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05-30-19, 06:31 PM
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Contact you local University of Florida extension...

Contact you local University of Florida extension office and get your soil tested. Without know what's going on and throwing stuff against the wall to see what sticks can do way more harm. Her's a...
05-30-19, 06:21 PM
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Views: 1,396
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I'm 99% sure Dane hit it. What you've got there...

I'm 99% sure Dane hit it. What you've got there is a boring beetle infestation. Unfortunately it's a 100% kill rate after infestation. Don't let a landscaper or tree service try to talk you into...
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Views: 429
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No, that was 8000 ft above sea level.

No, that was 8000 ft above sea level.
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Right....though I do see bronze in really high...

Right....though I do see bronze in really high speed applications due to the non-flexing properties thereby significantly reducing cavitation and slip. Mostly on very small two or three blade.

In...
01-31-19, 03:33 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 319
Posted By 2manyhounds

Awesome! That sounds like a great plan. ...

Awesome! That sounds like a great plan.

Cheers
01-31-19, 01:42 PM
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Views: 319
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We do have a tile backsplash already installed...

We do have a tile backsplash already installed and the granite countertop has an 1 1/2" overhang. Moving the register isn't an option, since the piping comes up through the new floor and goes down...
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Views: 429
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Your prop won't be affected. The shaft RPM out...

Your prop won't be affected. The shaft RPM out of the reduction gear will be the same regardless of altitude. Changing the pitch, diameter and the cupping (if it has cupping) is what will change...
01-31-19, 01:22 PM
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Views: 319
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The house is brick so no sheathing. I don't...

The house is brick so no sheathing. I don't think sheeting over is an option. the crack extends across the ceiling in both rooms and we just remodeled the kitchen so on that particular wall we'd...
01-31-19, 12:30 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 319
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Big guns causing cracks

We live within a few miles of Aberdeen Proving Ground. Once a week or so they test fire the howitzers and it shakes the whole house. There are these cracks in the sheet rock seams in two places in...
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Views: 939
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I agree with the dynamic IP probably being...

I agree with the dynamic IP probably being enabled. In regards to Comcast and their modems...it depends on what area you live in as to which modem they give you. I got sick of resetting and futzing...
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Views: 243
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I'm putting in a new sink drain to the sewer....

Remodeling the kitchen and I'm putting in a new drain to the sewer, which is on the other side of the house (25-30 linear feet of pipe). The current line went through the sill plate behind the wall...
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Views: 449
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Then the switch has given up. Time to replace.

Then the switch has given up. Time to replace.
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Views: 616
Posted By 2manyhounds

The drain plug should be under the deck. I had...

The drain plug should be under the deck. I had to take the plastic cowling off and the recoil and that's where I found the stick wedged.
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Views: 449
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If the switch pipe isn't clogged, you'll have to...

If the switch pipe isn't clogged, you'll have to replace the switch. I used to keep at least one on hand. That relay is really cheap and I had them fail at least every 18 months or so.
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I wouldn't if it didn't have an 8' vertical lift...

I wouldn't if it didn't have an 8' vertical lift to a 90, then another 10' to the discharge. The 8' alone will drop about 1/3 of the pits volume back into it.
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Views: 507
Posted By 2manyhounds

Taking off the carb and cleaning thoroughly...

Taking off the carb and cleaning thoroughly should cure the problem and order a rebuild kit and replace your rubber parts and gasket every season. I'm betting your using 10% ethanol fuel. What...
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Views: 616
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follow cheese's suggestion. I had this happen...

follow cheese's suggestion. I had this happen last year and a little stick got wedged between the flywheel and the housing. While you have it apart, do all your normal maintenance and check the...
05-27-18, 06:18 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 650
Posted By 2manyhounds

I had this exact same thing at my house...

I had this exact same thing at my house (mid-Atlantic U.S.). Mine was used to connect large LP tanks to the house heater. Back in the 70's in this area it was very common to use copper in these...
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Unhappy So I found the problem. I pulled the pump and...

So I found the problem. I pulled the pump and took the check valve off and found the disk inside floating free. So I think then the pump runs it's pushing the disk up and blocking the discharge and...
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Angry Solved - but new problem

I was able to secure it to the wall using zoesdad's suggestion and some JB Weld to secure the plate to the cinder block. Everything was working well (see what I did there) until today. Heavy rain,...
05-19-18, 06:38 PM
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Views: 602
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Oil based poly for sure. If you do want to color...

Oil based poly for sure. If you do want to color it with an oil based stain before using poly, wait a couple days after application then wipe it down with a clean cloth and poly over it. The poly...
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Views: 2,581
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That split ring is a great idea. There may be...

That split ring is a great idea. There may be just enough room to attach it to a stud on the door jamb everything else is cinder block, but I suppose I could epoxy it. As I watch this thing, it's...
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Views: 2,581
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Cool Securing a pedestal sump pump

I had to replace a pedestal pump today. The previous owner had two boards wedged in the space and a bungee across the top of the pump. I upgraded from a 1/3hp to a 1/2 and am not going back to the...
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