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06-28-11, 12:51 PM
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Wireless/IR/remote control switches - 2 in same room

Hi All,

Looking for help finding a product, not sure if it exists. We are redoing the MBR and want hanging ceiling lights in front of small mirrors on the wall, above each side of the bed, instead...
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Actually I had not thought of that! But it...

Actually I had not thought of that! But it usually only happens from a LOT of rain, like 3-6" in a 12-24 hour period or so. Takes it awhile to get going, and then awhile to stop, maybe 12 hours lag...
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Water in basement. Runoff or not? Want to use dye.

I've lived in my house for 3 years and the past 2 springs have had a fairly significant amount of water seep in through the bottom course of block and through the floor up around my effluence pump. ...
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Design Proposal for New System - Oil Boiler with Fan Coil and Indirect DHW

Hi All,

This post details a proposed new system I have been working on, for the purpose of getting feedback on my choices of equipment (main components) and general setup. The next phase will be...
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Posted By murinsky

Thanks Guys, yes it is a non condensing boiler....

Thanks Guys, yes it is a non condensing boiler. On that subject, the stack temp is about 650-700 degF (old and due for replacement in the spring). So once it's got the flue nice and hot the...
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wiring fan driven combustion air vent

Hi, I have an oil fired boiler in the same room as a clothes dryer. The room is about 11 x 14 x 8 or about 1200 sq ft. I think I need to install a replacement air system for the boiler, especially...
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The coil is in the boiler. I do plan to add...

The coil is in the boiler. I do plan to add filtration when or before I replace the system probably in the spring to protect my investment.
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Thanks.. It makes sense to me now that being a...

Thanks.. It makes sense to me now that being a closed system it wouldn't get very bad. Another thing that got me thinking about it was how much sediment came out of the DHW coil last time I turned...
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De scale or clean water side of oil fired boiler

Hi All,

This is my first post so firstly thank you to everyone who has helped me in my lurking research over the past year or so. This forum has gotten me out of a few jams.

I have a boiler...
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