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09-13-19, 05:10 PM
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Posted By pgtek

hi the bushing must be worn out call...

hi
the bushing must be worn out
call commercial door installer to replace them
09-12-19, 05:21 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 755
Posted By Pilot Dane

How much time do you spend fiddling with your...

How much time do you spend fiddling with your current thermostat? Mine I set it and that's it' until winter when we change to heating mode. So, I think of wifi thermostats as mostly a gimmick. ...
09-11-19, 03:03 PM
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

Either way will work. However, I do not like to...

Either way will work. However, I do not like to rely on the device for my connection so I always pigtail.
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Views: 582
Posted By the_tow_guy

Why I routinely recommend the small independent...

Why I routinely recommend the small independent shops over dealers and franchises except for warranty work, recalls, and certain proprietary items.
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Posted By XSleeper

I dont think you would "pour a new slab on top of...

I dont think you would "pour a new slab on top of the old" when the original surface could be repaired and simply resurfaced. That's what topping mix is for. But there can be bonding issues,...
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Views: 582
Posted By lawrosa

For what its worth on my silverado it often comes...

For what its worth on my silverado it often comes on at the 8000 mile mark. But I run up to 10000 miles. I am in warm climate. There is a fudge factor.. But when I get up there I am often 1/2 a quart...
09-08-19, 07:53 AM
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Posted By Bud9051

This...

This...
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Posted By aka pedro

Okay, just one reminder for anyone over 60, go...

Okay, just one reminder for anyone over 60, go for tinted primer. I got the trim painted this morning, but what a chore. And I even thought about tint when I got it, but went with alkyd primer so...
09-08-19, 05:47 AM
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Posted By johnam

Listen to Norm201, leave it to the professionals....

Listen to Norm201, leave it to the professionals. Since you have to remove the mirror, why not have a glass shop make a new piece with the hole since they will not be responsible for working on your...
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Views: 351
Posted By the_tow_guy

Some positive news maybe. She got a call late in...

Some positive news maybe. She got a call late in the day from service writer that it looked like it would be covered. Fingers crossed. :coffee:
Forum: Water Heaters
09-06-19, 05:11 PM
Replies: 6
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Posted By PJmax

I'm not really a plumber but I change water...

I'm not really a plumber but I change water heaters and I'm old school and use copper pipe.

Keep in mind that flex is rubber hose with a stainless braid over it.
I don't think I'd use that for...
09-05-19, 03:46 AM
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Views: 201
Posted By Pilot Dane

Simply straightening the fence and "filling in"...

Simply straightening the fence and "filling in" is likely just a Band-Aid fix for the problem. My guess is that the posts are not set deep enough into the ground. The general rule of thumb is for...
09-03-19, 08:08 PM
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Views: 238
Posted By CycleZen

The Canadian arguer is just looking for an excuse...

The Canadian arguer is just looking for an excuse to brag on square-drive screws, invented by a Canadian called Robertson. And he has cause to brag- i'd rather use a square drive than a flat blade...
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Views: 748
Posted By Hal_S

Should to mention that THIS DOES depend on WHERE...

Should to mention that THIS DOES depend on WHERE you're getting gasoline.

IIRC, gasoline sold in -Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington- is E10, that means...
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Views: 274
Posted By FatalXCept10n

Actually I did....

wife asked when I would have this done... I told her “Two weeks!”
08-25-19, 11:25 AM
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Views: 495
Posted By ZeeRee

Thanks so much everyone! Still not sure what I'm...

Thanks so much everyone! Still not sure what I'm going to do with the window but it sounds like everyone agrees that I shouldn't go out of my way to raise cabinets, correct? I'm thinking to just...
08-22-19, 03:15 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 340
Posted By PAbugman

All good answers above. Sometimes, by my...

All good answers above. Sometimes, by my observation, the tunnel seems to go down and then up slightly which redirects the chemical, or maybe there are gaps in the soil underneath that just take it...
Replies: 9
Views: 406
Posted By XSleeper

Looks like it was messing up the siding before. ...

Looks like it was messing up the siding before.

Maybe try this kind....
08-19-19, 11:03 AM
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Views: 363
Posted By XSleeper

You don't need the tempered glass to be thick....

You don't need the tempered glass to be thick. 1/4" tempered would be plenty thick, unless it is spanning some huge distance. You will want to order it with a rounded ground/polished edge.
08-16-19, 06:57 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 426
Posted By XSleeper

To add to what Pete said, if the sides of the...

To add to what Pete said, if the sides of the cabinet are bowing out you need to add a fixed shelf in the middle... a non-movable shelf that is screwed to each side to prevent the cabinet from...
08-15-19, 03:35 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 297
Posted By XSleeper

No idea what we are looking at. Back up and take...

No idea what we are looking at. Back up and take another picture.

I think it's normal for air to get past a screen... lol screens aren't waterproof either. It's a screen.
Replies: 4
Views: 344
Posted By marksr

Are the holes in the brick or the mortar? If it's...

Are the holes in the brick or the mortar? If it's the brick I'd caulk them, if the mortar I'd mix up a small amount of mortar to fill them with [although caulk would be ok]
Replies: 12
Views: 403
Posted By Viriliter_Agite

In addition to all the reasons mentioned for...

In addition to all the reasons mentioned for having gutters, most loan agencies including the VA require them to qualify for a loan. The reason is property integrity.
My gutters dump into a below...
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Views: 403
Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

Unless you like trenches in the ground below your...

Unless you like trenches in the ground below your roofline, I would recommend gutters.
Replies: 18
Views: 425
Posted By XSleeper

Braided lines often need to be longer than needed...

Braided lines often need to be longer than needed in order to loop, because depending on the length, a bend can put too much stress on the line.
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