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11-20-15, 06:02 PM
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Posted By calizeus

Installed the replacement board tonight. Fixed...

Installed the replacement board tonight. Fixed my problem. Thanks to anyone and all who provided advice and suggestions. I know 10 times more about the operation of my furnace than I did a few...
11-18-15, 03:07 PM
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Posted By calizeus

I replaced the original board about 2 years ago...

I replaced the original board about 2 years ago with ICM282 board. It does not have a light on it, or at least not one that ever worked. I replaced the board because my drain line on the AC backed...
11-18-15, 01:05 PM
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Posted By calizeus

I should also mention that after the HSI heats...

I should also mention that after the HSI heats but is not supplied gas from the gas valve, it un-heats, the inducer stops, the inducer starts back up, and then the process repeats itself. Basically...
11-18-15, 12:58 PM
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Posted By calizeus

PJmax - Thank you for the reply and correction. ...

PJmax - Thank you for the reply and correction. HSI (hot surface igniter) is absolutely correct and the term I was searching for. That will certainly alleviate confusion from anyone reading this. ...
11-18-15, 10:02 AM
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Posted By calizeus

Payne furnace- igniter glows but burners don't ignite

I have a Payne PG8MAA066110ADJA Furnace on which the burners will not ignite. It seems to go through the normal sequence up to and including the heated pilot (not gas pilot, but the little piece...
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Posted By calizeus

Thanks for the reply. Currently, the...

Thanks for the reply.

Currently, the concrete deck goes all the way to the edge of the pool - in other words, no coping. My plan is to take the flagstone to the very edge closest to the pool and...
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Posted By calizeus

How to lay flagstone over existing concrete pool deck

I have an in-ground pool that has a concrete pool deck. I am wanting to lay flagstone over all of the existing concrete. I have purchased some 1 to 1 1/2 inch thick flagstone in an attempt to not...
08-28-06, 07:55 AM
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Posted By calizeus

I just re-did all of the plumbing on my inground...

I just re-did all of the plumbing on my inground pool, so while I'm certainly not a pro, I can give you a couple of ideas. I had some fittings that were very close to the concrete walls. I cut them...
08-18-06, 09:57 PM
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Posted By calizeus

I have a GE dryer and had the same problem -...

I have a GE dryer and had the same problem - squeeking noises while drying. I couldn't figure out what it was. I finally figured out that it had to do with a dog bed that I dried that basically...
08-18-06, 09:43 PM
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Views: 5,565
Posted By calizeus

thanks for the info. Thought if I could save a...

thanks for the info. Thought if I could save a buck by going smaller I would, but if 2 inches is what I need to go with, then 2 inches it is.
08-18-06, 02:03 PM
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Posted By calizeus

Actually, the pool is full right now and doesn't...

Actually, the pool is full right now and doesn't lose water (except for evaporation). It is just that I have all of the jets plugged. Therefore, I know the main drain, spa drain, and skimmer (which...
08-18-06, 12:35 PM
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Views: 5,565
Posted By calizeus

Thanks for the reply. Surprisingly, it did...

Thanks for the reply. Surprisingly, it did pretty much rise equally. The pool only has one skimmer, and if anything, it is near the lowest part, so all should be fine with that.

The pool is...
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Posted By calizeus

what wires do you have coming out of the celing...

what wires do you have coming out of the celing where the fan/light combo is and where the other light is? How many and colors would be very helpful.
08-18-06, 08:15 AM
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Views: 12,921
Posted By calizeus

Thank You. You definitely clarified the whole...

Thank You. You definitely clarified the whole grounding the subpanel discrepencies.

Does the FPE panel have to be replaced for code reasons or for safety reasons? I've read about the safety...
08-18-06, 07:54 AM
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Views: 5,565
Posted By calizeus

re-plumbing pool

I recently purchased a home that has an in-ground pool. I believe the pool sat empty for awhile, as it appears that it has raised about 4 to 6 inches. Anyway, this movement has caused some of PVC...
08-18-06, 07:24 AM
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Views: 12,921
Posted By calizeus

Thanks for the reply. I have a few questions...

Thanks for the reply.

I have a few questions from your post. Unfortunately, I'm not by the panel and will not be able to look at it until this evening, but I'll do my best from memory.

"You...
08-17-06, 02:48 PM
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Views: 12,921
Posted By calizeus

your reply is great, thanks. The only...

your reply is great, thanks.

The only question I have remaining (and this is only because I do not want to replace the entire panel), is about installing the new bus bar in the subpanel. Can I...
08-17-06, 01:06 PM
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Views: 12,921
Posted By calizeus

Subpanel: Neutral Bus & Ground Bus

Current Situation: I have a main panel in a detached garage, from it I have a 4 line feeder (running underground) to a subpanel in my house. My subpanel currently only has one bus which I'm assuming...
08-12-06, 10:40 AM
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Views: 41,039
Posted By calizeus

I'm going to go the route of the slide repair...

I'm going to go the route of the slide repair coupling. I was able to find them at HD; however, the did not have them in the schedule 40, only had them in the PVC DVW (drain vent waste). I think...
08-11-06, 08:49 PM
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Views: 904
Posted By calizeus

are you sure that the coax is even being used for...

are you sure that the coax is even being used for anything? I've got so much random coax in my house it's ridiculous. My theory is every time new cable and/or satellite was installed, the company...
08-11-06, 08:39 PM
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Views: 41,039
Posted By calizeus

sorry, maybe I should clarify. I had to bust...

sorry, maybe I should clarify. I had to bust through concrete then dig down about two feet to get to the pipe. I'd rather not have to bust up anymore concrete or tunnel in the dirt, so I'm looking...
08-11-06, 07:48 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 41,039
Posted By calizeus

how to fix crack in PVC pipe

I've got a crack in a 2" PVC pipe (going from my pool to the pump) about 2 ft below ground. I've exposed the pipe by digging to it. Currently I've only got about a foot and a half exposed (both...
08-10-06, 08:16 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 831
Posted By calizeus

additional electrical questions

I've asked other questions on here, and first let me say this site is great, and you all provide great help.

I guess I really don't have questions about how to accomplish the following, just...
08-04-06, 07:31 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 2,554
Posted By calizeus

Thanks for the replies and assistance. Here is...

Thanks for the replies and assistance. Here is what I ended up doing and seemed to work fine. I wired a plug with a wire containing Black-Red-White-Bare that would plug directly into the 240 volt...
08-04-06, 07:10 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,102
Posted By calizeus

Okay, I checked last night and here is the exact...

Okay, I checked last night and here is the exact situation. Coming from the main panel to the subpanel are three very thick black wires and one fairly thick (about 1/3 the diameter of the other...
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