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bad water hammer and slow pressure bleed

tank and bladder are good; pressure set to 38 psi; well relay is 40/60. everything works fine, except loud multiple back and forth hammer when well pump shuts off at 60. then, there is a slow...
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thanks to all. there are no changes to the...

thanks to all. there are no changes to the thermostat, and nothing has been changed or replaced to the unit, as it is only a year old. i'll double check the drain line to the evaporation tray and...
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Maytag msf2502eaw00 fridge water leak

the fridge works perfectly except:
about every 10 days or so, there is a large puddle underneath the front, that runs onto the floor. this happens whether or not we use the icemaker and water...
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occasional water puddle from bottom of refrigerator

our maytag 2 door upright, with ice maker and water dispenser, works perfectly, except for one thing. about once a week a puddle of water forms under the refrigerator side. I suppose this is related...
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Preparation necessary to re-stain cedar deck

our condo handyman says that my cedar deck needs pressure washing before the yearly re-stain he recommends. my wife says that's a practice that will damage the already existing stain. she's inclined...
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this is a stumper

the old ceiling fan/light worked fine. the wall switch controlled only the light, and the drawstring controlled the fan. but, the bulb sockets were very wobbly, so i replaced it with a new fan/light...
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thanks for the help. but, my menard's opener...

thanks for the help. but, my menard's opener became toast after 2 years very of light use; lessss than 100 cycles. i replaced it with a liftmaster.
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there are NO plastic shavings under motor in...

there are NO plastic shavings under motor in housing. the buttons: limit/white; force/blue; learn/yellow; up/greeen; down/red. the model # intertek is 2211-d. theere is also a separeate metal tab...
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motor seems jammed

3/4 hp chamberlain. suddenly, no matter what, the motor moves chain 1" and stops dead. no longer responds to wall unit sender. even when i try to manually adjust the up/down limits, the chain moves...
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pinhole steamer in cast iron boiler

my 13 y/o cast iron oil boiler developed a pinhole leak, obviously on the bottom where i cannot reach it. i suppose i need a new boiler [you'd think they would last longer than 13 years]. on the...
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i think i found the problem. when i pulled the...

i think i found the problem. when i pulled the pcv out of the valve cover, and then covered the opening of the pcv, the idle dropped right to normal, instantly. sooo, i bought a new $2.99 pcv and...
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flase alarm. woke up with a "eurika moment."...

flase alarm. woke up with a "eurika moment." fixed it at 3:30 am.
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beckett afg burner coupler ??

i want to replace the coupler. i have taken off the blower motor. the old coupler is 3 pieces, being 2 end caps and the shaft. the shaft and the end cap that was in the oil pump motor came out....
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1990 cheyenne idles waaaaaaaay too fast

otherwise it runs great. there are no vacuum leaks. i have replaced the IACV, but it did not touch the problem. even after the engine if fully warm, idle is waaay fast. could it be the throttle...
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thank you both for the help

thank you both for the help
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gasket advice needed

i'm replacing my B&G S100 with a taco 007. i have 2 questions:

is there a trick to keeping the lower O-ring in its groove as you set the pump on the lower flange??

should i also use some type...
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ok. thanks to all for your advice.

ok. thanks to all for your advice.
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sorry. my post was way too confusing. the old...

sorry. my post was way too confusing.
the old B&G was installed, years ago, for only 3 heating zones [and i remote water heater]. I got rid of the wter heater andreplaced it with a 4th zone, which...
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cirulator advice please

i am going to put in a new pump to replace the old and leaking and noisy B&G 100. My choices are the taco 007 and the 008. i have a 3/4" copper baseboard hot water system, 4 zones, with the longest...
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thanks to all for the excellent advice. as far as...

thanks to all for the excellent advice. as far as i can tell, the old flanges are great. this saves me time and money. i love this forum.
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what size flanges do i need to order

i know; this question is waay too basic, but i couldn't google the answer.
i am repalcing my B&G s-100 circulator with a taco 07 this summer. i need to order flanges. the current flanges are...
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a clear, understandable article and very helpful...

a clear, understandable article and very helpful replies. i suspect the culprit was the very wide wide gap, and so i will start with a new transformer and check the gaps evey 6 weeks or so during the...
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grady one last question, hopefully. when i did...

grady
one last question, hopefully. when i did my seasonal cleaning/prep in august, i noticed that the points were burned back so far that there was about a 1/2" gap, and of course the gap was too...
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so i guess somthing is wrong if the electrodes...

so i guess somthing is wrong if the electrodes are being burned away, and it sounds like that is because the flame is too close to the electrode tips. and that is not the fault of the transformer but...
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