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06-27-19, 04:07 PM
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Window caulking

I looked at some old threads and see many types of windows and where to caulk but I don't see where it mentions NOT to caulk. I read somewhere about a weep hole but just not finding it. Should I...
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Are you referring to something like this? ...

Are you referring to something like this?
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Is the room that is perceived to be a problem a...

Is the room that is perceived to be a problem a corner room of interior room with only one exterior wall and one typical window?

This is correct. The ac guy simply said there was enough flow...
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So this could be as simple as keeping the doors...

So this could be as simple as keeping the doors open? There are 5 bedrooms upstairs, mostly home to teenagers that always have it closed. Even if I manage to get their rooms cool at the end of the...
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I'll get up there and take some pics of the...

I'll get up there and take some pics of the ducting today. You are correct though. The same rooms are affected in the summer and winter. The hallway up stairs has the one return and is always warmer...
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Upstairs hallway heating

It's been awhile for this but I still haven't figured it out. I asked the last ac guy about them and he explained basically the same thing as you guys did. The problem is that testing them by opening...
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Posted By stryker2000

I went back up there. No inline fan in sight....

I went back up there. No inline fan in sight. Each fan has a dedicated duct but all share the same roof vent.
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Posted By stryker2000

Would this come on when either fan is powered?...

Would this come on when either fan is powered? This I've never read about; if this is the case, I can make another trip to the attic. Is there a better method of attaching these lines instead of just...
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Posted By stryker2000

Bathroom Venting

I have seen quite a few bathroom venting forums but mine seemed a bit unique when I went in the attic. The flex lines fell down and I only noticed it when I was cleaning my ac drain. When I got...
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Posted By stryker2000

Well I'll be...thanks much for that very clear...

Well I'll be...thanks much for that very clear video evidence
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Posted By stryker2000

You said it needs time to reset? Are you able to...

You said it needs time to reset? Are you able to run maintenance mode to check codes? Another note, some settings may affect dry time depending on the dryer. I've had Sansung dryers that normal dry...
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Posted By stryker2000

Whirlpool oven installation

I'm installing a new double oven and it's very straight forward. The only thing it doesn't mention about in the direction are what look to be plastic spacers for the cabinet but I wanted to be sure...
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Posted By stryker2000

Thanks for the reply. I'll start here. To...

Thanks for the reply. I'll start here. To clarify, should there be a similar damper setup in the attic?
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Posted By stryker2000

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pA62wYX7DYqD2tNU3...

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pA62wYX7DYqD2tNU3AHlC4aH_BTscxlX/view?usp=drivesdk


This is a pic for the two dampers in the basement straight off both sides of the trunk.
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Posted By stryker2000

Home Air Circulation

I've been trying to figure out why some of my upstairs rooms are colder than others in the summer with the AC running and warmer with the Heater running. Everything I read points me to the dampers...
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Posted By stryker2000

Fortunately, the behavior has been fixed. This is...

Fortunately, the behavior has been fixed. This is probably 7 plus months old now and I just now am getting around to it. Lol. I will look into the Bondo; I've never dealt much with woodwork in the...
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Views: 781
Posted By stryker2000

Dog chewing!!

I'm trying to figure out the best way to fix my woodwork after my husky chewed up some edges. The location is where its got me; right underneath my front beams by the front door! Any suggestions?
09-11-15, 09:36 AM
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Posted By stryker2000

Tried again

I turned it on again and same thing. Blade spins slower than before. New motor spins freely and smooth. No noise and no vibration. The old motor ran extremely noisy, very wobbly and vibrated...
09-10-15, 06:13 PM
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Posted By stryker2000

Condenser fan motor

I'm not having the best of luck this week! I was hearing a humming through the air ducts and went outside to hear the ac unit making a rediculously loud noise. I turned it off and spun the motor...
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Posted By stryker2000

Thanks for the response. The switches seem to...

Thanks for the response. The switches seem to work just fine. The only problem now is the way it was originally installed the switch literally gets stuck on the stone that is far from level. So,...
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Posted By stryker2000

Sump Pump Concerns

I am requesting some advice on how to move on for my sump pump pit concerns.

I have two pits in the basement; I can visually tell that water comes into the pit under my stairs from the walkout...
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