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01-20-20, 09:30 PM
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You suggested 1" long screws. Each cabinet is...

You suggested 1" long screws. Each cabinet is 1/2" plywood with 3/8" filler between for a total of 1 3/8". Do I need longer screws? Or does the tee nut protrude enough for it to work ?
01-20-20, 08:57 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

Great, thanks for the help!!

Great, thanks for the help!!
01-20-20, 08:42 PM
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Ah, ok. Can you recommend which bolts/nuts to use...

Ah, ok. Can you recommend which bolts/nuts to use ? Never used them before, do they have them at the box stores ?
01-20-20, 08:26 PM
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Would the filler go between the cabinets from top...

Would the filler go between the cabinets from top to bottom? Or just across the top/bottom from front to back? In other words if my cabinet I'd 36" high by 12" deep do I use a 36" filler of 12"...
01-20-20, 06:59 PM
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I don't have room for fillers so I'll have to use...

I don't have room for fillers so I'll have to use the glue method and pin nail method. What do you recommend for pin nailing? I only have an 18 gauge brad nailer. Should I be concerned about...
01-19-20, 07:13 PM
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Connecting face frames to angled wall cabinet

I'm trying to figure out how to connect the face frame of a straight wall cabinet to an angled end cabinet. There's not much to fasten to on the angled cabinet. Any suggestions?
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01-10-20, 08:56 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

Restain kitchen cabinet face frame

I'm attempting to re-stain 3 of my base kitchen cabinets. These cabinets were for an island that we are now Removing and reusing these for a new wall. The existing remaining cabinets are all light...
12-28-19, 07:22 AM
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Posted By jaspers95

Both ends of wall are open. There will be no real...

Both ends of wall are open. There will be no real load on wall. Here's a pic. Part of ceiling is open due to a leak from bathroom above
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12-28-19, 06:16 AM
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Securing a non load bearing partition wall to ceiling

I've built a 6' wide partition wall that I'm looking to secure to existing sheetrock ceiling. The wall is free standing and has nothing attached on either side of it. Wondering how I can secure the...
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Repair hole in pre finished hard wood floor

I'm moving kitchen cabinets and now I'm trying to replace/repair the pre finished wood floor boards that have a exposed hole in them from an old central vac connection. Can someone recommend how I...
06-20-19, 05:50 AM
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Views: 1,326
Posted By jaspers95

This vanity came with the countertop already...

This vanity came with the countertop already adhered to the vanity. I'll detach it from the wall which will give me slightly more access and try to install faucet. Thanks for the suggestions !
06-19-19, 04:30 PM
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I was thinking of doing that but wondering if...

I was thinking of doing that but wondering if that would compromise the support.
06-19-19, 12:43 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

I rerouted the water lines. My next issue is...

I rerouted the water lines. My next issue is installing the faucet. In this vanity there are wooden supports for the sink. The supports are directly underneath and in line with the hot cold sink...
06-08-19, 08:14 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

Can I do that and have the copper running down in...

Can I do that and have the copper running down in front of the tile ? Or does it need to be behind the tile wall ?
06-08-19, 07:38 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

When the vanity drawer hits the shut-off valve...

When the vanity drawer hits the shut-off valve the vanity's countertop is about an 1 1/4" from the tile. And even if it did fit then the only way to access it would be to pull the drawer out to make...
06-08-19, 06:08 PM
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Here's Pics: ...

Here's Pics:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1CJwYqCSSufHsRyHZaKJeZDU2La-A8Wtp
06-08-19, 05:26 PM
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Moving shut-off valves for vanity

we just purchased a vanity that has a drawer across the center of it. The drawer has about a 5" notch for the plumbing. This notch is big enough for the drain to fit in, but the hot and cold shut off...
06-08-19, 03:50 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

Yes that's what I just did: All 3 open: -...

Yes that's what I just did:

All 3 open:
- shallow end skimmer high suction pulling debris in from pool
- middle end skimmer very low suction. Not pulling in anything from pool
- deep end...
06-08-19, 02:59 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

I don't have bottom drains. I'm not sure why the...

I don't have bottom drains. I'm not sure why the pool company bully it this way. I have two deep end bottom returns. So Going into the pump are the 3 skimmer pipes with ball valves for each one so I...
06-08-19, 01:44 PM
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Posted By jaspers95

Little to no suction in skimmer

I have 3 skimmers n my pool. Currently only one of the skimmers has really good suction where debris from pool is actually getting pulled in. The other two skimmers have little to no suction. Last...
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Posted By jaspers95

Window well filling up with water

I have a concrete 48" x 53" egress window well that's fills up with water with enough rain. The water then comes into the basement once the well water reached the window height. There was no drain...
05-20-17, 09:03 AM
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Views: 766
Posted By jaspers95

When I'm cutting the notch it seems to spread...

When I'm cutting the notch it seems to spread throughout most of the piece not just at the cut edges.

When I initially cut pieces for the corners there was no redness on the edge.
05-20-17, 05:48 AM
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Views: 766
Posted By jaspers95

Yes the glazing is crackled by design. I'm trying...

Yes the glazing is crackled by design. I'm trying to notch around an outlet. The cut in the picture is not the actual notch, just me messing practicing the notch
05-19-17, 08:39 PM
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Views: 726
Posted By jaspers95

The high spot is from the sheetrock that is...

The high spot is from the sheetrock that is attached to a stud which sticks out further than the surrounding ones.
05-19-17, 08:12 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 766
Posted By jaspers95

Here's a picture showing both the uncut tile and...

Here's a picture showing both the uncut tile and the notched tile with the red clay coming through.

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