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White Snow Blower wheels turning hard

Hello,
I have a White 8HP snowblower that is roughly ten years old. It starts up great every year and I have never had any problems with this machine at all.

Last week I was getting it out to get...
05-04-13, 03:59 PM
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Outside frost free water bib

Can someone tell me if the attached image should unthread? I'm in need to replace the water faucet and need to take it out measure the length. I'm assuming from looking at the two connecting pipes...
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Leaking tub only when plunger is closed

Hello. I need some help/advice on a leaky tub. The other night I filled the tub on the first floor with water and then noticed there was water leaking above my washer/dryer down in the cellar below...
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Is the limiter cap the piece that won't let me...

Is the limiter cap the piece that won't let me turn the screws. What a pain. I read some posts on tricks people are doing to get the adjustment done...but none are working for me. The screw is...
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I just wanted to write back and say the spray...

I just wanted to write back and say the spray hose is fixed! It was of course the diverter and thanks to these posts I was able to fix it myelf. Thanks for your time and responses.
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Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure if it is the...

Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure if it is the same thing, but I did turn the idle screw to increase the idle. I did those according to the manual. It helped a little.

I'll look into cleaning the...
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Homelite mighty lite 26ss wont stay running

I have a homelite mighty lite 26 cs weedwacker. It will start up fine. I use the choke and once warm I turn that off, but once I touch the throttle it dies. Usually it will start right back up (with...
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Thanks for the quick reply! I'm going to do some...

Thanks for the quick reply! I'm going to do some research tonight on diverters. That was a huge tip....thanks
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Kitchen sink sprayer has weak spray

For as long as I can remember the sprayer in the kitchen sink has hardly worked and barely sprays. Pretty much just a trickle. I'm somewhat handy so I thought I would tackle this project. I assumed I...
06-27-09, 07:29 AM
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Posted By alm70

I know it would be odd for the window not to have...

I know it would be odd for the window not to have any finish, and I'm no expert, the window sill and the wood trim around the window definitely have a smoother or different "finish" than the wood of...
06-27-09, 06:31 AM
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That brings up a good point I didn't mention. I...

That brings up a good point I didn't mention. I believe the wood is untreated.
06-26-09, 05:30 PM
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Sanding wooden windows

My house has wooden windows and the bathroom window has some mold on the window. This was due to a bathroom fan that needed to be replaced. With the fan fixed, the moisture is gone. Now I want to...
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Sealing new Tar driveway

I have a question about sealing a driveway. I did a quick search before posting and didn't find the exact answer to my question, so thought I would start here.

Last year my town had to rip up a...
01-07-09, 06:09 AM
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This definitely isn't shimming twenty feet of dry...

This definitely isn't shimming twenty feet of dry wall. The shower head is on front wall and that is the end of the wall. If that makes any sense. We are literally talking about a four feet (at max)...
01-03-09, 08:15 PM
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Posted By alm70

maybe this is off the subject fir this thread,...

maybe this is off the subject fir this thread, but do you think a moisture resistant drywall or "greenboard" would be a sufficient replacement to then put my tile on afterward? Or should I get some...
01-03-09, 07:18 AM
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Posted By alm70

thanks for the input. I was thinking someone...

thanks for the input. I was thinking someone would say the best thing to do would be to put up new drywall. Honestly I have never done that before so I guess I will start researching that now!
01-02-09, 08:36 PM
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Thanks for the reply. Good idea about the...

Thanks for the reply. Good idea about the pictures. It is pretty hard to explain. I hope these pictures help. Basically...the vertical line between the two walls isn't straight. In picture number two...
01-02-09, 12:24 PM
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unsquare walls and tiling question

I have a tile in shower stall question. I did a search but couldn’t find a question similar to mine. The entire shower will not be tile. I have a fiberglass shower stall, and was thinking about...
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I think hopkinsr2 hit it right on the money. Once...

I think hopkinsr2 hit it right on the money. Once I took that cover off I noticed the arm for the throttle was stuck open. I was able to free that up and it seems to be better. All the springs seem...
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Thanks for the quick reply. I will take the cover...

Thanks for the quick reply. I will take the cover off. Not sure exactly what I'm looking for, but that might give me more clues.
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White snow blower with stuck throttle

I have a White snowblower model SB750 with a Tecumseh engnine. It is 6 years old. Today I went to start it and it started fine, but acts as is the throttle is stuck wide open. As always I primed it,...
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thanks for the reply..the old fan has a flexible...

thanks for the reply..the old fan has a flexible duct that just comes off the fan and goes into the soffit area of the attic. There is no hole in the soffit from the outside and no vent. The duct is...
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Bathroom Exhaust fan question

I just replaced a bathroom exhaust fan in my second floor bathroom. Now I‘m replacing the old flexible duct with a more solid one. From what I have researched that seems to be more effective. So I...
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