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11-02-15, 05:17 PM
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Posted By chirkware

Houston, I'm not finding the TH8320WF5003. Is...

Houston,
I'm not finding the TH8320WF5003. Is that supposed to be the TH9320WF5003?
Thanks for the recommendations!
10-31-15, 01:51 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 1,911
Posted By chirkware

Well, if it's time for a Tstat, that's...

Well, if it's time for a Tstat, that's fine...I've wanted to upgrade mine for a while now anyway. I'd really like to get one that can automatically switch between Heat/AC (like that old Tstat in...
10-31-15, 01:00 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 1,911
Posted By chirkware

I missed your post...just happened, and I got a...

I missed your post...just happened, and I got a video. Wish I had seen your post to look at the mercury switches, that would have been a nice bonus on the video if they were arcing.

Sounds like...
10-31-15, 12:52 PM
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Views: 1,911
Posted By chirkware

My wife says she's seen it do it a few other...

My wife says she's seen it do it a few other times, and it's usually the EM Heat that's flashing.
10-31-15, 12:45 PM
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Views: 1,911
Posted By chirkware

Thanks for the reply. The Tstat in the diagrams...

Thanks for the reply. The Tstat in the diagrams you posted is a bit fancier than mine. Here's what I've got:

58270

And apparently, either I was wrong before, or something changed: It just...
10-31-15, 10:02 AM
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Views: 1,911
Posted By chirkware

EM Heat rapidly cycling on/off - Tstat problem or something worse?

Last night, about two or three times, we woke up to what sounded like the AC unit turning on and off rapidly (about once a second). When I went to the Tstat (directly above return air vent), the EM...
11-27-14, 10:12 PM
Replies: 31
Views: 3,961
Posted By chirkware

No need to try to change the plug on that...

No need to try to change the plug on that cord...just buy the right cord.

Here's one from Tripp-Lite that Amazon sells: Amazon.com: Tripp Lite Heavy-Duty Power Cord for PDU and UPS 20A, 12AWG...
Replies: 7
Views: 952
Posted By chirkware

PDF Creator will do what you want. Free...

PDF Creator will do what you want.

Free (open source) software, download from pdfforge | PDF Creator - The FREE PDF Converter Tool, ease to use pdf printer, pdf writer, pdf download...
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Views: 1,024
Posted By chirkware

I've bought several systems from DellOutlet.com. ...

I've bought several systems from DellOutlet.com. If you (and your wife) don't mind a machine branded "refurbished", you can get laptops there with the same warranty as new at VERY good prices. ...
05-01-14, 06:45 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 3,624
Posted By chirkware

Since you are running this as a multi-wire...

Since you are running this as a multi-wire circuit, there is absolutely no need for the subpanel at the shed...it just complicates matters. If you want a shutoff at the shed (not required since the...
05-01-14, 09:44 AM
Replies: 13
Views: 3,624
Posted By chirkware

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the minimum...

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the minimum breaker size to feed a sub-panel 30A?
04-30-14, 10:30 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 32,781
Posted By chirkware

Being that it's a basement...is the breaker a...

Being that it's a basement...is the breaker a GFCI? Sometimes motors and GFCI protection don't play nice together, and a quick Google search shows several threads about problems when mixing the two,...
Replies: 5
Views: 1,059
Posted By chirkware

To answer the SSID question...if you configure...

To answer the SSID question...if you configure the new router with the same SSID, same encryption method, and same password, then your devices SHOULD just connect. That's what I did, and my devices...
Replies: 56
Views: 2,934
Posted By chirkware

A few observations: 1. In the short term,...

A few observations:

1. In the short term, hackers WILL exploit XP, because ~20% of PC's connected to the Internet still run that 12+ year old OS. Future Patch Tuesday's will show them exactly...
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Views: 1,222
Posted By chirkware

Thanks for the reply! I ended up settling for...

Thanks for the reply! I ended up settling for the Danby DCR122BLDD, which has a "push button" defrost. While it is still manual, all they have to do is push the button, wait for the frost to melt,...
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Views: 1,222
Posted By chirkware

Looking for frost free/auto defrost Mini-Fridge

I'm trying to find a mini-fridge to fit in an opening measuring 21" x 34 3/8". This puts it in roughly the 4.5 cubic foot range.

No problem, right? Tons of dorm/garage/whatever refrigerators...
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Views: 59,556
Posted By chirkware

I get a kick out of seeing this thread...

I get a kick out of seeing this thread resurrected 2-3 times a year, and hearing from someone else who got a free RAS retrofit kit from the recall. Not many threads from 2005 that are still active. ...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,435
Posted By chirkware

I know this is late, but if you've not solved...

I know this is late, but if you've not solved this yet...

Eliminate the cordless phone and see if you still have the static. I was convinced I had a phone wiring problem till I disconnected my...
Replies: 4
Views: 1,049
Posted By chirkware

Does the Gateway work if a USB keyboard and mouse...

Does the Gateway work if a USB keyboard and mouse are directly connected to it? If not, you'll need to get past that before there's any hope of a USB KVM working on it. If its the original Win98,...
Replies: 19
Views: 71,170
Posted By chirkware

Thanks Furd...that confirms what I thought. It...

Thanks Furd...that confirms what I thought. It would have been easier to go to the sub panel, but I can route it through the attic over towards the service entrance. I'll actually have to run it...
Replies: 19
Views: 71,170
Posted By chirkware

Borrowing an old thread for a moment... I'm...

Borrowing an old thread for a moment...

I'm planning an antenna install on my roof, and I was looking at these requirements. Would running the ground into a subpanel and terminating on the ground...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,667
Posted By chirkware

Glad to help...thanks for posting back that the...

Glad to help...thanks for posting back that the suggestion solved the problem...someone else with the same problem will likely find this thread.
Replies: 3
Views: 1,667
Posted By chirkware

If you have a Lexmark printer, try reinstalling...

If you have a Lexmark printer, try reinstalling it's software. If you did, but no longer have one, try uninstalling it's software.

A quick Google search will tell you what the file is used for....
Replies: 2
Views: 720
Posted By chirkware

I'm not sure of a way to do what you are asking...

I'm not sure of a way to do what you are asking for, but perhaps this would be suitable:
Install Portable Apps (http://portableapps.com/) on a thumb drive.
[LIST=2]Install Thunderbird on it...
Replies: 4
Views: 780
Posted By chirkware

Just a side note (since your question was...

Just a side note (since your question was answered): you may want to use Microsoft's free utility called Robocopy to do this. It is command line, and VERY much more powerful than copy or xcopy.
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