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Are the correct assumptions correct? - Bad...

Are the correct assumptions correct?

- Bad booster would result in stiff pedal (not a soft one that abruptly and intermittently goes to the floor)
- Bad check valve, same result as bad booster
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Occasional loss of braking - Toyota Tundra

I have a 2004 Toyota Tundra, and for the past couple years sometimes the pedal will travel freely to the floor and I completely lose braking ability. When I lift off the pedal and press again,...
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I let it get a little longer than I should have...

I let it get a little longer than I should have last week and lowered the mower one notch the other day because I'll be on vacation all next week. You're probably right that if I mowed it sooner I...
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If the existing mower is a 140cc (not sure, I'll...

If the existing mower is a 140cc (not sure, I'll have to check), is it possible to safely swap it for a 190cc? I'll likely end up buying a new mower, but am still curious.
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Any higher cc push mowers that are NOT self-propelled?

I'm looking to upgrade to a more powerful push mower (190cc would be nice). My existing one is only a couple years old, but it struggles with my lawn (Zoysia). I believe it is a 160cc mower. I'm...
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I'm not advising you do it because you could very...

I'm not advising you do it because you could very well compromise the structural integrity of the floor, but this tool would do the job: ...
07-08-19, 10:01 AM
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That's irritating. I can place a custom order...

That's irritating. I can place a custom order with the hinge locations specified for not much more than a non-custom door (surprisingly). I just need to triple check my measurements. I've found...
07-08-19, 08:59 AM
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Non-standard Hinge and Strike Locations

I want to replace my front door slab and I'm having difficulty finding a door with the same hinge and strike locations. I purchased the door (pre-hung) from Lowe's within the past 10 years and all...
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No, because it sits behind a cover for the light.

No, because it sits behind a cover for the light.
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The previous owner must have removed it because...

The previous owner must have removed it because it is not there. I can see the mounting holes for it and someone siliconed the hole going through the bottom of the cabinet. Ridiculous.
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Where is the water reservoir?

I'm attempting to replace the water reservoir on a Fridigaire side by side and can't find it for the life of me. It isn't behind the drawers where I expected it to be. I followed the water lines...
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BTW, I lightly sanded with a 320 grit sponge in...

BTW, I lightly sanded with a 320 grit sponge in between coats, which appeared to work well. This is my first time finishing a piece of wood this size, so I have no clue if it would have made any...
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Thumbs up Here's a pic after the first coat of poly (still...

Here's a pic after the first coat of poly (still wet in areas). Turned out pretty nice! Put the final coat on last night. The China brush worked out much better :thumbup:
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AVR Receiver with Duplicate Assignable Inputs

Anyone know of an Audio/Video Receiver that allows duplicate audio input assignments for multiple video sources? In other words, one that you can assign the same analog input (CD for example) to...
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Okay. Thanks fellas. I'll post a pic of the...

Okay. Thanks fellas. I'll post a pic of the final result.
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This is my first attempt at staining anything and...

This is my first attempt at staining anything and I was following the advice of a couple You-tubers. The reason was after the first coat, the grain raises up, so sanding it knocks it back down. ...
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Finishing Butcher Block Cabinet Top

I'm in the process of finishing a piece of butcher block for an aquarium cabinet and need some advice on applying the polyurethane. I applied two coats of stain, with a light sanding (220 grit) in...
05-14-19, 10:13 AM
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As long as the capacity of the box is large...

As long as the capacity of the box is large enough for seven 14AWG conductors (ground counts as one), then you should be fine. When you say doorbell, do you mean there is a transformer connected to...
05-03-19, 01:21 PM
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Here's a link to the datasheet, which has the...

Here's a link to the datasheet, which has the pinouts. Not sure what the "J" suffix denotes, but it likely doesn't change the pinout.

http://www.ia.omron.com/data_pdf/cat/my_ds_e_7_3_csm59.pdf
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Bacteria inside water tank/lines

My GF has a four year old Electrolux side-by-side and has been getting an upset stomach when drinking the water out of her fridge. I suspect there is bacteria in the water reservoir (coiled tubing)...
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Rather than overlapping your ledger like you have...

Rather than overlapping your ledger like you have shown, you could probably just extend the main ledger out to the post then attach the second ply on the opposite side, fastened to the shorter...
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Ah yes, blocking. Of course. Thank you.

Ah yes, blocking. Of course. Thank you.
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You'll obviously need to get the plans approved...

You'll obviously need to get the plans approved by the county, but I would say yes that would likely be acceptable.

I believe the requirement is that any footing within 5ft of the main home...
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Agreed there are too many variables. Get three...

Agreed there are too many variables. Get three or four estimates and don't simply pick the lowest bidder. I received an estimate as low as $35k, which then changed to $45k, a second one was...
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Yeah, I know you're not supposed to do that, but...

Yeah, I know you're not supposed to do that, but if I don't, the output relays will not be energized and I will measure open circuit. No audio was playing during the measurements, so I figured it...
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