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If you go with the tile you may also want to calk...

If you go with the tile you may also want to calk an upside down horseshoe of calk under the escutcheon.
Also make sure there is a small opening in the bottom of it so any water can drain out. Many...
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Posted By manden

Why not just tape over the hinge pin area and...

Why not just tape over the hinge pin area and then paint the rest of the hinge?

I have seen many hinges that had the hinge pin area painted and after a couple years they look like crap.

Note...
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Posted By manden

Yes location is very important. If you are...

Yes location is very important.

If you are in a cold climate then defeating the temperature switch may cost you a fan motor.
Many motors do not like to run/start when it is cold re: below...
10-07-19, 06:07 AM
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Posted By manden

Drain tube does look like it has a flapper on it...

Drain tube does look like it has a flapper on it but it is hard to tell for sure from the pictures I found.

This is a single evaporator unit so if the flies are breeding in the drip pan they have...
10-06-19, 05:12 AM
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Posted By manden

They should not be able to get from the drain pan...

They should not be able to get from the drain pan into the fridge.

The units I have seen all have a s trap or a duck bill type drain which should stop them.
Perhaps the make and model may help...
10-05-19, 05:42 PM
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Posted By manden

You have already done what you can to get a...

You have already done what you can to get a fairly accurate estimate re: called the utility company.

Due to the span you may have to pay for two poles.
Forum: Water Heaters
10-03-19, 02:42 PM
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Posted By manden

So you just open the drain until the water coming...

So you just open the drain until the water coming out is clear?

Yes, at least that is all I do.
10-02-19, 09:17 AM
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Posted By manden

The 1" per foot is a minimum and a little more is...

The 1" per foot is a minimum and a little more is better.

OOPS!!!
Typo on my part should be 1/8" per foot.
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Posted By manden

Take some water out of the bowl. If the drip...

Take some water out of the bowl.
If the drip stops then that may help find it.

Then slowly add the water back to see when the drip starts again.
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Posted By manden

Below is a link to a service manual. ...

Below is a link to a service manual.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzIiBNwRIV4NSVloUlJZSzYyU00/view

Sounds like is either the fresh food or ice room fan.
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Posted By manden

go to the Sears Parts site and search your model...

go to the Sears Parts site and search your model number.
Then you will be able to download the manual which gives the warranty.

Looks like it is
90 days on parts and labour
3 years on parts...
09-19-19, 04:13 AM
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Posted By manden

Definitely get in another electrician. I do not...

Definitely get in another electrician.
I do not know why he felt you needed to upgrade to 200 amp.
This involves not only a new panel and breakers but a new drop line from the power pole to the...
09-19-19, 03:50 AM
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Posted By manden

By the one on the right I am assuming it is the...

By the one on the right I am assuming it is the blue handled one.\
Just checking to be sure the picture has no been rotated.

Looks to me that they are just two shutoff valves in series.
The blue...
09-17-19, 04:25 AM
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Posted By manden

Go to the store and see if they will let you...

Go to the store and see if they will let you bring a cushion home overnight.

Then you will have a better idea of what it will look like.
Hopefully you will be able to check it in natural light...
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Posted By manden

Below is a link to a manual. Your wiring...

Below is a link to a manual.
Your wiring diagram is on Page 87, I think!!!
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1186288/Adt-Safewatch-Pro-3000.html?page=87#manual

Could be that there was a problem...
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Posted By manden

Normally the adjusters are spring steel. You...

Normally the adjusters are spring steel.
You push then towards the center of the mower and they release from little tabs on the rounded metal peice lower down on the adjuster.
So if just the...
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