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07-16-19, 07:12 AM
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Posted By Andrew

Note that that is a 50Hz motor. You did not...

Note that that is a 50Hz motor. You did not specify your location, but if you're in the US, that motor will not work properly.
Andy
Replies: 13
Views: 421
Posted By Andrew

Looks like a Fanimation Palisade ceiling fan to...

Looks like a Fanimation Palisade ceiling fan to me.
www.fanimation.com
Andy
06-24-19, 07:03 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 723
Posted By Andrew

Thank you everyone. I emailed the Indiana State...

Thank you everyone. I emailed the Indiana State Police, and they confirmed that as a Wisconsin resident, I do not need to be registered, have a title, or need a plate while in Indiana. I printed the...
06-19-19, 02:02 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 723
Posted By Andrew

Camper plate & registration needed?

Here in Wisconsin, a camper weighing under 3,000 pounds is not REQUIRED to have a title or registration, so ours does not. We plan to take this camper out of state, to states that DO require campers...
05-29-19, 11:54 AM
Replies: 9
Views: 592
Posted By Andrew

If I read your post correctly, the whole reason...

If I read your post correctly, the whole reason you want to do this is so you can fit the cords under the cover? Why not just purchase a vertical in-use cover, and leave the box as-is?
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Replies: 3
Views: 167
Posted By Andrew

Look into Fantech inline fans. Their centrifugal...

Look into Fantech inline fans. Their centrifugal fans are exactly what you need, and they are fairly quiet. One place that sells them is Amazon:
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Replies: 6
Views: 244
Posted By Andrew

We have a Bosch SDS hammer drill. It does an...

We have a Bosch SDS hammer drill. It does an excellent job, and it isn't a screamer like our DeWalt.
Andy
Replies: 10
Views: 1,141
Posted By Andrew

Restored!

Here are two pictures of the restored compressor. I refinished the tank & motor, redid all the plumbing, new pressure switch with 4-way manifold, new hardware, new air filter, and new wiring....
Replies: 10
Views: 1,141
Posted By Andrew

Thanks guys. It does have a drain. When I got...

Thanks guys. It does have a drain. When I got this compressor last Tuesday, the drain petcock handle was broken. I put about 20 pounds in the tank, then slowly removed the valve. You should have seen...
Replies: 10
Views: 1,141
Posted By Andrew

Compressor tank- How much rust is too much rust?

Hello,
I recently acquired a 1994 vintage Speedaire 3/4HP compressor. It runs quietly & develops full pressure, but I'm a little concerned about the level of surface rust on the ASME rated tank. I...
12-29-18, 08:38 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 297
Posted By Andrew

Thanks guys. PJ confirms what I was thinking. ...

Thanks guys. PJ confirms what I was thinking.
Andy
12-29-18, 02:43 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 297
Posted By Andrew

Difference between WR GFI and standard GFI?

Other than a ten dollar difference, and "WR" stamped on the front, is there any REAL difference between a GFI marked as water resistant and a standard GFI? Upon close examination, they appear...
Replies: 8
Views: 301
Posted By Andrew

I've used the pumice sticks without problem. As...

I've used the pumice sticks without problem. As others have said, keep it WET, and let the stick do the work; no need to push hard. It does well removing the ring of lime buildup at the water line....
Replies: 1
Views: 140
Posted By Andrew

Try these folks: https://www.barnlight.com ...

Try these folks:

https://www.barnlight.com

I have not personally used them, but they do seem to have a lot of stuff.


Andy
11-21-18, 11:13 AM
Replies: 13
Views: 647
Posted By Andrew

In most setups I've seen, all the hot water is...

In most setups I've seen, all the hot water is softened, but only cold water that feeds the laundry and shower. Hose bibs, kitchen sinks, toilets are hard water.
Personally, I do not care for the...
Replies: 4
Views: 345
Posted By Andrew

Airman, not meaning to doubt you, but wouldn't a...

Airman, not meaning to doubt you, but wouldn't a low register location be better for heat? Seems like a high location would be best for air conditioning...
Andy
Replies: 11
Views: 344
Posted By Andrew

We've experienced this as well. As Czizzi said,...

We've experienced this as well. As Czizzi said, time from washer to dryer seems critical. It does seem that once it sets into the fabric, it is hard to remove. After this happens, we've had luck...
08-10-18, 02:21 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 541
Posted By Andrew

The blower wheel definitely blew apart. Those are...

The blower wheel definitely blew apart. Those are the remnants.
Andy
Replies: 8
Views: 418
Posted By Andrew

You will want to go with a roof mounted fan,...

You will want to go with a roof mounted fan, similar to those used in commercial buildings. A roof curb with a backdraft damper would be installed on the slanted roof, then the fan mounts on top. See...
07-09-18, 12:41 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 545
Posted By Andrew

What is a hob? Not familiar with that term. ...

What is a hob? Not familiar with that term.
Thanks,
Andy
06-30-18, 12:23 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 278
Posted By Andrew

Thanks Pete, I'll probably do that. Have a good...

Thanks Pete, I'll probably do that. Have a good weekend.
andy
06-29-18, 06:09 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 278
Posted By Andrew

Thanks guys. This monster fan was removed from...

Thanks guys. This monster fan was removed from service at work, and I was looking at the possibility of using it as a whole house fan, because it's very quiet. From the start, I figured it would be...
06-29-18, 02:03 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 278
Posted By Andrew

Need advice on power for motor

I have a chance to acquire a EBM-Papst fan, model M3G150-IF27-06. It runs on 380-480v, 60Hz three phase, drawing a maximum of 4.9amps. This is a LARGE fan, about 32" in diameter, from a computer room...
06-19-18, 01:00 PM
Replies: 37
Views: 1,322
Posted By Andrew

The first thing I thought of was a strip heater...

The first thing I thought of was a strip heater that was stuck-on in a heat pump system. This could be labeled "emergency heat" on the thermostat.
Andy
Replies: 4
Views: 767
Posted By Andrew

I agree with Pete, the late Tony Miller's site...

I agree with Pete, the late Tony Miller's site had EVERYTHING you need to know on this. Tony actually worked at Seeburg, building jukeboxes. Sadly, he passed away a few years ago, but his site...
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