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Posted By my8950

PJ, I know I need that, issue is, I don't have...

PJ, I know I need that, issue is, I don't have any space to put one where I can get it to go out the side wall without going through floor joists, which I don't want to do.
That's where I've been...
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Posted By my8950

Ahhhh.....by stack you mean stink pipe, or...

Ahhhh.....by stack you mean stink pipe, or plumbing vent? If so, no, not what I'm doing. Just looking for a vent to get the steam out, and poop smell if/when necessary.
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Posted By my8950

@Marq, so due to the quiet running fan, it's...

@Marq, so due to the quiet running fan, it's probably not so good for those who tend to "blow out" the toilet...??? I was told before that quiet isn't always best... :)
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Posted By my8950

I guess I'm not sure if I am referring to the...

I guess I'm not sure if I am referring to the stack as the plumbing or not.
I'm putting bathroom in my basement corner, it needs a fan. I don't want to bore a 4", or 3" hole through the floor...
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Posted By my8950

draw through exhaust fan

I was talking with a guy today who mentioned something that caught my attention. We're doing some bathroom work, he spoke of a bathroom exhaust fan that doesn't actually need to go in the bathroom,...
09-21-18, 09:30 AM
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Posted By my8950

What Dane said... If there is no way at all you...

What Dane said...
If there is no way at all you can get at the wall in the basement that is your option.
Maybe you can access the inside location of the hole, put a piece of masonite or something...
09-21-18, 07:20 AM
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Posted By my8950

I know it's been over a year, but curious as to...

I know it's been over a year, but curious as to how this went???
09-21-18, 07:16 AM
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Posted By my8950

I'd get all the spray foam out of there...It...

I'd get all the spray foam out of there...It tends to rot, and also ants and animals chew it up and use it for nests. Get it all out and then fill with mortar or hydraulic cement as suggested above.
09-19-18, 04:33 PM
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Posted By my8950

Ok, so the guy showed and and did a portion of...

Ok, so the guy showed and and did a portion of the piping he said he had to change, and then covered with concrete somewhat of how we wanted it done.

Obviously its not complete and he didn't show...
09-04-18, 01:43 PM
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Posted By my8950

After talking with this guy the other day, I got...

After talking with this guy the other day, I got a few other opinions on the check valve and everyone agrees with what you said, should be on the entrance to the house to stop any backflow if the...
09-04-18, 06:40 AM
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Posted By my8950

Thanks for moving it, I was considering the same....

Thanks for moving it, I was considering the same. He said it needs to have check valve at the inlet of the this "tree" of items. The first item connecting to the main line should be the toilet due...
08-31-18, 09:11 AM
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Posted By my8950

Red face Basement Bathroom

I am doing something similar, but I don't have the ability to draw it out like you did. Today we had a plumber out to help us out with the next step. He said that the toilet needs to be the first in...
12-27-17, 05:42 PM
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Posted By my8950

I see, thank you for moving them. I'll have to...

I see, thank you for moving them. I'll have to give that a shot next time around.

Based on what you guys are saying though, everything looks good?
Just seems really odd to me with this...
12-26-17, 08:36 PM
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Posted By my8950

Gas furnace with humidifier, is this system configured correct?

I'm questioning the configuration of the heating system in my home. The humidifier seems to just pour water through the system when the heat is running, that is another post though.
What I'm...
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Posted By my8950

How did you clean the current possibly bad O2...

How did you clean the current possibly bad O2 sensor? Although, that also has nothing to do with the Cam position sensor...
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Posted By my8950

So I checked the carb over last night before...

So I checked the carb over last night before installing. The jets mentioned are clear, I can see light through them, the bowl is also clean.
Setting the gap on the ignition...
Put it all back...
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Posted By my8950

Ok, I'll give it a look when I get a minute. ...

Ok, I'll give it a look when I get a minute.
With that said I'm still curious why it wouldn't fire when I sprayed it with starting fluid...
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Posted By my8950

It's a Toro 20018 I don't recall the engine...

It's a Toro 20018
I don't recall the engine manufacturer off the top of my head. It's a 6.5hp which has electric starter.
Gas is new, carb does have the bottom bolt that I did remove and the bowl...
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Posted By my8950

yeah, the carb was also very dusty on the...

yeah, the carb was also very dusty on the outside. I did remove it and place it into ultrasonic cleaner for a bit. It is much cleaner now, I haven't installed it yet though.

I'm concerned about...
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Posted By my8950

personal pace wont start

So I have this personal pace piece of junk mower. It worked last year but this year no go. I have been poking at it recently to figure out why it won't start.
We bought it used, and it needed the...
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Posted By my8950

So, an update on progress... I had the right...

So, an update on progress...
I had the right switch, and the right parts, just the wrong drawing.
When I got the info about the after fire solenoid, I was looking through the wiring diagrams...
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Posted By my8950

Not sure, I never saw the original switch. ...

Not sure, I never saw the original switch.
When we got it, my GF used it for her yard, I never used it.
I'm not sure if it charged or how it really worked.
This year I am trying to get it going...
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Posted By my8950

Right, but I need a key on 12V to fire the...

Right, but I need a key on 12V to fire the solenoid before the engine starts.
The only time I have 12V on the lugs of the ignition switch is when the engine is cranking, it triggers the solenoid....
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Posted By my8950

I metered through the switch. There is no "key...

I metered through the switch. There is no "key on" 12V source with the engine off. If there was that is where I would put this. That's why I'm having a tough time trying to find out how to do it.
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Posted By my8950

The diagram I'm working from. It isn't exact, but...

The diagram I'm working from. It isn't exact, but its a good reference. My last issue is to figure out how to make the fuel anti backfire solenoid work without defeating it. Although the hood fell...
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