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01-19-19, 06:36 PM
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Use the 2x6 you actually are using it for some...

Use the 2x6 you actually are using it for some structural support just by the fact you said you are leveling a floor and putting a subfloor on top. 1X bad idea
01-19-19, 06:32 PM
Replies: 18
Views: 414
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Just cut your old sub floor to the baseboard...

Just cut your old sub floor to the baseboard molding. That house is old, see it has horse's hair plaster. I also assume that what you torn up was a plank floor. Forget about the studs placement that...
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Views: 438
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Comment deleted will be entered in different...

Comment deleted will be entered in different thread
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Views: 351
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Refractometer is what I was thinking couldn’t...

Refractometer is what I was thinking couldn’t remember the name for the last post they are like 15-20 bucks
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Views: 351
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I would just pull a sample and use a simple...

I would just pull a sample and use a simple automotive Meter for checking how good the mix is as far as what temperature it will be safe for. I think Preston has one for maybe 10 bucks. That many...
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Views: 422
Posted By Hgy1243

I had the same thing happen to me last year. I...

I had the same thing happen to me last year. I had my safety relief dripping pressures high and got surprised by big gas bill. My Aquastat limit switch was toast it must have been way out of...
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Views: 667
Posted By Hgy1243

I think there may be some backdrafting problems....

I think there may be some backdrafting problems. Either way just wanted it fixed the right way
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I'm thinking I can tee or wye into the 6"boilers...

I'm thinking I can tee or wye into the 6"boilers duct work...but not sure
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Views: 667
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Gas Boiler Vent Questions

Hi everyone was wondering if people could offer up some suggestions regarding my hot water and boiler vents. I believe the hot water needs to be above the boiler or Tee'd into the boiler. I'm not to...
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Views: 1,437
Posted By Hgy1243

Heatworm, Understand the recall you sent....

Heatworm,

Understand the recall you sent. Good info, when I get home i'll check and see if I have that model. But as I see it, aside from needing to replace it if it is part of the recall, mine...
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Views: 1,437
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Seem to smell fumes while running. Kinda tough to...

Seem to smell fumes while running. Kinda tough to say.

Also not sure how the combustion numbers are. Do they look ok?

The hot water heater is tied into the chimney separate. Basicall to the...
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Views: 1,437
Posted By Hgy1243

Rbeck, when firmest??? You mean when does it stay...

Rbeck, when firmest??? You mean when does it stay at a number constant without moving around?

By the way guys house the ductwork look? Its at an angle going to the chimney.
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Posted By Hgy1243

Pic uploaded. Meter calibrated a year ago. ...

Pic uploaded. Meter calibrated a year ago.

Im starting to think the draft is not good.
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Views: 1,437
Posted By Hgy1243

CF is Carbon Monoxide content referenced to a...

CF is Carbon Monoxide content referenced to a percentage of O2 (ppm)

Also, I put back the duct work like it should have been. Pic is attached.

What I think is happening is fumes are leaking out...
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Views: 1,437
Posted By Hgy1243

Combustion Efficiency - Gas Boiler

Hi all.

Have a Burnham Series 2 boiler AFUE is 84%. Did a combustion test today and the results are below.

O2 - 8.3
C2 - 7.1
Combustion Efficiency - 80.2
CO - 0
CF - 0
Stack temp - 385
08-12-10, 08:02 PM
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Views: 2,048
Posted By Hgy1243

clothes washer rough plumbing

Anyone have any pics of the proper plumbing rough for a washer? I want all the plumbing to be inside of the wall. So I was also wondering is there a trap behind the wall?
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Views: 914
Posted By Hgy1243

New Brick Steps Question

Hey guys,

My neighbor just installed these new beick steps, I didn't get a chance to see how they were being build.

Is there a concrete base under each step? Also how do you keep the bricks...
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Views: 711
Posted By Hgy1243

found the problem, was not pushing the prongs far...

found the problem, was not pushing the prongs far enough into the wood.

3/4" oak reading about 6.2 -6.5

3/4" plywood subfloor is 7.5 - 9.0

I think I'm good to go, correct????

Anyone else...
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Views: 711
Posted By Hgy1243

Meter works good. Yes the floor has...

Meter works good.

Yes the floor has acclimated in the room for over 2 weeks. House eat is working as naormal around 65-68 degrees

So I'm not sure with the 0% MC should I install??
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Views: 711
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0% moister in 3/4" red oak HELP!!

I bought moister meter the kind with pins. Tested the ¾” red oak hardwood, and get 0% and tested the ¾” plywood subfloor, also 0%, so where do I go from here??? Do I install or not? Do I need to get...
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Views: 663
Posted By Hgy1243

Help with Hydro Air

Can you guys help me older the right size...or figure this out.

I have a present boiler, as well as a separate A/C system one for the first floor and one for the second floor. I want to try the...
09-22-09, 12:27 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 2,496
Posted By Hgy1243

Well, the curtains only have 2 panels, so the...

Well, the curtains only have 2 panels, so the first panel covers the small left window, then half of the middle, then the opposite for the other side. So first if I did want to use a traverse are you...
09-22-09, 04:56 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 2,496
Posted By Hgy1243

Attached Pics

I guess it is a bay window here are the pics. We have bought a bendable I beam type rod, that can take some type of rollers for the acceptance of the hooks. Also a Kirsch bay window rod. which. not...
09-21-09, 12:25 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 2,496
Posted By Hgy1243

Bay Window and drape problem

I have a bow window, pictures are attached. I have curtains that use hooks from the back, and want to install the drapes and a separate valance on in the bow windows. The valance is a one piece, the...
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