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03-07-08, 10:56 PM
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Thanks guys. I will be replacing all detectors...

Thanks guys. I will be replacing all detectors with the same make and model, as mine have hit the 10 year mark.
03-03-08, 04:41 AM
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Posted By steve10112

adding additional smoke detectors

Good day all. I am in need of adding additional smoke detectors (3 wire interconnected) to my home. While all the information I could find states to daisy chain all the detectors, would it be OK to...
01-27-07, 10:35 PM
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Posted By steve10112

Got it..Thanks to all!

Got it..Thanks to all!
01-27-07, 10:04 PM
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Posted By steve10112

Thanks for the speedy reply.. not sure what you...

Thanks for the speedy reply.. not sure what you mean by a ''BE1" though?
Steve
01-27-07, 09:56 PM
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Posted By steve10112

wiring for an over the range microwave

I plan on running a dedicated 20 amp circuit for an over the range microwave during my kitchen remodel. My question is, are most models plug in or direct wired into a box. Also if plug in, not sure...
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Posted By steve10112

Thanks to you both, I will try to research the...

Thanks to you both, I will try to research the location of the check valve, I guess it has gone bad.
Steve
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Posted By steve10112

accelerating and A/C

I have a 94 thunderbird (3.8) with a rather bizzare problem. It has automatic climate control, and with the A/C on, while accelerating rapidly (like when pulling onto the highway) the a/c switches...
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Posted By steve10112

Actually, I would need a thinner one, as it is...

Actually, I would need a thinner one, as it is going under the flange, which now sits 1/8 to 3/16' ABOVE the finished tile floor, which runs completely underneath it. I slightly over estimated the...
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Posted By steve10112

Thanks Majakdragon!

Thanks Majakdragon!
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Posted By steve10112

Closet Flange Spacer

I just completed tiling a new bath addition. I held the pvc flange w/ a metal ring up 3/4'' to accomodate the 1/4 backer board thinset and tile. The ring now sits up about an 1/8 to 3/16' above the...
04-04-06, 06:22 AM
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Posted By steve10112

Thank you Racraft for the quick response!

Thank you Racraft for the quick response!
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Posted By steve10112

floor leveling alternative

I would like to add laminate floor to a second floor room measuring approx 17' x 15'. The subfloor is 3/4 T&G plywood, however, there is about a 1/2" plus sag in the middle of the 17' span. I am not...
04-03-06, 01:38 PM
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Posted By steve10112

adding a doorbell chime

I have read past posts recommending wiring an additional chime in parallel by wiring between the chimes. But as I am only using one pushbutton, would it be possible to break on of the wires on the...
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Posted By steve10112

additional smoke alarm

I need to add an additional interconnected smoke detector for a bedrm. The exhisting detectors are wired from one to another using 14/3. Would I be able to tap off of a smoke detector in the middle...
01-25-06, 07:14 PM
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Views: 1,659
Posted By steve10112

Thanks Racraft, that's the answer I needed. The...

Thanks Racraft, that's the answer I needed. The second part was if I tied both neutrals together, would that be considered a shared neutral?
01-25-06, 06:50 PM
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Posted By steve10112

shared neutral?

I am currently wiring an addition to my kitchen. I ran a new circuit from the panel for the lights and a new circuit for the recepticals. When wiring a double gang box on the new lighting circuit I...
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Posted By steve10112

I had a similar problem with my sony 51 inch wd...

I had a similar problem with my sony 51 inch wd screen. If the voltage is to high on one or more of the r,g or b guns retrace lines will appear. It seems to be a common problem when moving these...
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Posted By steve10112

I have already installed the poly, which cut down...

I have already installed the poly, which cut down the dampness considerably.
How would I go about measuring the moisture content of each floor? Thanks
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Posted By steve10112

paper under hardwood

I am planning on extenting the 3/4 hardwood into a new addition. The current floor has rosen paper between the subfloor and the hardwood, however I have read several times about the use of 15lb felt....
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Posted By steve10112

Thanks, I'll check them out!

Thanks, I'll check them out!
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Views: 1,212
Posted By steve10112

Aside from the custom made option, have you ever...

Aside from the custom made option, have you ever come across any type of flexible strips or something similar that would work. As I am doing this project myself to save money, I don't think I would...
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Posted By steve10112

curved transition

I will be installing a small tile foyer into my family room which will be hardwood. I would like to have a radius design as opposed to just square, but I am at a loss how to handle the transition...
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Posted By steve10112

in wall speaker wire

While recently picking up some speaker wire for rear sourround speakers, I noticed it was labled "not for in wall use" Is this a new requirement, as I am not familiar with anyone ever running special...
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Posted By steve10112

tub surround caulk

I'm installing a Lasco 3 piece tub w/surround. Directions call for 100% silicon "mildew resistant" caulk. Any suggestions for a caulk that will not mildew. Thanks once again for the help!
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Views: 669
Posted By steve10112

Thank you both. I will check out the center...

Thank you both. I will check out the center channnel speaker and receiver you recommended. Steve
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