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Thanks again marksr. I am slowly getting there....

Thanks again marksr. I am slowly getting there. Below is my attached drawing assuming hole depth of 42", footing width (diameter) of 21" and footing thickness of 8". Is this what is intended by the...
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OK - thanks marksr. Want to make sure i...

OK - thanks marksr. Want to make sure i understand correctly: If my footer is in the ground 42" (to get below frost line) and it is 4" above ground then the footing thickness for this is 46", yes?...
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Footing diameter v. footing thickness

I do not understand the difference between the terms "Round Footing Diameter" and "Footing Thickness" in the Prescriptive Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide, Figure 4, page 12.

For my...
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Hi- just pulled the heating element both circuits...

Hi- just pulled the heating element both circuits test positive for continuity. However it seems that for the two coils interconnected, if just one of these two could have a break, it would still...
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Thanks pugsli. Makes sense. Have taken apart...

Thanks pugsli. Makes sense. Have taken apart before with help from Youtube or Repair Clinic. Will give it a try and post back.
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Thanks Pjmax. Disconnected vent and ran with...

Thanks Pjmax. Disconnected vent and ran with load. Same result, got up to about only 94F. Ran without load, it cycled around 135-140 on high heat. Maybe the load makes that big a difference in...
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GE Electric Dryer Low Heat

The dryer model is DPSE810EG4WT. Wife said it did not seem to be getting as hot as in the past (High heat setting). I tested dryer running empty with a thermometer in the vent. When empty, it got...
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Posted By beamhillrd

Need help using router

I have a project where I have to have a 5/16" slot about 4 inches long in a piece wood that is 6" x 6" x .25". Is this something that could be done with a router? I have never used one and would...
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Thanks chandler. Would you mind explaining what...

Thanks chandler. Would you mind explaining what you mean by "crack the case".

Thanks.
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Posted By beamhillrd

Small leak after Subaru Forester 2012 engine replacement

Subaru Forester 2012 engine seized at 110,000 miles. Not sure why, but it was not due to lack of oil or not doing proper oil changes.

Engine was replaced by Subaru dealer last Friday. Have...
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I do have a rather long vent, yesterday I...

I do have a rather long vent, yesterday I disassembled and cleaned completely, though was not much lint, and did not resolve problem. Flow at exterior vent end seems normal but will check as you...
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GE Dryer Heating but Not Full Heat

GE electric dryer DPSE810EG4WT seems to have lower than normal heat, long time to dry. Heating element is WE11X20397. This element appears to have 3 coils. Could just one or two of them be not...
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Posted By beamhillrd

Update #2 from original poster

Tested transformer at AC, working ok at about 27v. So now thinking faulty circulating pump; would zone valves not open if pump doesn't work?
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update from original poster

I am not getting any reading at the valves from the transformer. Should be 12 or 18 dc volts I believe (?).
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Oil burner heats water; does not provide baseboard heat

My Weil-McLain boiler comes on to provide hot water (coil in boiler), but does not respond to calls for heat from any of four zones. I probably can't make this repair myself (unless it is something...
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Repair Exterior Foundation Spalling

On my homes exposed concrete foundation, which is approx 20" from ground to siding is deteriorated on the surface, varies about 1/4" to 1" in depth; I believe it is called spalling (?). It is a 1955...
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Posted By beamhillrd

Thank you marksr. Erring on the side of caution...

Thank you marksr. Erring on the side of caution is the plan.
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Thanks for all the repsonses. Very helpful.

Thanks for all the repsonses. Very helpful.
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Help with dorm refrigerator transport

This concerns a new 4.4 cubic foot dorm refrigerator, still in box, to be transported to college in my SUV. In the box it is too large to stand upright in the SUV. When I picked it up at the store to...
05-19-15, 07:41 AM
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Posted By beamhillrd

Looking up prices now ESand1, thanks.

Looking up prices now ESand1, thanks.
05-19-15, 06:59 AM
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Thanks Pilot Dane, Vermont, marksr. All things to...

Thanks Pilot Dane, Vermont, marksr. All things to consider. Anyone have any thoughts on how to put together lengths of some type of metal pipe or whatever, or a flagpole type setup.
05-19-15, 05:11 AM
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Thanks for the responses. The yoke and pine tree...

Thanks for the responses. The yoke and pine tree suggestion may be a viable option. I will check the layout tonight. Or as suggested, may be able to go lower and a buried 6x6 might work. Thanks...
05-18-15, 12:41 PM
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Yes, Furd is correct. Pulleys at either end. Very...

Yes, Furd is correct. Pulleys at either end. Very convenient to walk out to the deck to put out and take in clothes.
05-18-15, 12:11 PM
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Posted By beamhillrd

Clothesline Pole Needed

My clothesline was connected from a second story deck to a dead tree at about 18-20 feet high. About 110 feet of clothesline length from deck to tree, great for a lot of clothes drying. The tree has...
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The dealer found a stone in the left front brake...

The dealer found a stone in the left front brake between the rotor and the backing plate. $32.95 and problem solved. Thanks to all.
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