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Well it was pretty old anyway plus we thought it...

Well it was pretty old anyway plus we thought it would be nice to have an outdoor keypad so I went ahead and replaced it. It's a surefire method of fixing anything :D It was very simple to replace...
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I will give it a look but it sounds more like...

I will give it a look but it sounds more like something is bound up then free spinning. Thanks :thumbup:
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garage door opener no working

I haven't been around in a while since I have been real busy with my own projects so hello everyone. :D What brings me here today is a garage door opener that mysteriously quit working. It raised...
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I agree in so far as you cannot stop water with...

I agree in so far as you cannot stop water with any "sealers" or special paint etc. However it is not absolutely necessary to have to dig all around the outside, in fact you can do it from the...
04-10-07, 10:43 AM
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Also bare in mind that PT has different ratings....

Also bare in mind that PT has different ratings. Some is rated for ground contact and some isn't
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A good ship auger bit should go through just...

A good ship auger bit should go through just about any wood. I have used my 18v Dewalt to drill through several Lam beams at once (3/4") and they are hardly soft. For all but the softest of masonry...
02-22-07, 12:22 PM
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Yeah I might have said the same thing. That is...

Yeah I might have said the same thing. That is rare stock on the east coast I think. I can't ever remember a time needing a span that long in 2"x12". Not to mention just about all new construction...
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check with your local code but in Va. We could go...

check with your local code but in Va. We could go 10 lights on one 15A circuit. That is assuming there is nothing else on the circuit.
02-14-07, 10:46 AM
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yeah no harm in turning it off now, but like what...

yeah no harm in turning it off now, but like what was said you shouldn't need to turn it off if it's a true frost free. Chances are you would know it by now if it wasn't. How those work is the actual...
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I have both, but if I could only have one it...

I have both, but if I could only have one it would definately be the chop saw. Most of the stuff you can do on the table saw you can do with a skill saw.
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There are stand alone units that will test for...

There are stand alone units that will test for basic function, but they cost more then a standard computer. The only real way to test for stability is to have it installed in the box you intend to...
01-30-07, 12:30 PM
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If the concrete slab was perfectly level and flat...

If the concrete slab was perfectly level and flat it would be the first one I ever saw. When the framers come in they have nothing to do with the existing foundation and unless it was very out of...
01-27-07, 08:42 AM
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I would go with the expanding foam. If you are...

I would go with the expanding foam. If you are going to be doing it yourself, be careful with it until you know how much it expands. I had a "Lucy" moment with that stuff some years ago.
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:sigh: why didn't I think of that. I bet that is...

:sigh: why didn't I think of that. I bet that is the problem. Shouldn't have to set anything on the computer under XP. My old P3 Dell lappy was plug and play with Svideo. True about the blurry...
01-26-07, 11:37 PM
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Very informative X.. When do you find the time to...

Very informative X.. When do you find the time to work with all these posts? lol I have been somewhat swamped lately which is why I am not on much these days.
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If you are concerned about viruses. The only way...

If you are concerned about viruses. The only way I know to for sure prevent that is to have the drive you use physically disconnected or at the very least disable it in the drives properties. Even if...
01-26-07, 05:30 AM
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Another vote for it being more likely there is an...

Another vote for it being more likely there is an existing header. 8' is a hell of a span for the lack of one or even a single 2"x4" supporting the center. It's probably just a filler/nailer like...
01-25-07, 07:14 AM
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LOL that seems a little extreme. I have a 20oz...

LOL that seems a little extreme. I have a 20oz estwing that is the right height for receptacles. I measure the height of the box with the hammer and use it again to find it after the wallboard is on....
01-24-07, 09:42 PM
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for the recess lights I use a rotozip but for...

for the recess lights I use a rotozip but for outlets I prefer to use a regular drywall saw. I cut out the inside and then real fast around the outside being carefull not to nick the wires. Just...
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I have done that before under XP pro. The only...

I have done that before under XP pro. The only thing I had to do was set the tv to the right mode. It has to be set to receive and show Svideo signals. I don't think I had to set anything on the PC
01-24-07, 10:00 AM
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2 choices that I see. either move the pipe close...

2 choices that I see. either move the pipe close to the wall (what I would do) or lose some space moving the wall out in front of it. Where I am from I would have to move the pipe up into the joists...
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I didn't read the thread too throughly but I'm...

I didn't read the thread too throughly but I'm surprised no one mentioned the Dewalt portable which is what I have. Nice how the fence extends past the table at both ends for wide rips and the...
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I would try another PSU. The newer Antecs cause a...

I would try another PSU. The newer Antecs cause a lot of headaches and often ends up being the culprit in a multitude of problems. I agree with tae though, does it work like it was before?
01-11-07, 12:24 AM
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Posted By BuiLDPro68

I agree with the other posters that stated they...

I agree with the other posters that stated they would not use tapcons for that at all. Too expensive and more work then is necessary. I used good ole cut nails on around 50 basements when I finished...
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