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What about the modem? First thing I'd try is...

What about the modem? First thing I'd try is hardwiring a computer direct to the modem and see what happens.
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What do you have for a modem/router?

What do you have for a modem/router?
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Not entirely sure this is correct but I think...

Not entirely sure this is correct but I think that was made by MTD, this might be the manual, has a parts list.
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How are you doing your speed tests? You need to...

How are you doing your speed tests? You need to use ethernet from the gateway to your laptop for accurate results and the laptop has to have a GB ethernet adapter. If your testing while connected to...
09-03-19, 04:45 PM
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Nope, makes no sense, why would you call...

Nope, makes no sense, why would you call something with 4 points a 3 point?
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So after all my planning and gathering of...

So after all my planning and gathering of everything I thought I'd need, today was appliance day. Replaced the microwave first, then the range. Got the old fridge emptied and pulled it out and what...
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That seems like it's gonna be my only option,...

That seems like it's gonna be my only option, thanks Pete!
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Yeah, but I'm getting a wall mount that uses...

Yeah, but I'm getting a wall mount that uses replaceable cartridges and don't want to have to keep disconnecting the line to flush a new filter.
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Ok, so I'm going with Pete's suggestion of the...

Ok, so I'm going with Pete's suggestion of the sharkbite valve, also have the inline filter to mount to the wall behind the fridge or under the sink (haven't decided yet).

I have discovered I'm...
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Thanks Pete, only issue with one of those is I'd...

Thanks Pete, only issue with one of those is I'd have to install a separate inline filter to the fridge, not really a big deal though.
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I think I have found a resolution. The connectors...

I think I have found a resolution. The connectors at the valve are 1/2", I installed an undersink filter a couple years ago and want to tap after that for the fridge, the connectors on it are 3/8", I...
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That's the tee I'm having trouble finding, don't...

That's the tee I'm having trouble finding, don't know if I'm not searching correctly or what.
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I forgot to mention we are in a mobile home so no...

I forgot to mention we are in a mobile home so no basement, the above picture is the only place we have to tap in to. As the line has to run behind the dishwasher and stove (about 15 foot run) I'd...
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Running new water line for fridge

We are getting a new fridge that has a built in ice maker. I plan on purchasing this copper line kit https://www.geapplianceparts.com/store/parts/spec/WX8X3 but don't want to use the saddle valve....
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It's similar to powerline in hookup but uses the...

It's similar to powerline in hookup but uses the homes coax wiring, which is designed to carry data. One adapter is connected to a coax wall plate near the router and then connected to the router via...
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There is no router configuration needed for moca....

There is no router configuration needed for moca. Also home power lines are full of electrical noise, not an ideal environment for data transfer.
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I consider powerline & extenders only as a last...

I consider powerline & extenders only as a last resort. Getting the router out of the basement is the best option, one of the best ways to do this if you can't run ethernet upstairs is to use moca...
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I use Star Tron in my equipment fuel (genny,...

I use Star Tron in my equipment fuel (genny, snowblower, lawnmower) I don't drain it off season but run them off season every month, the genny I run every 2 weeks or so usually.
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Don't feel bad about still using a Garmin or the...

Don't feel bad about still using a Garmin or the like instead of a phone. I have a current smartphone and still prefer a dash mounted Garmin, nothing to be ashamed of! I can leave the phone on my hip...
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Yup, not the sturdiest thing. Just have to find...

Yup, not the sturdiest thing. Just have to find something not too expensive to replace it
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Marksr, it's definitely PVC.

Marksr, it's definitely PVC.
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Xsleeper, I'll take a look at Lowes and see what...

Xsleeper, I'll take a look at Lowes and see what they have, that's pretty much what we're looking for. Planning on stripping the paint and probably staining it instead of repainting.
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It may be, but still an eye sore, will take a...

It may be, but still an eye sore, will take a close look at it. We'd like to be able to hang some planters off the railing.
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Railing replacement

This little porch was put in by the previous owners, I can only assume for a grill as they were elderly. The current railings are PVC painted black. We'd like to replace them with something that's...
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Posted By Davejb

I would personally pass on them, considering...

I would personally pass on them, considering their purpose I'd go with new, not worth the risk IMHO.
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