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Thanks Joe. I'll get a picture this weekend...

Thanks Joe.

I'll get a picture this weekend when I go back up there.
I'm not having any leaks, but it could possibly be water under the tar. Sounds bleak. Ant the beginning of more issues to...
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Tar balls on a flat roof

I purchased a home last winter. An addition to the house has a flat roof with a gravel coating on top. Over the past summer in one small section 3'x3' I noticed 1" tar balls coming to the surface....
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Hey Allan. Thanks for the reply. No silt in...

Hey Allan.
Thanks for the reply.
No silt in the pit. Just thought I would put in a basin because the current pit is so nasty looking (midevil).
Anyways. The core in the pipe is frozen in there....
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It's about 8" from the top of the pit. I...

It's about 8" from the top of the pit.

I think what I'm going to do when I get time is make a cap for it and pump some compressed air in there and see what happens. I'm sure it's clogged and...
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Posted By Fasthackem

Here's another thought. Any possibility this...

Here's another thought.
Any possibility this is an overflow if the water level gets too high (pump fail)? Like that tube on a rinse sink under a bar?
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Posted By Fasthackem

Hey Pete. I'm not really sure. What I can...

Hey Pete.

I'm not really sure. What I can tell you is when we get rain these pumps are really pressed into service. My house basically sits in a bowl with a rock bottom.
My original thought was...
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Posted By Fasthackem

Need help identifying

Greetings, and thanks in advance.

I have a couple of sump pump wells in my house built in 1940.

I'm in the process of updating and am putting in new pit basins. This pipe (in the pictures) is...
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Posted By Fasthackem

Thanks PJ.. This is what I figured.

Thanks PJ..
This is what I figured.
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Posted By Fasthackem

Thanks PJ. The Switches I'm using are GE...

Thanks PJ.

The Switches I'm using are GE 12728 and 12729. Slave/Master respectively.

My wiring setup is exactly as drawn.
I've been staring at these things for a week hoping I would have some...
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Posted By Fasthackem

Need Help with Z-Wave 3 Way Switch

Greetings, and thanks in advance!

I'm replacing an existing 3-Way switching setup with a GE/Jasco Z-Wave setup in my house.

Here's the proposed setup.

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Problem is the specs are...
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