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Yesterday, 06:51 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

7.6 kw x 1000 = 7600 watts 7600 watts / 240...

7.6 kw x 1000 = 7600 watts

7600 watts / 240 volts = 32 amps

Pros will follow with correct wire size. Good luck with your project.
06-21-19, 05:59 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

A local machine shop could cut it to the correct...

A local machine shop could cut it to the correct length on a metal turning lathe.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

A photo showing how your counter tops are built...

A photo showing how your counter tops are built would help us help you. The tops could have been custom built or cut from counter top slabs from a home center. New tops is the way to go. Re-covering...
06-13-19, 06:07 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Go to the Regal website and read the instructions...

Go to the Regal website and read the instructions for installing pickets. The instructions say that the grooves near the ends of the pickets support the rails. Cutting shorter may be ill advised. Get...
06-11-19, 06:37 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

My vote is to add 1/2 in. OSB on the wall and...

My vote is to add 1/2 in. OSB on the wall and then install the cabinets. It is quick, no drying time, and protects the back of the cabinets.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

It looks from the photo that you have the floor...

It looks from the photo that you have the floor framing and flooring plywood installed. Is this correct?

Is the 2 inch difference you mentioned a diagonal measurement of the installed floor?

On...
06-01-19, 06:12 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Remember to clean the finish material out of the...

Remember to clean the finish material out of the socket before inserting the wrench.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

I am still unable to reply to threads using...

I am still unable to reply to threads using Firefox. I have to switch to Chrome to enter a reply.

Firefox works for other sites.
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Views: 599
Posted By Wirepuller38

I have used these in the past: ...

I have used these in the past:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Grip-Rite-9-x-1-1-2-in-Fluted-Masonry-Nails-1-lb-Pack-112TFMAS1/202308474?MERCH=REC-_-PIPHorizontal2_rr-_-202308469-_-202308474-_-N

A...
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Check the strength of your rv battery.

Check the strength of your rv battery.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

The DMX instructions specify concrete nails for...

The DMX instructions specify concrete nails for installing the DMX washers. Not sure whether or not the Ramset application will work for your project.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

I would suggest this pin with the washer: ...

I would suggest this pin with the washer:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ramset-1-1-2-in-Drive-Pins-with-Washers-100-Pack-00803/100072597

Not sure which power level cartridge. I was thinking level...
05-27-19, 07:17 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

My chain link fence was built by a well-known...

My chain link fence was built by a well-known local fencing company. I observed the work. The installers installed the posts taller than needed, and cut them to the correct height to accept the top...
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Straight shaft is longer and reaches the ground...

Straight shaft is longer and reaches the ground without bending your back. Works for me.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

My choice would be a Husqvarna straight shaft.

My choice would be a Husqvarna straight shaft.
05-25-19, 05:30 AM
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Posted By Wirepuller38

If the gap is between the last run of flooring...

If the gap is between the last run of flooring and the wall, then that last run of flooring can be re-installed and cut to fit the space. No big deal for an experienced carpenter.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

The 7/8" bit will need a reduced diameter shank...

The 7/8" bit will need a reduced diameter shank to fit your 1/2" chuck.
05-17-19, 06:13 AM
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Views: 223
Posted By Wirepuller38

Are the posts wood or metal?

Are the posts wood or metal?
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Most likely 2x6's and very wet when installed, as...

Most likely 2x6's and very wet when installed, as coming directly out of wet treatment. Has dried to the dimensions you gave.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

What kind of drain? If a gutter drain, re-route...

What kind of drain? If a gutter drain, re-route the drain pipe.
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Debris under the edges of the lid may be causing...

Debris under the edges of the lid may be causing the cover to not set level. Cleaning the edges of the cover and the groove in the base where the cover rests may help. The cover looks too small for...
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Posted By Wirepuller38

Bolts

This toilet is an American Standard.
The old bolts were 1/4 in.
1/4 in. tank bolts are hard to find.
There are plenty of 1/4 in.bowl-to-floor bolts; even some mis-labeled as tank bolts.
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