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10-20-10, 05:00 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Damn your good.... That is the exact part I need,...

Damn your good.... That is the exact part I need, I have been searching the past couple of days (even on that website) and couldn't seem to find it. Oh well, I am going to order it, fix it up and I...
10-20-10, 03:04 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

I tried what you said and it looks like it might...

I tried what you said and it looks like it might have soled the after drip. I am not positive I need to spend more time with it but I don't want to run it until I replace a part. When I pulled the...
10-18-10, 02:29 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Draft is -.02 over the fire. Maybe it is...

Draft is -.02 over the fire.

Maybe it is the after drip causing the smell. What else should I be looking at.
10-16-10, 12:48 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

I flushed the nozzle assembly and installed a new...

I flushed the nozzle assembly and installed a new nozzle but I still have after drip. I don't think it is the after drip causing the smell. I get the smell when the burner is on. If I manually turn...
10-14-10, 05:36 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

The nozzle is tight in the adaptor, it could be a...

The nozzle is tight in the adaptor, it could be a comtaminated nozzle as I did not flush the nozzle assembly. How do you recommend doing that? I am going to pick up a new nozzle and try it out there...
10-14-10, 08:40 AM
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Views: 5,639
Posted By jtb19nh

Thanks for all the info, I am learning a lot...

Thanks for all the info, I am learning a lot here. Ok now for a new problem. After changing my filter and nozzle I have been smelling unburnt oil through my vents, at first I thought it was from all...
10-08-10, 03:32 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Ok I am going to invest in a wet kit so I can do...

Ok I am going to invest in a wet kit so I can do my own efficiency test. I have been looking through old tune up reports and it looks like every time the co2 has been at 10, there is a sticker on the...
10-07-10, 03:17 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Thats the key. What if I dont get a competent...

Thats the key. What if I dont get a competent repair man,what if I get someone with a heavy schedule and rushes thru the job, the list goes on and on. I am a service tech in another industry so I...
10-07-10, 01:16 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

So I called a local service company today and the...

So I called a local service company today and the earliest they can get out is late november. They want to charge 105 for an efficiency test. I can get a wet kit for around 600, so in 6 years it...
10-06-10, 01:59 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Where to buy parts for thermo pride furnace

I need to get some gaskets and the flame inspection cover bolt broke. I have been searching google with no luck any idea where I can get these parts.
10-05-10, 03:59 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Furnace tune up procedure

I am getting ready to tune up my furnace [thermopride ol5-85] for the winter. What does the typical tune up consist of. So far I have done oil filter, pump strainer cleaned heat exchanger and air...
03-11-09, 08:23 AM
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Views: 957
Posted By jtb19nh

No one has any insight on this?

No one has any insight on this?
03-08-09, 10:13 AM
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Posted By jtb19nh

This is where it gets tricky. I have a crawl...

This is where it gets tricky. I have a crawl space. Footer is 3' down. foundation walls are block. For my new foundation the footer will have to be down 4' per code. If i have to go down an...
03-08-09, 08:50 AM
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Posted By jtb19nh

would i need to fasten the new wall to the old...

would i need to fasten the new wall to the old wall? or would i just butt it to the old wall with out fastening it?
03-07-09, 11:13 AM
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Posted By jtb19nh

Want to build garage. Need advice

I am in the planing process of building a new 24x24 garage. I am not sure what the standard method is to build a wall upagainst a wall that already exist. The back wall of my garage will butt...
02-11-08, 05:50 AM
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Posted By jtb19nh

can i raise my ceilling height

I have a 1 1/2 story house that was built in 1940, it started out as post and beam but now has a block foundation. It is ballon framed. The studs are 12'. the roof is 12 pitch with 2x6 rafters. I...
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Posted By jtb19nh

How do i use the draft gauge to set it up? also...

How do i use the draft gauge to set it up? also where do i get the draft control, is that something i can get at homedepot?
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Posted By jtb19nh

it is completly rusted out. i will need to buy a...

it is completly rusted out. i will need to buy a new one, how do i set up the weights?
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Posted By jtb19nh

what determines if foundation can support a second story

is it the footing or the foundation walls, or both? My home was built in 1930 there is a footing and the walls are hollow cynderblocks. how do i tell if i can add a second story?
10-09-07, 03:23 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

raising a ceiling?

I have a 1 1/2 story new englander, it was built in 1930. It is ballon framed. The upstairs ceiling is very low it is about 6'. i looked in the attic today to check it out, the rafters are 2x6's at...
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Posted By jtb19nh

replacing exhaust ducting

my exhaust ducting is all rusted out from the furnace to the chimney. I need to replace it asap... The ducting on there now has like a tee with a little flap, it says draft control on it, my question...
07-22-07, 01:56 PM
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Posted By jtb19nh

making r/o for window in ballon framing?

My house was built in 1930 i think it is ballon framed, i just took out 2 windows and i neew to move one of the windows, there is no header above the windows now just a 2x4. I just ripped the drywall...
05-17-07, 05:11 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 9,599
Posted By jtb19nh

thanks for the help.. it was the reset switch!!!!

thanks for the help.. it was the reset switch!!!!
05-17-07, 05:10 PM
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Views: 920
Posted By jtb19nh

is there any trick to keeping your tape perfectly...

is there any trick to keeping your tape perfectly plum when measuring from bottom to top??? also should i start from left to right or do you start in the center?
05-16-07, 06:43 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 9,599
Posted By jtb19nh

furnace stopped working

My furnace does not work all of a sudden.... I checked the breaker and it is fine... when i turn the thermastat up nothing happens, the thermastat clicks like normal but nothing happens with the...
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