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04-05-13, 10:18 AM
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Posted By prenger745

Nashkat, Thanks for the reply. Let me see...

Nashkat,

Thanks for the reply. Let me see if I can clarify with a crude drawing lol.
04-05-13, 06:19 AM
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Posted By prenger745

Removing a Wall Question.

I have asked 3 different framers and have received almost 3 different answers. The scenario:

I have a steel beam that runs north/south in my basement. It spans from foundation wall to foundation...
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Posted By prenger745

Thanks!

Lefty,

Thanks for the advice. I think I am going to stick with a wood pergola but I will take your advice and put a mid-span beam across halfway out. Yea, this will cause a 6x6 post to be in the...
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Posted By prenger745

Pergola Questions

Hello,

I am going to take on building a pergola this Spring. It is going to be 25' x 20'. The slats will run north/south and be about 20 feet long. They will attach to a ledger that is lagged...
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Posted By prenger745

Painting and Primer Questions

I am sure this has been discussed before and I have tried searching to no avail. I just finished the mudding and sanding down in my basement. So it is time to primer and paint. I am leaning...
01-05-11, 05:09 PM
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Views: 938
Posted By prenger745

Thank you so much for all the insight!

Thank you so much for all the insight!
01-05-11, 11:38 AM
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Views: 938
Posted By prenger745

Just to clarify: So if set the fan to AUTO...

Just to clarify: So if set the fan to AUTO instead of ON...so that it runs only when the heat is kicked on, will that also make the humidifier only draw water when the heat is kicked on?
01-05-11, 08:20 AM
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Views: 938
Posted By prenger745

Sorry for the misunderstanding. Yes, it is...

Sorry for the misunderstanding. Yes, it is putting hot water into the humidifier.
01-04-11, 11:45 AM
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Posted By prenger745

Do you mean the hot or cold side of the furnace?

Do you mean the hot or cold side of the furnace?
01-04-11, 05:45 AM
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Views: 938
Posted By prenger745

Yes. It gets its water from the pipe coming...

Yes. It gets its water from the pipe coming right off the hot water heater via a saddle valve.
01-03-11, 06:12 AM
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Views: 938
Posted By prenger745

Aiprilaire 600 Question

Hello,

I have an Aprilaire 600 Whole House Humidifier. This year before the heating system, I did my normal checks and noticed it wasn't getting any water. I replaced the solenoid and it works...
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Views: 11,086
Posted By prenger745

Well, I am finally getting around to this. ...

Well, I am finally getting around to this. Basically, life happened. Anyways, I know that I have to branch off of a main trunk but is there a limit to the amount of them I can do? This trunk...
07-09-09, 01:40 PM
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Posted By prenger745

Bypass Defrost Board

A few weeks ago we had a close lightning strike and my AC wouldn't cool. The AC tech came out and said it was my defrost board and that he could bypass it (with our permission) until he got a...
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Views: 3,037
Posted By prenger745

Repair

Is this condition repairable? I got the top off of the dryer easy enough but how in the world do you get the drum out?

Any idea why it is hitting?
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Views: 3,037
Posted By prenger745

Model#

From Inside the dryer door:

Model# NVLR333EVOWW

Thanks!
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Posted By prenger745

Hotpoint Dryer

I am not sure of the model# but my Hotpoint electric dryer was making a weird squeaking noise last night as it was drying. I stopped the cycle and manually spun the tub clockwise and counter...
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Views: 11,086
Posted By prenger745

One Last question

It seems I have several "mains" coming off of the furnace/blower. Is there a primary main?

I am pretty sure I can't come off of any of the round ductwork as all of these lead directly to vents. ...
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Views: 11,086
Posted By prenger745

Thanks!

Thank you very much. I am going to try to tackle this in the next week or so.

In the larger room..would you suggest two supply ducts or is one enough? It seems pretty cozy down there already...
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Posted By prenger745

Finishing Basement.

Thank you for the information! Yes my unit is plenty big to handle the additional vents/returns.

Can I tap into an existing return air duct? Or does that have to come from the main as well?

I...
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Views: 11,086
Posted By prenger745

Finishing Basement, Need to run HVAC

I am finishing off my basement. Obviously, all of my HVAC is located down there and will be in a separate room. What I am going to have is 1) A bathroom 2) A SMALL bedroom (9 x 10) and an 3)...
11-20-08, 08:01 PM
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Views: 190,248
Posted By prenger745

Thermistor

Digikeys does have the part. All it is is a 1ohm 20A NTC thermistor. I ordered 2 of them and they got to me in 2 days for $25 total. I now have a spare in case it happens again.

The Digikeys...
10-23-08, 09:56 AM
Replies: 133
Views: 190,248
Posted By prenger745

Straight From The Source

Ok so I called RTI Electronics who manufactured that part for GE. He was very nice and said that they spec'd that out for GE as a 1 OHM 16A NTC Thermistor. He cross-referenced with parts that they...
10-18-08, 05:35 PM
Replies: 133
Views: 190,248
Posted By prenger745

Could This Be It?

No picture or anything but the name at least matches up.

http://www.plccenter.com/buy/Generic%20Thermistor/SG348
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10-18-08, 10:54 AM
Replies: 133
Views: 190,248
Posted By prenger745

Another Blown Thermistor

From reading your post(s), I gather that you think Digi-Key has a suitable replacement.

My motor is a 3/4HP. The blown Thermistor has the lettering SG348 on it. I know nothing about...
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