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It's working as it should now, I ended up...

It's working as it should now, I ended up contacting support at EyezOn and they were fantastic. Very patient took their time and walked me through everything I needed to do. It’s been a long time...
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Posted By Buzz

Please disregard, problem solved.

Please disregard, problem solved.
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Posted By Buzz

Question Disable TLM & phone dialer on DSC alarm

Dsc pc1832 alarm board with a pk5508 keypad

As my alarm system is now monitored over the internet using an EVL-4EZR module I would like to get rid of my telephone land line. Before I do that I...
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Posted By Buzz

Well I guess since this is a different question...

Well I guess since this is a different question from the original post it might be better if I just start a new thread with this question so I will go ahead and do that.
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Posted By Buzz

Sooo, I just entered the codes as above, then...

Sooo, I just entered the codes as above, then power cycled the panel. Disconnected the phone line. Powered the panel back up and almost immediately received a trouble code at the keypad and received...
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Posted By Buzz

Thank you "MrRonFL" for the speedy reply, much...

Thank you "MrRonFL" for the speedy reply, much appreciated.
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Posted By Buzz

Question Dsc pc1832 programming Toggle on/off?

I have installed the EVL-4EZR module into my alarm panel and my system is currently being monitored over the internet.

My next step is to get rid of my telephone land line. Before I do this I just...
02-04-16, 06:36 AM
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Posted By Buzz

I am going to be using plywood and then topping...

I am going to be using plywood and then topping it off with a product called Schluter®-DITRA
matting. Seems to be the thing to use, expensive, but better than cracking tiles.
Thanks for the help!
02-02-16, 03:08 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Thanks for the replies! So the joists are...

Thanks for the replies!

So the joists are 2x8 on 16" centers and span 12' unsupported. Cross braces are installed down the middle of the span.
It doesn't look like tongue and groove 3/4"...
02-02-16, 10:53 AM
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Posted By Buzz

Question Opinions on subfloor?

Wondering about the best sub-floor material to use in my situation.
Details are I am laying new 12”x12” tile in my kitchen and hallway in a 1960 era house.

The floor before I started had five...
01-11-16, 09:04 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Thanks Pete,( PJ), Appreciate the quick reply. I...

Thanks Pete,( PJ), Appreciate the quick reply. I thought that made sense, just needed some confirmation.
01-11-16, 08:55 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Question Receptacle placement - Over the Range Microwave

What is the norm for the placement of the receptacle for an "over the range" microwave. My assumption is the cabinet above the microwave, I'm not a resi guy so was hoping someone could fill me in.
04-07-15, 01:37 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Well not 100% sure what I am going to do. I will...

Well not 100% sure what I am going to do. I will get something worked out.
Appreciate the replies!
04-05-15, 03:45 PM
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Posted By Buzz

It looks like the posts are straight in the...

It looks like the posts are straight in the pictures but they really are not.

@marksr: I don't think it would be feasible to regrade and eliminate the drop off as the entire yard is elevated above...
04-05-15, 03:36 PM
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Posted By Buzz

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04-05-15, 12:25 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Question Hold back soil from pushing over new fence

So across the back yard I want to replace 50’ of existing fence. The problem I’m facing is my yard is about 8 to 10 inches higher than the back lane. Currently there are old railway ties laid down...
02-02-15, 12:28 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Thanks guys for the quick replies, I will just...

Thanks guys for the quick replies, I will just leave it as is.
@firedawgsatx: I see you are from San Antonio, visited there last winter, beautiful place!
02-02-15, 12:22 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Good point Grady, I certainly didn't think about...

Good point Grady, I certainly didn't think about that.
02-02-15, 12:17 PM
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Posted By Buzz

Thanks firedawgsatx, I have the manual and...

Thanks firedawgsatx,

I have the manual and understand how to change the settings but was just hoping for opinions on whether or not I really need to change it or if there is any negative...
02-02-15, 11:35 AM
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Views: 580
Posted By Buzz

Low fire only

For the last week or so my furnace (Lennox G61MPV-36B-070-12 ) would run intermittenly. Thermostat was set at 72, at times it would start to feel chilly and I noticed the temp in the house had...
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Posted By Buzz

Thanks guys, oh and good tip on the frost-free...

Thanks guys, oh and good tip on the frost-free upright freezer!
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Views: 3,111
Posted By Buzz

Thanks again PJ, Really appreciate you taking...

Thanks again PJ,
Really appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions!
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Posted By Buzz

Thanks PJ, Appreciate the quick reply One...

Thanks PJ,
Appreciate the quick reply

One more quick question, how do they keep the evaporator coils from icing up?

Do they not ice up because a deep freeze cycles far less than a fridge?
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Posted By Buzz

Question Do Chest freezers have a defrost cycle?

Just wondering if chest freezers (basement type, no fridge section)have a defrost cycle like a refrigerator?

Do they use a timer/defrost switch & heating element to defrost the evaporator coils...
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Posted By Buzz

Well I got it done. I kept on trying with the...

Well I got it done. I kept on trying with the piece of string to hold the shift rod up and after several tries it slipped in.
I haven't tested everything yet but am glad the bottom end is on!
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