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Thanks Pete and Ron Easy? Maybe for you...

Thanks Pete and Ron

Easy? Maybe for you Pete...lol. Ok I have a dumb question. Once I drill through the soffit I have to be able to drill again into the attic through the face of the house. I know...
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Posted By Godzilla

Installation of a wired home security camera system

Im not sure if there are any other threads on this but I didnt see anything.

Im looking to install a wired home security camera system. I think the most difficult part of this project for me will...
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Posted By Godzilla

Thumbs up Pilot Dane/Norm I took your advice and used...

Pilot Dane/Norm

I took your advice and used a hair dryer last night and heated near the shut off valve under the sink and the pipe under the bathroom in the basement however still no water...
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Posted By Godzilla

Actually I think I found the pipes. They dont...

Actually I think I found the pipes. They dont seems too cold but they are cold. So you say I need some heat tape and then wrap it? Ok Ill have to get some tape.Would a hair dryer also work?
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Posted By Godzilla

I am not sure if the pipe runs along an outside...

I am not sure if the pipe runs along an outside wall. It may though since there is a window in the bathroom and the faucet is not too far from an outside wall. The pipe goes behind the wall so I cant...
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Talking Bathroom sink cold faucet no water coming out

The cold faucet in one of my bathrooms doesnt have any any water coming out. Its a double sink and all 3 of the other faucets have water running out. And all other kitchen and bathroom sinks...
11-26-17, 10:06 AM
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Posted By Godzilla

XSleeper - Here are some pictures. The jamb is...

XSleeper - Here are some pictures. The jamb is some sort of metal and looks as if its cemented to the wall. So maybe this is a fire proof door? Again, the door itself is wood so Im not sure how a...
11-18-17, 03:50 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

Thanks for the replies. XSleeper - I will...

Thanks for the replies.

XSleeper - I will post some pictures. So I will probably go with the fiberglass door so I dont have to deal with having to purchase a grinder. As far as the blade on the...
11-14-17, 05:58 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

Talking Replacing door from garage to basement and inserting pet door into door

So Im looking to do 2 things here:

1. Replace an existing door that leads from the garage to the basement.
2. Inserting a pet door into the new door.

The door opens to the left inside the...
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Posted By Godzilla

Whirpool Dryer not drying clothes

I have Whirlpool dryer that is about 7 years old. Lately, the clothes have not been drying. The dryer does get hot but it takes multiple cycles to dry the clothes. I did take off the back panel and...
01-12-15, 09:03 AM
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Posted By Godzilla

I removed casing on the one side of the door to...

I removed casing on the one side of the door to get access to the rollers on top. The inside roller was off track. But now the door is still dragging on the floor. Looks like I have the "old style"...
01-11-15, 08:11 AM
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Posted By Godzilla

XSleeper and Norm thanks for the reply. ...

XSleeper and Norm thanks for the reply.

XSleeper-Ok the door is not plumb when shut all the way to the wall. I can see that the door is crooked. And it used to have clearance from the floor now...
01-10-15, 09:36 AM
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Posted By Godzilla

Pocket door does not slide smooth

I have a pocket door that is not sliding smoothly or easily. It looks like its on the track. I am thinking there is some debris at the bottom of the door that is causing to get blocked. Do I need to...
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Posted By Godzilla

I just tried the other bulb in the back of the...

I just tried the other bulb in the back of the freezer in the front socket and it works so its the bulb I bought. The bulb works but not in the freezer. Its a Sylvania bulb...every Sylvania bulb I...
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Posted By Godzilla

OOh well that doesn't sound good. I bought...

OOh well that doesn't sound good. I bought "appliance bulbs" and it was about $3 in the local supermarket. So are we talking about a special bulb? Is there such thing? A new socket possibly?
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Posted By Godzilla

Frigidaire side by side freezer lights out

I thought this would be a no-brainer. There are 2 light bulbs in the freezer, one in the front and one at the back. The front burned out and so I picked up a light bulb and changed it. Did not work....
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Posted By Godzilla

Stadry - How critical are the pins? Are these...

Stadry - How critical are the pins? Are these standard pins for attaching stone to concrete? I am not sure I have a concrete drill bit. I presume you drill into the underlying concrete and insert the...
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Posted By Godzilla

Did a little more research on the mortar mix to...

Did a little more research on the mortar mix to be used as the bonding agent. Sounds like type "N" is used for above grade and where there is exposure to severe weather and high heat. I assume...
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Posted By Godzilla

Cracked limestone tread on front walkway

I have a cracked limestone tread ( I believe this is what theyre called) cap in the front walkway of my house. I plan on replacing the limestone. I believe all I need to do is clean the existing area...
02-17-14, 01:15 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

Well this worked until I took a shower. Looks...

Well this worked until I took a shower. Looks like the water is running behind the drywall. So how do I solve this problem? Is the water coming from a leaky pipe? How is this possible? The bathrooms...
02-10-14, 01:28 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

Actually you would attach this "border" over the...

Actually you would attach this "border" over the seam.
02-10-14, 01:24 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

So I finished this and we shall see what happens....

So I finished this and we shall see what happens. I did run a bead of caulk down the seam where the tub meets the wall and did not look pleasing to the eye. So I took a razor blade and shaved it down...
12-10-13, 01:12 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

I probably have every tool in the book but a...

I probably have every tool in the book but a drywall scraper? Is there such thing? I was thinking of usina paint scraper but it may be too dull.
11-17-13, 07:33 AM
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Views: 42,630
Posted By Godzilla

Ok Sounds like scraping it down is the best bet....

Ok Sounds like scraping it down is the best bet. Scrape, mud, sand, remud, sand, (remud if necessary) then enamel paint. You mention all the corners of the tile should be caulked. In this instance...
11-08-13, 05:53 PM
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Posted By Godzilla

Hey Marksr and anyone else out there that may be...

Hey Marksr and anyone else out there that may be interested.

Giving life back to this thread. I checked the grout(the bathrooms were done about 4 years ago so the grout is in pretty good shape)...
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