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05-31-15, 11:06 AM
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Posted By jmnew51

We made an offer on the house. We decided to add...

We made an offer on the house. We decided to add onto the back of the house, that way we don't have to move the A/C unit or the electric meter. The setback to the right is only 10 feet, so that would...
05-22-15, 04:54 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

How would you add on to this garage?

We would like to add a second garage onto the side of this existing garage - would this be possible? How do we deal with the roof line, for example? Any estimate on cost? It looks in the picture...
11-09-14, 06:49 AM
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Posted By jmnew51

Thanx PJmax. That's what I was starting to think....

Thanx PJmax. That's what I was starting to think. Where in the world would I get a 28 volt 3 phase power supply as they did not provide the electronics for the motor. Or could I rig something up. I'm...
11-08-14, 04:45 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

How about if I just post a link to the website...

How about if I just post a link to the website where you can access the .pdf file.
http://www.woodward.com/Search.aspx?searchtext=em35mr1
What I'm actually doing is testing the actuator motor.
...
11-08-14, 02:18 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

I'll try a higher resolution scan. We'll see if...

I'll try a higher resolution scan. We'll see if that helps.
Thanx for trying.

Jim
11-07-14, 04:39 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

OK. I've got some more info on this motor. I've...

OK. I've got some more info on this motor. I've attached some schematic diagrams. It looks to me like the motor is 3 phase. Or am I reading this wrong. It says on the data plate the motor is DC. So...
11-03-14, 07:12 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

Thanks for that thought ray.

Thanks for that thought ray.
11-03-14, 07:03 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

Thank you for your replies. Unfortunately...

Thank you for your replies.

Unfortunately ray I do not have a make or model number for the motor. The data plate really does not give any other info than volts and amps. And WyrTwister I think the...
11-03-14, 03:05 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

Can't figure out electrical wires on DC motor

I have this motor at work I'm trying to figure out. It has 3 wires and a ground that goes to the case. I was wondering if there was some way I could use an ohmmeter to figure out which wires are pos....
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Posted By jmnew51

She's logging in as a different user on the same...

She's logging in as a different user on the same computer. And the strange thing is when logs into her gmail account from my desktop everything works fine. And vice versa when she logs into my gmail...
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Posted By jmnew51

Thank you for your suggestions. I tried like...

Thank you for your suggestions.
I tried like you suggested, but what I actually need is a "Plug-in". Not the stand alone program.
Any other ideas?

Thanx

Jim
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Posted By jmnew51

Google Talk Plug-in

I removed and re-installed Google Voice and Video Chat several times. Problem is it doesn't work on my GF's account, however it seems to work fine on my account. Same computer. So the problem is on...
06-02-14, 02:07 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

Thanx for the info pugsl. Jim

Thanx for the info pugsl.

Jim
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Posted By jmnew51

I think what you need is a variable frequency...

I think what you need is a variable frequency power supply. That's the only way I know of to slow down the speed of an A/C motor. The website you referenced has a variable speed power supply. I don't...
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Views: 770
Posted By jmnew51

Hi Jim and welcome to the forum. If you have...

Hi Jim and welcome to the forum.
If you have access to a welder maybe you could put a tiny amount of weld on the part and then shape it with a file. This depends on the type of material it is. It...
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Posted By jmnew51

If you use nuts and bolts you shouldn't even need...

If you use nuts and bolts you shouldn't even need JBWELD unless you want it to be water tight. By the looks of the welding it looks as though it's just a bunch of tack welds which would not be water...
06-02-14, 01:12 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

Anti-Tip Bracket

Anyone know where I can get an anti-tip bracket for a Frigidaire Gas Range. I went to there website and tried "search", but no luck. It makes a reference to an anti-tip bracket in the installation...
05-26-14, 07:12 AM
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Posted By jmnew51

Or better yet just unscrew the hose from the...

Or better yet just unscrew the hose from the spigot and try that.

Jim
05-25-14, 07:21 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

The line at the bottom is the line that goes to...

The line at the bottom is the line that goes to the tankless water heater. The line at the top doesn't go anywhere. It just comes out loops around and goes back in.

As it turns out this is a house...
05-25-14, 06:48 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 606
Posted By jmnew51

Still not quite sure how it works though. It...

Still not quite sure how it works though. It looks like you have hot coming in or going out of the left side. And cold either coming or going from the right side, but only one main line coming in....
05-25-14, 06:33 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

What is this?

Does anyone know exactly what this is? I kind of know what it is, but I'm not sure what it's function is. Or how it exactly it works.

Thanx

Jim
03-19-14, 05:58 PM
Replies: 8
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Posted By jmnew51

I will post some pics as soon as I can get back...

I will post some pics as soon as I can get back over there.

Jim
03-16-14, 05:25 PM
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Posted By jmnew51

Thanks Larry I think I will try bondo. Jim

Thanks Larry I think I will try bondo.

Jim
03-16-14, 02:22 PM
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Views: 969
Posted By jmnew51

Yes it's the door jamb. I will post some pics as...

Yes it's the door jamb. I will post some pics as soon as I can.

Jim
03-16-14, 09:28 AM
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Views: 969
Posted By jmnew51

Rotted wood at bottom of door.

I have a front door that the wood at the bottom is rotted out at. I was wondering if I could section the wood at the bottom or would I have to replace the whole frame? Could I cut away the rotted out...
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