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Yesterday, 07:44 PM
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Thanks. The putty will fill the void and you use...

Thanks. The putty will fill the void and you use the color match to align the colors but how do you not notice the lack of swirls? It's not a solid color?
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Blue tac is great. It doesn't damage surface...

Blue tac is great. It doesn't damage surface area.

I got a lesson learned on offset and resolved the issue in 10 minutes. Thanks for the help!
10-17-19, 08:00 PM
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DIY Kitchen Island Granite Chip

Please move this thread if it's in the wrong subforum. I accidentally chipped the edge of my granite island. Is there a DIY option to fill it in?

Like this:...
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Posted By sagosto63

Cabinet Door Always Popping Open

I used blue tac to hold it closed but there must be a better way. I've attached a picture of the hinge.
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Part # on the unit: 41AC050-2M with a 3/17 date...

Part # on the unit: 41AC050-2M with a 3/17 date so it appears to be new.

Confirmed via video which is odd because it was not consistent:

1st attempt to open resulted in light blinking 1 time...
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Liftmaster garage door opener: remotes not working

The 3 different hardwired buttons located inside and outside the garage work fine. Both of my SUVs and all remotes do not work. The Lock feature isn't enabled (no blinking). When using a 'remote'...
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Yes -- I'd go with all of the same kind. I just...

Yes -- I'd go with all of the same kind. I just thought the hardwires were able to communicate but not sure about wireless. Amazon reviews said they cannot.
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Is that the only disadvantage? I believe I read...

Is that the only disadvantage? I believe I read that the hardwired ones will all go off if one goes off. I am not sure if the wireless ones will do the same. But, they will be integrated with RING.
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Replacing 3 Wired First Alert Fire / CO Detector with wireless version

My existing 3 wire first alert fire / co detector (https://www.firstalertstore.com/store/products/hardwired-smoke-alarm-9120B.htm) expired in 2014 and I want to replace them with a wireless / z-wave...
08-04-19, 08:17 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

If I drill through the garage's brick exterior,...

If I drill through the garage's brick exterior, should I use a grommet? There is an overhang so there would be some cover.
07-31-19, 07:52 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

That's the exact same video I watched. The...

That's the exact same video I watched. The outside of my garage is brick so I think I just need to drill a whole for the USB power cord. I have an open slot on the garage ceiling being used for the...
07-24-19, 09:13 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

Exterior Wyze Camera Install

I am in the process of installing a ring-based security system in my house from the ring doorbell to the ring security system. I'd like to use a Wyze Camera attached to the exterior siding to view...
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Posted By sagosto63

Yes rounded and dirty. I could glue the caps on...

Yes rounded and dirty. I could glue the caps on but wouldn’t plastic feet cause damage ?
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Posted By sagosto63

i thought the same but they fall off.i assume...

i thought the same but they fall off.i assume others have his same problem so surprised there isn’t a clear solution.
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Posted By sagosto63

Avoid Scratching Travertine Patio

My patio is made of travertine stone and every single piece of patio furniture seems to be scratching it from the patio chairs/table to the chaise lounges by the pool. Is their the equivalent of the...
06-30-19, 08:01 AM
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Posted By sagosto63

I'll try the adjustments to see if that works. Am...

I'll try the adjustments to see if that works. Am I simply tightening the bolts on the bottom rail?
06-29-19, 10:23 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

Sliding Glass Door Falling Off Track

My exterior sliding glass door keeps falling off the track and I can't figure out how to tighten it up. If you open the door it seems to fall 'down' off the rail causing a scrapping sound. I am able...
06-15-19, 07:45 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

Wife wants mulch and concerned rubber mulch is a...

Wife wants mulch and concerned rubber mulch is a bad idea. I think the fear of termites made her look into rubber mulch.
06-14-19, 09:39 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

Shredded rubber mulch

I need about 10-12 yards of mulch every year or about $800-$1000 ($80 a yard installed). The cost and my wife's concern over termites is making us consider shredded rubber mulch. The landscaping...
06-10-19, 07:47 AM
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Posted By sagosto63

Stud is about 1" to 1.5" away on right side. I'd...

Stud is about 1" to 1.5" away on right side. I'd probably need a piece of filler wood so it could hold the box into the existing space thought.
06-10-19, 06:13 AM
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Posted By sagosto63

Great idea! Spray foam like this?...

Great idea! Spray foam like this? https://www.homedepot.com/p/GREAT-STUFF-16-oz-Big-Gap-Filler-Insulating-Foam-Sealant-Quick-Stop-Straw-99053938/207050533

I would need to remove the outlet and the...
06-09-19, 09:52 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

This outlet appears to have a stud a few inches...

This outlet appears to have a stud a few inches on either side so not sure why they used a sheet rock. Is there a way to fasten the existing on into stud to hold it into place?
06-09-19, 09:45 PM
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Views: 488
Posted By sagosto63

That makes sense. I checked nearly all of Home...

That makes sense. I checked nearly all of Home Depot inventory and they don't seem to have the ears on the sides? Is this my only option? Is the expectation to completely repair the wall and then...
06-09-19, 09:18 PM
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Posted By sagosto63

Are you referring to the clips on the outside?...

Are you referring to the clips on the outside? How would they hold it into the sheet rock?

Do I have any other options? Surely this has happened to others?
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