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You need the puller to remove them most times,...

You need the puller to remove them most times, they will come right out with one of these.

Amazon.com: MOEN 104421 Cartridge Puller, for 1200, 1222 and 1225 Single Handle Cartridges: Home...
05-27-08, 07:04 AM
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Yes you could have just used an allen wrench but...

Yes you could have just used an allen wrench but that will be handy to have if you tape it to the side of the disposal or something. They tend to always be lost when you need them.

They also make...
Forum: Water Heaters
02-19-08, 05:13 PM
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Would it be recommended for copper pipes in a...

Would it be recommended for copper pipes in a concrete slab, and not cause damage?
02-03-08, 11:11 AM
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You are resetting the system after an ignition...

You are resetting the system after an ignition lockout by turning the power off, than back on. It could be a number of issues but I would try cleaning the flame sensor first.
01-31-08, 09:06 AM
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Posted By cjett

Looks like from the picture that you may be able...

Looks like from the picture that you may be able to grab the bit with needle nose pliers or maybe even needle nose vise grips.
01-30-08, 03:01 PM
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For heat only you only need the two wires. The...

For heat only you only need the two wires. The green wire is for the fan and unless you use a stat with a heating and cooling sub base you will not need it.

The red wire is the hot and the white...
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It sounds like the timer is not advancing. Do you...

It sounds like the timer is not advancing. Do you see the dial moving during the cycle?
01-20-08, 01:25 PM
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Post back if it works for you.

Post back if it works for you.
01-19-08, 11:47 AM
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They make a tool for the disposals that you can...

They make a tool for the disposals that you can get at the big box stores. You use it from the top to dislodge the unit when there is no allen tap thing on the bottom. Also if there is a bolt in the...
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Posted By cjett

Just go to a local electrical supply store and...

Just go to a local electrical supply store and they will sell you any length you need. Always buy a little more than you think you need, it's easier to cut some off than try to add more.
01-02-08, 09:30 AM
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Posted By cjett

Some have a drain plug under the crisper drawers....

Some have a drain plug under the crisper drawers. Clean the plug, if that is the style you have, it will usually lift up from underneath the refrigerator.
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You should also make sure your condenser coils...

You should also make sure your condenser coils are not packed up with dirt and that the fan under there is running. Usually you take off the kick plate off the bottom front of the unit and you will...
12-23-07, 11:38 AM
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Posted By cjett

Do you burn a lot of candles in the house? These...

Do you burn a lot of candles in the house? These will cause what you describe and a lot of time even worse conditions on your drywall and such.
12-23-07, 11:29 AM
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Posted By cjett

Check the condition of your filter and that one...

Check the condition of your filter and that one is actually there.
Next make sure your indoor blower in the furnace is working properly. If all that is good, you either have a dirty/blocked...
12-22-07, 09:38 AM
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You could put a jumper across the wires in the...

You could put a jumper across the wires in the humidistat and see if it works, if so, replace the humidistat.
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Posted By cjett

I use only GE Daylight 6500K CFL's everywhere....

I use only GE Daylight 6500K CFL's everywhere. They put out a pure white light and really makes everything in the house look better, hard to explain. I have them in 11 recessed can lights in the...
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They will be noisy if you have a dimmer in the...

They will be noisy if you have a dimmer in the circuit. If no dimmer, than trying a better brand is all I can think of.
12-14-07, 10:26 AM
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You could check or change the capacitor first to...

You could check or change the capacitor first to rule that out. You will need a new one either way if the motor turns out to be bad, and they are cheap. You could also check to make sure the motor is...
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I use test jumpers all the time to simulate the...

I use test jumpers all the time to simulate the action of the switch. Never bypass a safety and leave it.
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Posted By cjett

You can buy just the receiver and remotes and...

You can buy just the receiver and remotes and hook them up to your existing opener. That is what I was told I would have to do to get new remotes for an old Overhead brand door opener.
12-11-07, 09:54 AM
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Posted By cjett

Depending upon your unit, a tech may be able to...

Depending upon your unit, a tech may be able to pump the refrigerant into the condensing coil, saving most of the charge. Then pull a vacuum on the on the line set and evap coil and restart the unit.
12-09-07, 11:52 AM
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Posted By cjett

Jay, wouldn't this be a perfect use with the new...

Jay, wouldn't this be a perfect use with the new Honeywell Truesteam if he can wait that long?
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Posted By cjett

Did he have a permit for the work and have it...

Did he have a permit for the work and have it inspected after completion?
12-07-07, 10:31 AM
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Posted By cjett

They have a lot of different units and with...

They have a lot of different units and with options and sizes.

http://www.cleanairsystemsinc.net/humidifiers.html
12-07-07, 09:54 AM
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Posted By cjett

You also might want to seal the vents at the...

You also might want to seal the vents at the gables.They work against the ridge vent and the soffets, interrupting the air flow. Try asking in the roofing section for better info.
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