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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 Woodbutcher

Hi, Take a piece of wire about four feet long (...

Hi, Take a piece of wire about four feet long ( 12 or 14 elect solid wire would work)
Twist an eye on the end of the wire with a light cloth attached to it. tie a knot in the cloth so it won't come...
09-11-19, 07:10 AM
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Posted By Marq1

You dont mention how high up the branches are but...

You dont mention how high up the branches are but cutting a 12" dia branch with a hand saw /hand pole saw is going to be nearly impossible plus I would not want to be anywhere near that branch when...
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Posted By pugsl

There is a flange that will slid down that pipe....

There is a flange that will slid down that pipe. Measure the inside diamater of pipe and go to Lowes or HD or plumbers store and they will have what you need. Flange will be glued and screwed down....
08-16-19, 12:31 PM
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Posted By joed

Go to your local farm supply and get an electric...

Go to your local farm supply and get an electric fence charger.
Anything connected directly to your 120 power is just asking for trouble to kill a human.
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Posted By aka pedro

Why are you removing them? If you're replacing...

Why are you removing them? If you're replacing boards just rip the old ones out then cut the screws off.
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Posted By PJmax

There really isn't an extractor for that...

There really isn't an extractor for that application.
Usually you just wedge a small flat screwdriver under the head and lift the head up while turning.

There are several other tools like a mini...
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Posted By MrRonFL

The switch in these things is about the size of a...

The switch in these things is about the size of a coarse human hair. The temper of the springy metal can, and does get weaker, so that even a mild voltage or vibration can pop it open for a split...
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Posted By ChosunOne

Something that often gets overlooked are the...

Something that often gets overlooked are the magnets in the magnet & switch pair. Sometimes a door or (especially) window goes into fault because the magnet drops out of a window sash or door. or...
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Posted By Marq1

Gutters are probably the #1 defense to getting...

Gutters are probably the #1 defense to getting water away from the foundation, assuming they are plumed correct.

Personally I would never not have gutters!
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Posted By Marq1

I use my bench grinder with fine stone, can...

I use my bench grinder with fine stone, can sharpen any blade in 2-4 minutes, can't imagine trying to work a big nick out of the blade edge by hand!
08-12-19, 10:48 AM
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Posted By Shadeladie

Pavers, gravel, cement or pay someone to mow. ...

Pavers, gravel, cement or pay someone to mow. Anything you plant is going to require some maintenance, so might as well just get rid of it all.
08-08-19, 11:01 AM
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Posted By marksr

good chance they are asbestos tiles

good chance they are asbestos tiles
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Posted By MrRonFL

Easy peasy. Open the old one up, take the...

Easy peasy.

Open the old one up, take the wires loose from their connectons making note as to which ones are on the power terminals, and being careful to not short the power wires to anything...
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Posted By MrRonFL

Wired or wireless? Makes a difference in process.

Wired or wireless? Makes a difference in process.
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Posted By Mad Scientist

What router are you using? Generally for...

What router are you using?

Generally for wireless cameras, I suggest a second (higher-end) router to control the wireless bandwidth of the cameras. Have the second router on different...
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Posted By MrRonFL

The switch to stay mode normally only happens if...

The switch to stay mode normally only happens if you arm the system, and _don't_ open and close an entry/exit zone. It's an automated safety function.
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