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I'd rattle can it w/2K before I'd just pour paint...

I'd rattle can it w/2K before I'd just pour paint over it. Aside from what you mention you'd also have inconsistent thickness, your drying would be uneven. I'd venture to guess the paint would fail a...
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Dremel, cut a slot for a flat blade screwdriver...

Dremel, cut a slot for a flat blade screwdriver might work...
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Google images shows others similar w/o the...

Google images shows others similar w/o the sheath, so doubtful it an error.

No idea why, maybe has something to do with production techniques.
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1. How does this assembly work? Does it suck in...

1. How does this assembly work? Does it suck in gasoline through the sock? Why two tubes? Pump pulls in fuel through the strainer "sock" which is replaceable. You should be able to very carefully...
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Yes, I just like minimizing the chance of having...

Yes, I just like minimizing the chance of having to go into an area twice. Just need to weigh hacking up the bed of your truck and the time it'll take vs what you'll gain with the alternative. Again,...
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When I did my F150 it took less than 30 minutes...

When I did my F150 it took less than 30 minutes to remove the bed. I did need the assistance of the neighbor to lift it. With that access it was easy to remove all the crusted/rusted lines. No...
08-08-19, 04:44 PM
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OK, I'll start off....I like starting from...

OK, I'll start off....I like starting from scratch so I know everything'll work. So I'd replace that waste vent with a new AAV. I'd also move the trap up so it's not so close to the floor. This would...
08-06-19, 01:36 PM
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You will be revisiting that set up in the (near)...

You will be revisiting that set up in the (near) future. Take Zorfdt up on his offer. Probably cost you less than $20 for a permanent fix (and no "support piping").
08-05-19, 02:56 PM
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My unit is going strong after 21 years (I do all...

My unit is going strong after 21 years (I do all maintenance on it so I've fixed a few minor things). If it had a major issue I would look into replacing. Your problem could be a simple fix which it...
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I know it's extra work, but you might think about...

I know it's extra work, but you might think about digging down where the gutter drains and installing some smooth wall into a 90 (or better yet a long sweep). At my house I have some of that black...
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On a job I contracted out for, they used 3M spray...

On a job I contracted out for, they used 3M spray on adhesive around the perimeter (it was blocked in on 2 sides). They then unrolled some (1/4") foam strip on. The height was set at where they...
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Disregard, just found out it's "J P L"...... ...

Disregard, just found out it's "J P L"......


Can anyone explain pros/cons of black poly exterior vs the metalized silver stuff?
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Questions on "JPL" duct

Installer quote for replacing HVAC supply and return duct work stated they use "JBL" duct work . I've tried to google that name but I can not get any hits that reference that brand.

Does anyone...
07-23-19, 09:16 PM
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Impressive on the contractors part that the...

Impressive on the contractors part that the discussion was this morning and he was able decide/design/procure and install an LVL in such short time.

I'm guessing there are span tables that allow...
07-22-19, 08:56 PM
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Btw... Not sure how many 2x4 supports you've...

Btw... Not sure how many 2x4 supports you've added, but if it were me I'd throw some supports under each beam (2-2x4 nailed together) and another support (2 more 2x4's) under those three 2x4 that...
07-22-19, 08:52 PM
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Uh yeah, that looks jinky. Was any engineering...

Uh yeah, that looks jinky. Was any engineering done for this? If not that would be a big warning sign for me :alarm:. Cantilever beams are allowed but I would think not in this application especially...
07-22-19, 08:21 PM
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I'm guessing there were supports removed to widen...

I'm guessing there were supports removed to widen the opening? Is that a 2x4 below the beams being used as a bottom plate? If so it looks like the 2x4s on the vertical at the end of the beams are...
07-02-19, 05:04 PM
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You've left the hose on partially open watering...

You've left the hose on partially open watering your plants. A block away a fire rages at a commercial complex. The fire department hooks up to the hydrants and uses so much water the is a slight...
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https://www.amazon.com/CEILING-CAPACITOR-CBB61-4-5uf-WIRES/dp/B017G63TO4
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It usually take a lot of snow to disable it. If...

It usually take a lot of snow to disable it. If it was a bug I'd guess it to be the hardware/software type vs the flying type. I agree with Bob, let the dealer figure it out on their own dime.
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The only time I have had any functional issues of...

The only time I have had any functional issues of our ACC is when snow would build up on the front interfering with the sending/receiving mechanism. It sits in the grill area. I'm guessing mud might...
06-22-19, 04:38 PM
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The math in me says if it were to rain at 1"/hour...

The math in me says if it were to rain at 1"/hour (very heavy rain) for one hour you'd get maybe 2 cubic inches of water down the pipe. Doubt that would impact your pumping system to any extent.
06-17-19, 05:38 PM
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Which wires? Did you measure voltage? Is this a...

Which wires? Did you measure voltage? Is this a package unit? Post pic or # of the board and the pros will be able to answer better.
06-17-19, 04:28 PM
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You will want to test the GE capacitor (on the...

You will want to test the GE capacitor (on the left). Your reading should be 7.5 mfd +/-.5. Test between the common and fan terminals. When testing allow the leads to make contact with the terminals...
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Not saying they are not out there, but every...

Not saying they are not out there, but every printer I know of will print color pictures in greyscale either manually or automatically. This includes the copy function if you only have black ink.
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