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I've pulled out the dryer; I haven't taken it...

I've pulled out the dryer; I haven't taken it apart- but there really wasn't any lint or anything to clean where the dryer exhaust was. There actually wasn't a huge amount of lint in the hose...
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Thanks for your reply! The vent running through...

Thanks for your reply! The vent running through the wall to the outside is PVC. Hereís what runs from my dryer to the wall, I know itís less than ideal because itís so long:
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I suppose I...
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LG Dryer takes 2 and 3 times to dry load- DLE7177WM

I have a LG dryer that I've been nursing to health for the last few years. It takes a large load 2 even 3 times to dry on the hottest cycle. I've replaced some elements to it in the last 2...
01-11-14, 07:41 AM
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Posted By cfclay

Usual Gas Furnace goes on off on coldest night of year question

I just moved in a house where the a gas furnace in Arkansas weather is 6 years old. I woke up to find the room temperature about 65 when heat was set on 67. It just got colder all day- down to...
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Posted By cfclay

GE dishwasher won't drain- diagnosed many things ?

I have read the forums and taken everything apart and here is where I am on this.

The dishwasher does not drain; nothing appears to be clogged.

However, If I unplug the drain hose from the pipe...
12-07-09, 08:52 AM
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Posted By cfclay

The house is about 8 years old. I'm going to buy...

The house is about 8 years old. I'm going to buy that tester to be sure. You're right- it cools off about a degree every 20 minutes in the winter- which isn't much of a problem if you only use it...
12-07-09, 08:13 AM
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Posted By cfclay

This is the spa in question- or an older model of...

This is the spa in question- or an older model of it:

Nordic Sport - Nordic Hot Tubs (http://www.nordichottubs.com/spas/sport/default.aspx)

It is 120v and it does heat very poorly (when you...
12-06-09, 11:12 PM
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Posted By cfclay

I am going to leave it at 120V.

I am going to leave it at 120V.
12-06-09, 06:55 PM
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Posted By cfclay

Hot Tub hooked up to an outlet with no GFCI- is this safe??

I bought a nordic hot tub lightly used that previously had been hooked up via 220v. I paid an electrician to come to my house and install a a 110v plug (pigtail) on it; and at the time he also...
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