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12-20-09, 01:52 PM
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Posted By Rickochet

You were only shocked, not electrocuted. If you...

You were only shocked, not electrocuted. If you we electrocuted, by definition you would be DEAD!

Think of electrocution as execution. Both = death! :madhell:
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Views: 1,201
Posted By Rickochet

Did you get the rice crispies taken care of? If...

Did you get the rice crispies taken care of? If so, what was the cure?
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Views: 19,508
Posted By Rickochet

Great tips on this thread, men!!! Thanks!!!

Great tips on this thread, men!!! Thanks!!!
03-30-08, 02:45 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 2,381
Posted By Rickochet

Looking at all of the remaining plumbing, it...

Looking at all of the remaining plumbing, it appears to be "tainted" with the purple primer. The only plumbing that doesn't have the primer is in the area beneath the kitchen sink and also the water...
03-30-08, 06:07 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 2,381
Posted By Rickochet

CPVC Blew Out---?????

We have a house that is a few years old. A 3/4" elbow that runs to the kitchen sink came apart yesterday spewing water in the basement, making a huge mess!

Water supply comes from a 5 inch...
03-12-08, 05:44 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 11,382
Posted By Rickochet

I work for a power company in Indiana and I would...

I work for a power company in Indiana and I would say if you called them, they would thank you for your honesty and replace the meter. Congrats on your integrity! We see so many people who try a...
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Views: 1,737
Posted By Rickochet

I think your honesty is commmendable! The...

I think your honesty is commmendable! The discussion generated was very informative and I'm sure it has helped others. Your honesty has helped me!

Blessings,
Rick
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Views: 69,930
Posted By Rickochet

The sooner you get your floor apart and inspect...

The sooner you get your floor apart and inspect for damage the better off you'll be.
12-09-07, 11:47 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,143
Posted By Rickochet

I Been there, done that. Unless your mother...

I

Been there, done that. Unless your mother is "progressive" I would stick with the old tried & true. My 80 year old mom doesn't like anything new and I usually end up reinstalling the old items...
12-09-07, 11:39 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 3,729
Posted By Rickochet

Thanks for the input. I decided to go with an...

Thanks for the input. I decided to go with an adjustable thermal switch. Works like a charm, simple and cheap too!
12-04-07, 12:33 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 3,729
Posted By Rickochet

Honeywell L4064B mounting

I bought a Honeywell fan control and need help deciding where to mount it on the furnace. The furnace is a Sterling 100,000 btu LP hanging unit. I assume that it mounts through the sidewall and...
12-04-07, 07:27 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 3,729
Posted By Rickochet

Looking at the Grainger site, what control would...

Looking at the Grainger site, what control would you recommend? I was looking at the 2E232 .
12-03-07, 04:48 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 3,729
Posted By Rickochet

Honeywell Intermittent Pilot Retrofit---Help!

I just converted my old standing pilot Sterling Unit heater to the Honeywell Y8610U and I have a few questions. I thought I was receiving reliable info before I started this project, but..... Well...
11-20-07, 07:15 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 983
Posted By Rickochet

Cessna alternators don't come cheaply. Any...

Cessna alternators don't come cheaply. Any aviation related part comes with a very premium price. However, if you do look for something like that, it will need to be from a 1977 or newer Cessna as...
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