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09-20-22, 12:36 PM
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Posted By james57

I ended up doing this. ...

I ended up doing this.
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09-20-22, 12:32 PM
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Posted By james57

I ended up adjusting the hinge knuckles.

I ended up adjusting the hinge knuckles.
09-19-22, 11:41 AM
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Posted By james57

french doors need to move bottom over

in the pictures you can see that I need to move the bottom over at most 1/8in.

That also would line up the top of the doors.

The weather strip in the middle otherwise doesn't line up.

I...
09-19-22, 11:29 AM
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Posted By james57

good point thanks

good point thanks
09-18-22, 07:53 PM
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Posted By james57

broken screw door hinge

What options do I have to remove these screws?
Wood door

If it were just the one I might let it go, but 2 no....
09-13-22, 01:07 PM
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Posted By james57

Wood door glass insert removal

How do I remove the glass, I took the moulding of one side.

Don't want to damage the moulding on the other side.

See pictures

Thanks...
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Posted By james57

I didn't mention that for sure it will be secured...

I didn't mention that for sure it will be secured to the wall.
I may just put a back on in case it ever needs to come out.
Usually everything I build is over built. (heavy)
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Posted By james57

Xsleeper, I just may using this method. It will...

Xsleeper, I just may using this method. It will be strong for sure since I am not using a back. (3.75in typo)

Pilot Dane, I may also use this method. using 1/8in dadoes to locate and give more...
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Posted By james57

yea thought of that, but then stacking would...

yea thought of that, but then stacking would double the thickness where stacked.
If using 3/4in then stacked would be 1..5in.
Why 3.75in throughout?
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Posted By james57

Shoe rack build how to configure box's.

I am making a shoe rack with seat on top.
See attached drawing for what I am doing.
(drawing not to scale, not even...
11-10-21, 04:44 PM
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Posted By james57

The thing is they gave us the profiles to choose...

The thing is they gave us the profiles to choose from.
Never was mentioned that this product needs a certain radius other wise prone to chipping.
If that had been mentioned when we chose, either we...
11-10-21, 10:35 AM
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Posted By james57

Caesarstone edge chipping

We just had our countertops installed using Caesarstone Empire White.
Seems when loading the dishwasher with a plate the edge chipped.
I started looking into this and the edge profile we chose...
09-04-21, 01:33 PM
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Posted By james57

it deleted the text when I attached the picture. ...

it deleted the text when I attached the picture.
Just put it back in.
09-04-21, 01:03 PM
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Posted By james57

PRV Watts B1156F pressure?

This is feeding a Navian boiler.
It has been in use approx. 7years.
The pressure kept dropping so the Navian would go into error.
I adjusted 3 times and brought it back to 12psi.
This last time I...
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Posted By james57

you have used SWP's ProClassic waterborne enamel...

you have used SWP's ProClassic waterborne enamel on cupboard doors?
And are happy with the result?
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Posted By james57

Thank you much for this info. :beers: PS: ...

Thank you much for this info.
:beers:
PS:
The waterborne enamel, how hard is the finish compared to the epoxy?
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Posted By james57

no used a good interior trim paint. Is that the...

no used a good interior trim paint.
Is that the way to getting a hard surface using epoxy or others you mentioned.
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Posted By james57

Paint Cuboard Doors?

How do you get the hard finish like when you send out the cupboard doors for spraying?
I sprayed our doors but the finish is soft.
Using Sherwin Williams paint Emerald.
Thanks
J
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Posted By james57

thanks just that easy I have to have at least...

thanks just that easy
I have to have at least 25 characters.
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Posted By james57

What to finish this table with?

Hello

Just wondering what to finish this table with?

Not looking to repair old finish but re coat with something like,

Mineral oil or Lemon oil.

I cleaned using Murphy's oil...
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Posted By james57

Update: The manager from the branch came...

Update:

The manager from the branch came out, he had a look at the seam.

They are going to replace the counter top.

He said when they get the old one back to their shop they will look at it...
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Posted By james57

Just over $6K for approx. 49sq. ft. As it...

Just over $6K for approx. 49sq. ft.
As it stands now they will have to fix it to my liking.
Since I saw the video on what needs to be done to get this acceptable nothing else will suffice.
What...
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Posted By james57

Found this on how to go about doing the...

Found this on how to go about doing the levelling.

​https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9OXlqL11yQ​​​

So I know it can be done just the time and the right equipment.
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Posted By james57

Hi XSleeper Yes that sounds like that would be...

Hi XSleeper
Yes that sounds like that would be the first option, 2nd would be replacing the counter top.
The grind and polish option when I talked to the manufacture they said it would void their...
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Posted By james57

Hey Marg1, thanks for your input and I get the...

Hey Marg1, thanks for your input and I get the new concept thing.
I used the flashlight because it is hard to show the irregularities in a picture.
Drywall seams are such a different thing that you...
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