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'01 Camry Automatic Headlights

My dad has a 2001 Toyota Camry. It has the auto sensing lights so they come on automatically as it gets dark outside. Early in the morning he drives to his job and sometimes will sit in his car for...
04-19-10, 11:34 AM
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OK guys, thanks for the input. I did pull up...

OK guys, thanks for the input. I did pull up siding near the windows and I do not see any damage. The windows have been replaced so I'm guessing they were at least flashed. And other areas where I...
04-19-10, 09:48 AM
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No Tyvek on house??

I own a 1979 colonial that is vinyl sided. I am not the original owner. I just discovered there is no Tyvek or tar paper under the vinyl siding, there is just the plywood. :mad:

I believe the...
10-15-09, 10:00 AM
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My Golden's used to have the same problem from...

My Golden's used to have the same problem from time to time - yuck! A couple years back I switched them to a raw food diet. And since then they have no gas problems. I'm convinced it was the...
04-01-09, 05:23 AM
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Garbage disposal won't turn off??

I have an Insinkerator garbage disposal, 3/4 HP, about 6 years old. It is operated by turning the sink stopper, not by a light switch. All of a sudden it will not turn off. Every time I turn the...
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Posted By Hammylinky

It is an automatic but my wife primarily drives...

It is an automatic but my wife primarily drives it and ALWAYS uses the e-brake, even though I told her it is no necesary. :confused:
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Posted By Hammylinky

'01 4Runner e-brake frozen

I had the front brakes replaced on my 4Runner about 3 months ago. I also had the e-brake adjusted. Yesterday I had the timing belt replaced at the same repair shop and they said the left e-brake...
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Building code near a fireplace??

I have a two story home. There is a brick fireplace (which we use on a regular basis) in my family room with my attached garage on the other side. On the second floor, there is an access door to...
01-09-09, 09:59 AM
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Posted By Hammylinky

As a Toyota owner myself I am biased towards them...

As a Toyota owner myself I am biased towards them too. But I can tell you the Sienna is very well made based on my friends experience the other night. She was leaving work around dusk and as she...
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iTunes backup

I want to back up my iTunes library in case my hard drive were to crash. I currently have about 2 GB of music. iTunes help gives instructions to back up using CDs - wouldn't that take a lot of...
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Mold in corner shower

I have a corner shower that is made of several pieces of fiberglass. Silicone was used to seal the joints when the shower was installed. On several joints toward the bottom of the shower black mold...
10-23-07, 09:45 AM
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Just a thought - a lot of inspectors in our area...

Just a thought - a lot of inspectors in our area no longer allow laundry chutes due to the fire hazard as they allow flames to quickly travel between levels of a house. Certainly most people never...
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Posted By Hammylinky

I agree. Just the ABS light came on in my car...

I agree. Just the ABS light came on in my car and the problem is a short in one of the ABS sensors. If the brake light is on as well that is a more serious problem.
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Posted By Hammylinky

quickcurrent - thanks for your post. The quote...

quickcurrent - thanks for your post. The quote from this contractor did say it would include 2" of asphalt, though I wonder if that would have been true across the whole driveway. I have decided to...
07-30-07, 09:55 AM
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Posted By Hammylinky

My dogs were a bit chicken of the water at first....

My dogs were a bit chicken of the water at first. If you find yours is try to find another dog who is swimming. Mine couldn't resist going in the water if their "playmates" were doing it! Good...
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New driveway question

I am in the process of getting estimates for a new driveway. Most companies quote to tear out the existing driveway and put down a new one. One local company has a different process. They use a...
07-11-07, 09:14 AM
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Posted By Hammylinky

Thanks guys. I'll go ahead and get the quote. ...

Thanks guys. I'll go ahead and get the quote. Seems like something I should do now. I certainly don't want a problem once the new driveway is in!
07-10-07, 07:21 AM
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Propane tank ownership

I have an underground propane tank that was replaced early last year. It is owned by the propane company so it was done at no cost to me. The company wanted to replace the line from the tank to my...
05-09-07, 09:50 AM
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Posted By Hammylinky

Boy, talk about a million possible answers for...

Boy, talk about a million possible answers for that question! You may want to look into a Labradoodle, which is a mix of Labrador and Poodle. They are suppose to be virtually allergy free and are a...
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Molding question

I am putting up some new molding in my house. The old molding was your typical 70's/80's colonial casing. The new molding is straight, fluted casing. On certain doorways the drywall is not level...
04-20-07, 06:58 PM
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Posted By Hammylinky

I still have my 94 Camry. I've had it almost 8...

I still have my 94 Camry. I've had it almost 8 years and it has been a great car. Still runs like the day I got it and I can still barely hear the engine at a stoplight (V6). Gotta love Toyota -...
03-26-07, 05:00 AM
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Posted By Hammylinky

Removing tile floor

I'm taking up tile in my kitchen and hallway. Whoever installed it seemed to use a fair amount of mastic. The thin layer of plywood that was put over the subfloor was secured using wood screws. I...
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Posted By Hammylinky

I'd go with new doors too, unless your existing...

I'd go with new doors too, unless your existing ones are only a few years old. Would be much easier that way. If you don't really use the fireplace and it is more decorative you could try spray...
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Posted By Hammylinky

My ABS light comes an goes. The problem is...

My ABS light comes an goes. The problem is sensor for the ABS. Actually, I was told 3 of the 4 sensors were bad. At over $200 a pop I deal with the light coming on occassionally.

Actually, it...
01-04-07, 09:25 AM
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Posted By Hammylinky

Newt, that helps a lot, thanks! Thankfully my...

Newt, that helps a lot, thanks! Thankfully my Golden's symptoms are very minor in comparison. He is maybe 5 lbs overweight, has not experienced any hair loss and never-ever turns down any food. He...
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