You have to keep working backwards thru the circuit.
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Posted By PJmax

Yes.... when in current mode.... push the MIN/MAX...

Yes.... when in current mode.... push the MIN/MAX button and it will log the highest current used.
03-30-22, 05:41 PM
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Posted By CircuitBreaker

In case you don't know a ton of cooling is 12,000...

In case you don't know a ton of cooling is 12,000 BTU's so as PJmax (https://www.doityourself.com/forum/members/497719-pjmax) stated 36,000 BTUS is 3 tons so that 521 is OK
03-30-22, 09:25 AM
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Posted By PJmax

GSX140361KD - the 36 stands for 36k btu's. ...

GSX140361KD - the 36 stands for 36k btu's.
NXA636GKA - the 36 again stands for 36k btu's.

I've never used that one but it looks ok.
03-05-22, 12:56 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

AFAIK, as long as a hose is on a vacuum breaker...

AFAIK, as long as a hose is on a vacuum breaker that's all that matters.
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Posted By manden

Yes in this instance if it ain't broke don't fix...

Yes in this instance if it ain't broke don't fix it,
Because the fix may break it.

A compressor that is having trouble starting may hum then stop and then try to startagain,
This is the...
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Posted By PJmax

Personal opinion: Will they work..... yes. ...

Personal opinion:

Will they work..... yes.
Not something I recommend.
I don't see the need to push the compressor needlessly.
Fridge compressor don't have the same type of load that central...
01-11-22, 06:48 PM
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Posted By Houston204

That is a 3 ton unit.

That is a 3 ton unit.
01-11-22, 01:25 PM
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Posted By Houston204

The 5-2-1 is the best option of those 3 choices....

The 5-2-1 is the best option of those 3 choices.
That one states for use with 1 to 3 ton units. Is your unit 3 ton or smaller?
01-11-22, 10:08 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Carbon monoxide is an invisible gas. It does not...

Carbon monoxide is an invisible gas. It does not leave mouse droppings. Most of what you are seeing is corrosion (rust). To know if carbon monoxide is getting into the home the furnace's heat...
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Posted By PJmax

Very doubtful any problem with the cable. Pretty...

Very doubtful any problem with the cable. Pretty rugged.

You can test with an ohmmeter when replacing the connection block.
You should have continuity end to end and no continuity between the...
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Posted By PJmax

Those terminal blocks are prone to...

Those terminal blocks are prone to cracking/breaking/burning.
Just replace it.... terminal block...
11-15-21, 11:00 PM
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Posted By stickshift

You have not changed the volume of air in your...

You have not changed the volume of air in your house but now you are only conditioning half of it. If you could seal those two halves from each other, one system might be enough for one of them but...
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Posted By PJmax

What happens if you drive by something or near...

What happens if you drive by something or near something and the remote switch activates ?

I had a mobile electronics store. I got requests like this for installations.
I've always looked at it...
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Posted By Zorfdt

It's not too bad to get a cable from the celing...

It's not too bad to get a cable from the celing into the wall. I usually cut about a 8" wide by 12" tall piece of drywall out of the wall, and a 6x6 piece out of the ceiling. Drill up through the...
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Posted By Doorman2722

When installing a door everything needs to be...

When installing a door everything needs to be level and plum, start with the bottom section leveled then install the left and right vertical tracks leveled to your bottom section... Download the...
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Posted By Marq1

Id venture to guess looking up the openers...

Id venture to guess looking up the openers installation instructions on-line would be the first step.
09-12-21, 06:19 PM
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Posted By PJmax

It's 120vac in at 48 watts maximum based on...

It's 120vac in at 48 watts maximum based on connected load.

That is an unregulated AC power transformer.
The output will fluctuate based on input voltage and connected load.
16.5vac - 18vac...
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Posted By Pilot Dane

JB Weld what to what? The first step would be to...

JB Weld what to what? The first step would be to remove the inside door panel. Then you'll be able to better see what went wrong and see what broke. Was it the door panel or the handle that broke?
Forum: Water Heaters
08-30-21, 09:32 PM
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Posted By PJmax

Nice job. Looks good and neat.

Nice job. Looks good and neat.
08-29-21, 10:26 AM
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Posted By PJmax

That is a wifi connected control board........ ...

That is a wifi connected control board........
ESP8266 10A 220V Network Relay WIFI Module Input DC 7V~30V

You can use your wifi network to remotely operate a device thru the DPDT relay.

One...
08-24-21, 07:39 AM
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Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, if the valve is rated for the 27 VAC you will...

Hi, if the valve is rated for the 27 VAC you will be fine connecting the 2 yellow wires .
Geo 🇺🇸
08-19-21, 10:20 PM
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Posted By CircuitBreaker

I vote for DC!

I vote for DC!
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