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Thanks for the help. Appreciate it very much.

Thanks for the help. Appreciate it very much.
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Posted By Sadaharu

Help identifying kitchen faucet

Hi everyone.

Would really appreciate help identifying this kitchen faucet. I need to get a new cartridge for the left hot water faucet, but the specialty plumbing supply had no idea what brand it...
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Posted By Sadaharu

Thanks for the advice. I'd still love to get...

Thanks for the advice. I'd still love to get answers to my questions if anyone can help. We need terraces to make the backyard useable as a safe space to walk around in. Stairs and plants will help...
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Posted By Sadaharu

Hi - thanks for your help. I'll try to post some...

Hi - thanks for your help. I'll try to post some pics later tonight. Short answer - the backyard is a massive hill, and very difficult to walk on because of the steep grade, so from top down I'm...
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Posted By Sadaharu

Retaining wall on a budget

Hello. We live in a row house that backs out onto the bottom of a large hill. Water drainage hasn't been a big problem yet, as the hill continues downwards from the front. In the back, the hill...
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Posted By Sadaharu

Thanks everyone for your time. Appreciate it.

Thanks everyone for your time. Appreciate it.
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Posted By Sadaharu

thanks for your help. forgot to mention that i...

thanks for your help. forgot to mention that i tried that step in incremental quarter-turns, and it didn't alleviate the problem. eventually, it choked off the supply.
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Posted By Sadaharu

Confirming next step in toilet repair

hi everyone

read the sticky and just wanted to make sure i'm taking the next logical step before i take the plunge.

toilet flushes, then fills, then after filling keeps running at a negligible...
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Posted By Sadaharu

Amazing. Worked perfectly. Thanks so much!

Amazing. Worked perfectly. Thanks so much!
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Posted By Sadaharu

Help with leaky faucet

We moved into a new place, and the sink has a very slow drip. I can't for the life of me figure out how to unscrew the faucets to get at the cartridge to replace it. The handles seem very smooth and...
04-01-17, 08:47 AM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Thanks very much for the help. I'll endeavour to...

Thanks very much for the help. I'll endeavour to replace the cables. Appreciate your time!
03-31-17, 06:44 PM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Question C-wire and AC and Nest thermostat

Hello. Trying to figure out how to install a Nest thermostat. I didn't realize that my previous thermostat was battery powered and did not connect with a C-wire. Upon examining my furnace, there is a...
12-20-14, 05:25 PM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Thanks very much. That worked perfectly.

Thanks very much. That worked perfectly.
12-20-14, 11:06 AM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Update: In the position shown in the last...

Update:

In the position shown in the last photo, when the switch was on, the high speed engaged, but when off, though there was a hum, the fan did not move.

As an experiment, i switched the...
12-19-14, 10:34 AM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Coming out of the fan motor are a red, black and...

Coming out of the fan motor are a red, black and white cable. On the other end are a red, black and white cable that attach to a white plastic clip connector that plugs into the system/lightswitch.
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12-19-14, 09:53 AM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Apologies for the omissions. The fan...

Apologies for the omissions.

The fan connects to a light switch on the bathroom wall. There is no connection to the air circulation system, if I'm understanding it correctly, and I'm not sure that...
12-19-14, 07:31 AM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Thanks for the replies! This fan is actually...

Thanks for the replies!

This fan is actually part of my air circulation, so it needs to be on low power when the switch is not in the ON position, and when the switch (a light switch in my...
12-18-14, 10:53 PM
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Posted By Sadaharu

Trouble figuring out what goes where in wiring fan motor.

Thanks in advance for any help you might be able to offer.

I'm trying to figure out what goes where, in wiring a bathroom fan motor. It is a reversomatic twospeed fan QCF125CO that looks like...
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