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Posted By noguru

Pugsl....just an update. I removed the water hose...

Pugsl....just an update. I removed the water hose from the dryer. Seems to work fine so I think I'm good to go for now. Thanks again for all the help. I LOVE this site!!!!
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Posted By noguru

I could live without it I'm sure, but I do use...

I could live without it I'm sure, but I do use it. The only problem with that right now is the shut off valve won't turn so I can't shut the water off and remove/replace the hoses. I suppose I can...
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Posted By noguru

I looked at the tech sheet and it did help with...

I looked at the tech sheet and it did help with the location of the inlet thermistor. I replaced it, but still getting steam in the dryer and the fault code of F25 still comes up. I guess this repair...
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Posted By noguru

So there IS a 2nd thermistor? I asked the store...

So there IS a 2nd thermistor? I asked the store where I bought the parts and they said there was not. I only changed one, so maybe it's the wrong one I replaced? I will take a look at that today....
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Posted By noguru

So sorry I didn't mention heat. Yes, it heats....

So sorry I didn't mention heat. Yes, it heats. Everything seems to work fine except the steam being continuous. Oh, and it's electric. Don't think I mentioned that.

I am not capable of much...
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Posted By noguru

WP Cabrio steam dryer model #WED6600VW0

Hello. Had lightning hit my internet box and it took out my a/c (was just a fuse) and my Cabrio dryer had PF on the display.

When I put a load in the dryer, they are wetter than they were when I...
06-20-13, 08:45 PM
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Posted By noguru

Thank you Chandler! Not really what I planned...

Thank you Chandler! Not really what I planned from the start....and maybe a little too much for a ceiling.... but it really does look nice (in person with the whole effect) and it served it's purpose...
06-19-13, 08:46 PM
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Posted By noguru

14125 Had to do some resizing. Sorry so...

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Had to do some resizing. Sorry so many posts.
06-19-13, 08:35 PM
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Posted By noguru

14124 Well, not sure if this is going to...

14124

Well, not sure if this is going to work or not, but if it does above is the before and I tried to post the after but it failed so I'm not sure if a post can hold more than one pic, so if...
06-19-13, 08:12 PM
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Posted By noguru

I do have one before and one after pic that my...

I do have one before and one after pic that my daughter took for me. If I can figure out how to do it, I will post them.
06-18-13, 08:15 PM
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Posted By noguru

Just thought I'd take a moment to update. A...

Just thought I'd take a moment to update. A little hot glue, some trim moulding strategically placed and I created 5 "sections" of ceiling. Five nights of texturing one section at a time and I'm...
06-18-13, 08:12 PM
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Posted By noguru

Thought I would update. I contacted a couple of...

Thought I would update. I contacted a couple of plumbers to discuss options and then did nothing for a while. January 28th the drain backed up again. I decided spending another $25 and buying a...
05-07-13, 05:24 PM
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Posted By noguru

Thanks for all the replies! I have to...

Thanks for all the replies!

I have to texture because I was planning on it and so my crack repairs were done hastily and not "finished" since I knew I was adding texture. Also, I just got done...
05-06-13, 07:26 PM
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Posted By noguru

texturing with joint compound

I tried and I tried to figure out how to google this question, but just could not figure out a way to shorten it enough to get any hits OR there are no answers to my question on the internet! LOL
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12-07-12, 05:20 PM
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Posted By noguru

Ok. I figured that would be the answer but it...

Ok. I figured that would be the answer but it never hurts to ask. Thank you all.
12-06-12, 06:17 PM
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Posted By noguru

main drain question

Had a plumber out last month. Floor drain in basement was backing up. He snaked and about 130' out caught roots. One month later and 3 loads of laundry through the day after 1 shower and drain backs...
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Posted By noguru

Ok, well having issues with pictures HOWEVER I...

Ok, well having issues with pictures HOWEVER I kept thinking about the snap coupling I already had that worked with the old faucet. When I took the washer out of it all the other components inside...
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Posted By noguru

Thanks lawrosa and ray......I took pics but my...

Thanks lawrosa and ray......I took pics but my computer is acting up trying to download from camera.....stay tuned......as soon as I can get them downloaded and uploaded I will post them.....may be...
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Posted By noguru

that's the snap coupling? My current one looks...

that's the snap coupling? My current one looks nothing like either one of those. I could take pics of everything I'm talking about and explain what each one did wrong a little better if I knew how to...
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Posted By noguru

I can't get a new one because according to the...

I can't get a new one because according to the guys at Lowes and at the appliance part store they don't exist with the threads on the outside of the snap coupling. I actually bought one like that,...
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Posted By noguru

new faucet/portable dishwasher connection question

This might be hard to explain but I'll do my best. I apologize I do not know the correct terminology I'm sure. I had a faucet leaking and decided to replace it. I had a portable dishwasher...
07-10-11, 08:57 AM
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Posted By noguru

MANY thanks to both of you!! I'm not sure which...

MANY thanks to both of you!! I'm not sure which approach I'm going to take yet, but glad to know I have some options!!! :)
07-07-11, 11:25 AM
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Posted By noguru

Thanks Chandler. The fence is mine for sure....

Thanks Chandler. The fence is mine for sure. Posts on MY side and smooth on other. One of the big reasons I bought the house. I don't think one new post will cut it though, since both right and left...
07-06-11, 07:11 PM
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Posted By noguru

privacy fence help needed

Hi! I have a section of treated fencing that one of the 4x4 posts is giving out on. Tonight I braced the section up from my neighbors yard so it is level and upright again. My original plan was to...
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Posted By noguru

Wow!!! I like that thought of half the time!!!...

Wow!!! I like that thought of half the time!!! LOL I have to admit, extended life must be right because the plug is two years old and still starts like a champion!

Thanks Mike!!
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