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11-25-10, 10:48 AM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

I used to get them. They are pretty descent. ...

I used to get them. They are pretty descent.

I specially like their filet minon with the bacon...mmmmmmm
11-23-10, 10:51 AM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

I would be curious to know if any inspector has...

I would be curious to know if any inspector has not permitted the use, and what article they are citing. I can definetly see their convenience, but I personally, would be reluctant to have one of...
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Dimmer switch?...

Dimmer switch? ....................................
11-20-10, 12:57 PM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Sounds like you got a loose wire in either a...

Sounds like you got a loose wire in either a receptacle or in the main panel. Have you looked at this yet?
11-20-10, 12:52 PM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

They are probably only approved for use in...

They are probably only approved for use in manufactured/mobile homes.

See here:

http://www.code-elec.com/userimages/Tyco%20NM%20connectors.pdf
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Views: 26,697
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Energy independence will never happen. Ethanol is...

Energy independence will never happen. Ethanol is just a gimmick. Just look what ethanol does to small engines like lawn mowers and weed eaters. They have been preaching corn based ethanol only...
11-20-10, 08:09 AM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Those GE LED lights are crap, to be honest....

Those GE LED lights are crap, to be honest. You'll be lucky to finish one-two seasons with them before they corrode. I got all my LEDs from this place and very satisfied. They have C9 with 25'...
11-20-10, 06:28 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,331
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

I see nothing wrong there. I'm sure those jumper...

I see nothing wrong there. I'm sure those jumper cables can handle the juice.... ;)
11-19-10, 01:54 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 1,676
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Sounds like you doing well. You could get away...

Sounds like you doing well. You could get away with use 1/2" for your second layer if you'd like. You don't need want to use construction adhesive between the two plys.

You can eliminate some...
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Stay away from ethenol based fuels (it should say...

Stay away from ethenol based fuels (it should say on the pumps whether or not it's ethenol based, in most states). Get 100% gasoline. The little extra money it costs will be offset by the MPG...
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Views: 26,697
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

I also believe the Grand Cherokee V8 has been...

I also believe the Grand Cherokee V8 has been rated the worst in fuel economy. It's only rated at like 13 city and 18 highway, so........

Bad O2 sensors, catalytic converter, etc are things that...
11-18-10, 04:55 AM
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Views: 2,175
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Most of this can be corrected with SLC (self...

Most of this can be corrected with SLC (self leveling cement). You would install your cement board per manufacturers instructions, then pour the SLC over that. Depending on the size of the...
11-18-10, 04:49 AM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Cardboard may help, but I keep a few sheets of...

Cardboard may help, but I keep a few sheets of masonite and rosin paper in the garage just for this purpose.
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Take some white vinegar and wipe the windshield...

Take some white vinegar and wipe the windshield down. This should get rid of any type of wax residue.
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Sounds like your cluster needs to be replaced. No...

Sounds like your cluster needs to be replaced. No relays or anything easy...:o
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Catalytic converter heat shield vibrating? Not...

Catalytic converter heat shield vibrating? Not sure if Fords timing chains, but sometimes when the tensioner is getting weak, the chain will slap the timing chain cover. But normally, this sound goes...
11-16-10, 09:08 AM
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Views: 2,375
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

I would not recommend cork for one main reason:...

I would not recommend cork for one main reason: moisture. If the cork gets wet from moisture, leak, etc, it will could swell and crack your tile. Also, if you were to have the cork as a underlayment,...
11-16-10, 08:34 AM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Why are you using cork? I would: 1....

Why are you using cork?

I would:

1. Remove cork
2. Install heating mats directly to slab
3. SLC
4. Ditra
5. Tile
11-16-10, 04:30 AM
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Views: 2,834
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

What Jaz was illuding to is portland is a powder...

What Jaz was illuding to is portland is a powder mixed with water. Joe, you are talking about a adhesive in a bucket that is labeled "ThinSet."
11-15-10, 05:22 PM
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Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

UGH! Particle board is the worst enemy to a tile...

UGH! Particle board is the worst enemy to a tile installation. I'm not liking the outcome of this. Not to scold you, but you should have known to check here first before this project. Also, don't...
11-15-10, 05:05 PM
Replies: 25
Views: 2,834
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

I would get it up as quickly as possible. If a...

I would get it up as quickly as possible. If a Lowes associate said you could use that for your project, I would raise this negligent advice to management and they will usually give you some new tile...
11-15-10, 08:24 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 963
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Sounds like it's a switched outlet if the jumper...

Sounds like it's a switched outlet if the jumper is missing. There should be a switch to turn it on. Was this receptacle working before?
11-14-10, 09:49 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 2,882
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Some PL400 will secure that down just fine to...

Some PL400 will secure that down just fine to your floor.
11-14-10, 06:30 AM
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Views: 2,882
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Put in a tack strip then get your normal...

Put in a tack strip then get your normal threshold piece.
11-11-10, 03:54 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 1,676
Posted By HotxxxxxxxOKC

Mitch is correct. You need to beef up your joists...

Mitch is correct. You need to beef up your joists if you want the marble to last.

I'de put a layer of 3/4" ply over the planks as a minimum.
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