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This might help. Refrigerator Freezing Food -...

This might help.
Refrigerator Freezing Food - Repair Parts - RepairClinic.com (http://www.repairclinic.com/RepairHelp/How-To-Fix-A-Refrigerator/60---/Refrigerator-freezing-food)
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Refrigerator Not Cold Enough - Repair Parts -...

Refrigerator Not Cold Enough - Repair Parts - RepairClinic.com (http://www.repairclinic.com/RepairHelp/How-To-Fix-A-Refrigerator/51---QkMyMEQtTA==/Refrigerator-not-cold-enough)
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Adding to ray's recommendation, please turn off...

Adding to ray's recommendation, please turn off main breaker first, before removing the wire from the dishwasher circuit's breaker.
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I've been putting septic system bacterial...

I've been putting septic system bacterial additive down my shower drain once a week. No more funky smells.
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I've seen granite cleaners that claim to help...

I've seen granite cleaners that claim to help pull contaminants out of the pores. I'd try drying with heatlamps. If stain remains once dry, seal the countertop.
If stain remains after drying,...
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It doesn't take a pro to see that there is...

It doesn't take a pro to see that there is certainly black mold on that window frame. There's likely more elsewhere in the home. Now, a pro can come in and take samples, which will go back to the...
04-14-14, 11:43 PM
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Home Depot and Lowes both carry polyurethane...

Home Depot and Lowes both carry polyurethane strippers in the paint stripper section. I was recently reading reviews on HD's website, and there were many reports of successful results.
04-08-14, 01:51 AM
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That's fine, as long as those connections are...

That's fine, as long as those connections are made inside a junction box, and 6" of each wire exist within said junction box.
04-05-14, 03:31 PM
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Putting your probes between Black and Ground...

Putting your probes between Black and Ground (metal can) should give you a full voltage reading.

Black to white should also give a full reading, in most cases, as white is neutral, and neutral is...
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4. Yes, you can cap the closet flange. Search...

4. Yes, you can cap the closet flange.
Search Results for mechanical plug at The Home Depot (http://www.homedepot.com/s/mechanical%2520plug?NCNI-5)
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hardware store should have an inflatable...
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What drain hole? And for the record, I have...

What drain hole?
And for the record, I have no idea what Norm has been recommending, about enlarging the hole and stuffing paper towels in there.

The spout doesn't hold pressure, so you...
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you need to replace the shutoff valve and get a...

you need to replace the shutoff valve and get a new supply line. Use an olive puller, to remove the copper compression ring (olive). No olive puller? I've always carefully used a hacksaw to cut...
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Something is seriously wrong here. You have to...

Something is seriously wrong here. You have to wonder why that much subfloor was replaced. I suspect there may have been (and still is) a structural problem. You won't know, until you open it up. ...
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doesn't look like click-lock to me, but hard to...

doesn't look like click-lock to me, but hard to tell. I agree..it wasn't properly acclimated.
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Is that a floating floor installation? If so,...

Is that a floating floor installation? If so, just use Titebond wood glue on the tongue and groove. If it's floating, you don't want to lock it down to the floor w/ liquid nails / PL adhesive.
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rug? wax? remove the hardwood from the...

rug? wax? remove the hardwood from the bathroom and replace with tile.
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Your stairs turned out great. Thanks for the tip!

Your stairs turned out great. Thanks for the tip!
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Looks like flooring to me. Especially with that...

Looks like flooring to me. Especially with that border around the the concrete slab. Follow your new flooring's instructions exactly as they are written.
03-15-14, 01:42 AM
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To be clear, is the hot water flow also slow...

To be clear, is the hot water flow also slow coming out of the shower head? If so, here's what I did to resolve this at my mother-in-law's older home...

At the hardware store find a 1/2 NPT Iron...
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From your dimmer's instruction manual: "Use...

From your dimmer's instruction manual:
"Use with electronic low-voltage transformers only. Do Not use to control a magnetic low-voltage transformer.
Use a Leviton magnetic low-voltage dimmer to...
12-10-13, 03:04 PM
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It's your father's house. I think he gets the...

It's your father's house. I think he gets the last say.
12-10-13, 02:57 PM
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As for the question of should you wait to fix the...

As for the question of should you wait to fix the problem, or do it now....

If the furnace is leaning, I'd fix the problem sooner than later. However, it's cold this time of year, so having...
12-10-13, 02:53 PM
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I'm sorry to hear about your misfortune. I...

I'm sorry to hear about your misfortune. I bought a 20 year old house when I was 30, and while it did not have any major problems, we did have some water issues that developed a year into ownership,...
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The most I would do is a little wet sanding with...

The most I would do is a little wet sanding with a VERY light grit sandpaper. But, I'd just leave it and let normal wear bring it back to a matching state.
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