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Thanks for the reply! I should've mentioned that...

Thanks for the reply! I should've mentioned that I'm going with a dry stack setup. I'll edit my post to include. Thanks again!
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Retaining wall drainage question

Our house is on the crest of a small hill, and our front yard slopes a small bit where it meets the sidewalk. I'm wanting to place a small wall to prevent erosion in our front yard. When I say...
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We thought about the driveway potentially...

We thought about the driveway potentially becoming slippery...particularly because it's pretty sloped. Thanks for the reply!
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Tannin (Pecan) stains on concrete slab

Greetings! My wife and I bought a home a few months back. The front concrete driveway was added shortly before we bought it, so it's still very new. It's a great slab, but unfortunately mother nature...
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Model #80901/502DS. The manual ...

Model #80901/502DS. The manual (https://www.tramontina-usa.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WEB_BR.80901-502_4.4-CU-FT-WINE-AND-BEVERAGE-CENTER_REVERSIBLE-DOOR.pdf)indicates at least 2 inch side and 4...
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We frequently have company and liked the idea of...

We frequently have company and liked the idea of having a separate fridge for drinks...mostly beer, really. The water line is still intact...just tucked away under the sink next to the fridge. If we...
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Small drink fridge

Greetings!

My wife and I recently bought our home. A dishwasher was included, but we prefer to hand wash. I pulled out the dishwasher, and replaced it with a small drink fridge.

Are there any...
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Unused dryer duct

Hello. My wife and I recently purchased a home. We haven't had a clothes dryer in two years or so, and we don't plan on buying one anytime in the future. We use a clothesline to dry all our laundry...
Forum: Water Heaters
10-11-18, 03:53 PM
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Posted By frawgster

Again...thanks, everyone, for the replies and for...

Again...thanks, everyone, for the replies and for the education.

Electrician dropped by, and all is well.

I discovered the culprit...a leak. I turned on the heater and the cold water inlet, let...
Forum: Water Heaters
10-11-18, 10:31 AM
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Posted By frawgster

Slab is common in these parts, but our house is a...

Slab is common in these parts, but our house is a bit older (built in 1958)...it's pier and beam. I haven't ventured into the crawlspace to check for leaks since mid-July, before we closed on the...
Forum: Water Heaters
10-11-18, 09:01 AM
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Posted By frawgster

Thanks, everyone, for the replies. Despite the...

Thanks, everyone, for the replies. Despite the problems I'm having, I'm enjoying the bit of education I'm getting.

I turned off the cold water valve for a couple hours yesterday, and left the...
Forum: Water Heaters
10-10-18, 10:14 AM
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Posted By frawgster

Thanks for the reply. Oops...I'm located in...

Thanks for the reply.

Oops...I'm located in San Antonio, Texas (Central Texas). I turned the temp on the therms down from 125 to 110 to at least partially compensate for forthcoming cooler...
Forum: Water Heaters
10-10-18, 09:43 AM
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Views: 410
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Rheem Water Heater - excessive power usage

Greetings! For the last week and a half, I've been struggling to pinpoint exactly why my water heater's electrical usage increased dramatically over the course of a week.

I believe it's a 50...
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