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11-03-09, 06:09 PM
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Posted By nashcat

Thanks for the replies. Setting back the...

Thanks for the replies. Setting back the temperature to 45 or 50 is not an option. Here in middle Tennessee, we often have temps into the 20's and heating this old church up to 50 all week would...
11-01-09, 08:20 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,042
Posted By nashcat

One day a week, programmable?

I go to a small country church that is only heated on Sunday morning. Since I live closer than the other members, on cold mornings, I have to drive about 5 miles to the church and turn on the heat...
Replies: 9
Views: 1,578
Posted By nashcat

The next time you change your lamps, leave them...

The next time you change your lamps, leave them on for at least 48 hours and let them burn in. I had the same problem in my workshop. I would burn mine for a few minutes at a time, after replacing...
Replies: 22
Views: 1,188
Posted By nashcat

You stated that the monitor went out on the...

You stated that the monitor went out on the laptop, so you took out the hard drive. Was the hard drive working up to this point? If you have access to a desktop computer, you can get an adapter...
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Views: 1,188
Posted By nashcat

If your laptops were identical, why not remove...

If your laptops were identical, why not remove the original drive from the working laptop and replace it with the drive from the other machine? Boot the machine and then copy the file onto a floppy,...
09-16-07, 07:16 PM
Replies: 21
Views: 9,484
Posted By nashcat

I don't have any problem with anyone using a...

I don't have any problem with anyone using a MAK90 for hunting. I would use mine if I didn't have anything else. My main thought is......

Life is too short to hunt with an ugly rifle!

Nashcat
Replies: 6
Views: 680
Posted By nashcat

I've been doing it for several years, using an...

I've been doing it for several years, using an AGP card and a PCI card while running Windows ME. Works for me.

Nashcat
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Views: 722
Posted By nashcat

For some unknown reason, my laptop does the same...

For some unknown reason, my laptop does the same thing at times when I am using a USB thumb drive. When this happens, I just type E: in Windows Explorer, and it comes up. Windows will usually...
Replies: 6
Views: 705
Posted By nashcat

If you're trying to use mIRC to replace a program...

If you're trying to use mIRC to replace a program such as Napster or Bearshare, you're pretty much out of luck. mIRC is a chat cliet that allows users to share files, but it is not 'point and click'...
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Views: 2,172
Posted By nashcat

OK, here's my 2 cents worth.... You need a...

OK, here's my 2 cents worth.... You need a constant current power supply that is adjustable. No big deal. Just Google 'constant current power supply' for a lot of info. Or you can go to...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,202
Posted By nashcat

Back in 2003, I was able to get schematic for my...

Back in 2003, I was able to get schematic for my powered JBL sub, from the JBL service department. Their local warranty service had tried 3 times to fix the problem, and kept the unit until it was...
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Views: 912
Posted By nashcat

My first thought is that you have a button stuck...

My first thought is that you have a button stuck on your remote. Can you take the batteries out of the remote and turn the volume up manually?

Nashcat
Forum: Water Heaters
12-09-06, 03:36 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 7,960
Posted By nashcat

You may have a heater that is shorted to ground...

You may have a heater that is shorted to ground internally. The thermostat only switches one leg of the 240 volts. The other leg of the 240 volts is wired directly to the heater. If the wire...
10-06-06, 01:44 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,587
Posted By nashcat

The picture that you stated, "Looks like it has a...

The picture that you stated, "Looks like it has a timer on it" is the exact model that was mounted in my bedroom window, when I was a teenager, back in the 60's. That wasn't a timer. It was a...
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Views: 739
Posted By nashcat

At a setting of 480 x 640 at 30fps, your not...

At a setting of 480 x 640 at 30fps, your not going to get quality videos. There are cameras on the market for around $100 that will match these specs.
09-28-06, 01:51 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,587
Posted By nashcat

Seen one? Yes! We had 3 of the Fedders units...

Seen one? Yes! We had 3 of the Fedders units similar to the photo in our home back in the 60's. It seems like they were around 12000 BTU and had push button controls under a sliding cover. One of...
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Views: 6,873
Posted By nashcat

Maybe I can answer a couple of your questions. ...

Maybe I can answer a couple of your questions. You do not want to mix batteries with different capacities. If you mix 1500mAh with 2100 mAh, you will have problems with proper charging. Either the...
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Views: 1,264
Posted By nashcat

I also have a GE Profile that does the same thing...

I also have a GE Profile that does the same thing occasionally. I can get mine to stop by pressing the dispense button several times. I haven't taken it apart to check the switch yet. It isn't a...
Replies: 41
Views: 143,310
Posted By nashcat

I just happened to stumble across this post, and...

I just happened to stumble across this post, and would like to put in my 2 cents worth. I fly radio contol airplanes which use NiCad batteries. Our planes are worth from $300 to several thousand...
Replies: 9
Views: 2,701
Posted By nashcat

The camera wizard should be in the Control Panel....

The camera wizard should be in the Control Panel. Click Control Panel/Cameras and Scanners/Add Device.

Nashcat
Replies: 4
Views: 1,649
Posted By nashcat

Liftmoore has a web site with phone numbers. ...

Liftmoore has a web site with phone numbers. Maybe a call to them can get you headed in the right direction. If you have a model number of the solenoids, I might be able to help.

Nashcat
09-21-06, 03:06 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 5,635
Posted By nashcat

The bullets in most Chinese 7.62x39 ammo measures...

The bullets in most Chinese 7.62x39 ammo measures .311". The bullets in the 30-06 are sized .308" The difference is only 3 thousands of an inch, but it enough to cause high pressures in some...
Forum: Water Heaters
09-07-06, 01:10 AM
Replies: 9
Views: 1,229
Posted By nashcat

Shouldn't this me moved to the LAW forum if no...

Shouldn't this me moved to the LAW forum if no one is going to take a shot at fixing the water heater. Just my opinion.

Toasty, could you better describe the rotary switch that you mention? Is...
09-05-06, 08:54 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 3,952
Posted By nashcat

I did mine in the early spring, just when they...

I did mine in the early spring, just when they started to show through the ground. I dug up the ball of bulbs and chopped them into four pieces with the shovel. I found it too hard to try to...
09-04-06, 10:44 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,600
Posted By nashcat

What you need to look for is a solid state relay,...

What you need to look for is a solid state relay, instead of the mechanical relay that requires 100ma. I have some that have a 3-32VDC input and will switch up to 5 amps at 12-280VAC. I would mail...
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