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Posted By joed

What does a condensate pump have to do with your...

What does a condensate pump have to do with your water bill? It should be pumping water from your furnace to the drain not water from the potable supply.
Check your humidifier. Maybe it is not stuck...
09-11-19, 11:44 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

I would use a linear actuator. They are...

I would use a linear actuator. They are available in different stroke lengths and strengths. Everything is encased in one package so it could be a cleaner installation than a winch and cables. DC...
09-10-19, 12:25 PM
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Posted By marksr

Conduit gets run thru block foundation walls all...

Conduit gets run thru block foundation walls all the time, IMO it's no big deal. Just be sure to seal the hole around the conduit.
09-07-19, 06:59 AM
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Posted By 2john02458

That flap at the top of the blind is definitely a...

That flap at the top of the blind is definitely a good place to expect a bat to roost. I suspect the amount of guano (bat poop) seen on the cushion is due to the cushion being leaned against the...
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Posted By lawrosa

I get mine from m4 products.. Type in "RVgeeks"...

I get mine from m4 products.. Type in "RVgeeks" in coupon code for 5% off

Cool Bright White 1141 1156 Retrofit LED Light...
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Posted By aka pedro

He has the advantage of actually being there, but...

He has the advantage of actually being there, but just reading title before getting to the text my mind was already headed there so I think he has you on the right path. Makes perfectly good sense,...
08-28-19, 04:02 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

My 2 cents is that I really tire of seeing posts...

My 2 cents is that I really tire of seeing posts like this on a diy site. If you don't like the price, do it yourself.

I sure as heck would charge more for hanging 5/8. How much does 7 or 8...
08-28-19, 02:40 PM
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Posted By Drangd

This is not something I would do. Cutting the...

This is not something I would do. Cutting the concrete shell on a pool is just asking for trouble once the water is replaced.
As an alternative I would dig down on the side of the pool and put your...
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Posted By XSleeper

If that's wood your stud finder won't search...

If that's wood your stud finder won't search behind it. You need to go up above the trim onto the drywall that is painted wall color. You might find studs up there.
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Posted By Rockledge

Is the shower the only place where there is no...

Is the shower the only place where there is no hot water? If so, then it could be a shower valve issue.

If you've got no hot water anywhere in the house, then you need to confirm that the piping...
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Posted By pugsl

We quit replacing boots about 20 years ago. Axle...

We quit replacing boots about 20 years ago. Axle are rebuild already and a lot easier to work with. I moved from Phoenix to Raleigh and they were wondering why I had taken a axle apart, They had been...
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Posted By MrRonFL

The switch in these things is about the size of a...

The switch in these things is about the size of a coarse human hair. The temper of the springy metal can, and does get weaker, so that even a mild voltage or vibration can pop it open for a split...
08-14-19, 04:02 PM
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Posted By joed

Remove the wires from switch C. The three wires...

Remove the wires from switch C. The three wires from the top left cable are no longer needed. Remove the black from that cable from the black bundle. They are the cable to the other switch. Cap them...
Forum: Water Heaters
08-13-19, 04:42 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Look at the charts for the tankless water heaters...

Look at the charts for the tankless water heaters you are considering. This is something we can't do for you especially since we don't know where you are located. The chart will show you the...
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Posted By ChosunOne

If I use the 6160 are the graphics held in the...

If I use the 6160 are the graphics held in the panel and will they appear after I address the new keypad ?

Yes. Alpha descriptors are resident in panel programming.

Do I just program the...
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Posted By MrRonFL

The 6160 alpha keypad and the 6150 fixed language...

The 6160 alpha keypad and the 6150 fixed language keypad are the current models, and will be compatible.
08-12-19, 12:23 PM
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Posted By Astuff

If some of the lines are for digital...

If some of the lines are for digital communications they may need to be treated like networking. RS-422 or some sort needs twisted pair to isolate crosstalk. Hard to know without a pinout though.
08-10-19, 10:02 AM
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

I like to wire smoke detectors on a commonly used...

I like to wire smoke detectors on a commonly used lighting circuit. That way if the circuit trips it will not go unnoticed.
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Posted By MrRonFL

Heat detectors do have a purpose and function. ...

Heat detectors do have a purpose and function. They are for locations where the ambient conditions would result in excessive false trips; or for locations where life safety is the lesser...
08-08-19, 12:52 PM
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Posted By Astuff

Jumpering L2 and N will most likely blow...

Jumpering L2 and N will most likely blow something up fairly quick. Seeing there is a transformer on the diagram I assume there is no auto-ranging power supply.
08-06-19, 03:37 PM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

That wall looks cosmetic.

That wall looks cosmetic.
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Posted By Norm201

Yes this is sweated on. I suggest you cut it off...

Yes this is sweated on. I suggest you cut it off at the valve and use a Sharkbite valve. No soldering or threading.
07-30-19, 04:04 AM
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Posted By Steamboy

To @PJMax; you forgot the 3.4 BTU/watt in your...

To @PJMax; you forgot the 3.4 BTU/watt in your computation. (about 84 amps)
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Posted By pugsl

What I have found most times with that washer is...

What I have found most times with that washer is either pump is jammed or pump is bad. Usually I have found a small item like a safty pin jammed in impeller of pump. I found a nickle in one.
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Posted By Pilot Dane

It might work but it all depends on the specifics...

It might work but it all depends on the specifics of what you have. I have a repeater at my house with a Yagi antenna in the attic aimed at a cell tower and it handles LTE/CDMA/GSM/UMTS/AWS. I know...
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