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Posted By Northern Mike

MrRonFL covered what I was going to suggest in...

MrRonFL covered what I was going to suggest in his last post.

Side note and for future reference, on those keypads, *8, <installer code> then hold down the police shield panic button for 2 seconds...
09-17-19, 12:06 PM
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Posted By Northern Mike

It looks to be a hot water boiler system and not...

It looks to be a hot water boiler system and not a steam, so fire hazard shouldn't be an issue. I would however suggest checking their website and MSDS for the temp ratings
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Posted By Northern Mike

Pilot is pretty accurate from what I remember of...

Pilot is pretty accurate from what I remember of my years on my 250cc. I was good up to about 45MPH provided I was not dealing with large hills and the girlfriend on the back.

One suggestion I...
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Posted By Northern Mike

Welcome to the forum. I'm also from Ontario. ...

Welcome to the forum.
I'm also from Ontario.
I would suggest getting a second quote as they should do both boiler and pipes.
I have seen some of these old cast iron monsters and without taking...
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Posted By Northern Mike

Given your size, I would say a 250 would be way...

Given your size, I would say a 250 would be way too small for you to enjoy.
I had a 250cc cruiser when I first started riding and it was ok for me in town only, and I was lucky to break 130lb back...
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Posted By Northern Mike

As PJmax mentioned, if you can, go POE. I have...

As PJmax mentioned, if you can, go POE.
I have got stuck helping others here with WIFI cameras, and it's 90% of the time and issue with power or signal. If I'm running power anyway, why not wire...
09-06-19, 07:48 AM
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Posted By Northern Mike

Glad to hear you opted for an electrician for...

Glad to hear you opted for an electrician for this. I think a job like this may be a bit much for a DIYer.
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Posted By Northern Mike

As long as you are using a hammer drill and not...

As long as you are using a hammer drill and not and SDS drill, you should be fine. I've had very little issue drilling into concrete or brick with my brushless hammer drill.

On question, is that...
08-22-19, 06:27 AM
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Posted By Northern Mike

I don't think it was the 0.2V difference. I...

I don't think it was the 0.2V difference. I suspect under load when attached to the machine, the PS was failing. See this before a lot. test with meter and all looks good. Pull some hair out, opt to...
08-22-19, 05:04 AM
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Posted By Northern Mike

+/- 0.9 V tells me you may have an AC supply with...

+/- 0.9 V tells me you may have an AC supply with your meter set to DC.
08-21-19, 08:53 AM
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Posted By Northern Mike

This is in my opinion the most important. The...

This is in my opinion the most important. The more air seal layers you have, the much, much better you are.
Run some tuck tape over each seam. Anywhere you use vapor barrier, tuck tape and PL...
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Posted By Northern Mike

I think you may be thinking of an SDS Hammer...

I think you may be thinking of an SDS Hammer drill. These come in SDS-Plus or SDS-Max formats (bit diameter).

The rotary hammer to simply a hammer is a function most of these SDS drills have....
08-16-19, 12:35 PM
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Posted By Northern Mike

Are you planning to plant something else in its...

Are you planning to plant something else in its place or run anything that would be below grade?
From your photos it looks like you got it down below grade. myself personally, I would fill the hole...
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Posted By Northern Mike

I have done a ton of blades and drill bits on the...

I have done a ton of blades and drill bits on the bench grinder. As others have mentioned, softer stone and follow the existing angle.
Another thing you will want is a screw or nail in a wall near...
11-21-12, 04:53 AM
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Posted By Northern Mike

If you already have a generator and time to...

If you already have a generator and time to properly setup, I would strongly discourage option 1. Option 1 should be a last resort for if you just got a generator and need it before getting setup up...
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