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Attempted repair of electric shop vac: won't start

Hi y'all,

I have a shop vac that suddenly wouldn't start. I thought it might be a simple wiring issue rather than the motor dying so I opened it up. There is a white wire (the negative) coming...
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I don't mind destroying the old cabinet...

I don't mind destroying the old cabinet completely to take it out. But if I cut from under the house, could I have a plumber re-route the piping to come in from the back rather than under the house?...
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Will cutting pipes be needed, or can I just take...

Will cutting pipes be needed, or can I just take fitted pipes apart? Just wondering.
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It is not directly on the floor - there is gap of...

It is not directly on the floor - there is gap of around an inch and a half, so there is room to cut; there is a piece in front that you can't see in the photo that conceals the gap between the floor...
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Removing bathroom cabinet and sink in manufactured home

Hi everyone,

I am removing my bathroom cabinet in preparation for a remodel of the bathroom. If you look at the picture below, you can see the pipes coming up through the floor and then the bottom...
06-18-17, 01:52 PM
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Thanks everyone. I'll follow that sequence mostly...

Thanks everyone. I'll follow that sequence mostly - I may take some of the walls before the fixtures. We do have another functioning bathroom, so we don't need to worry about that.

I'm on the...
06-17-17, 10:34 AM
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Sequence for Bathrrom Teardown and rebuild

Hi everyone,

I'm going to start tearing down and rebuilding a bathroom, and I have an idea for what the best sequence for doing everything would be, but I wanted to run it by everyone one here....
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LED replacing halogen lights - buzzing problem

Hi there!

I have some track lighting in my living room that I wanted to be able to have bright or dim as needed. Originally I had halogen bulbs but they would buzz when I tried to dim them. So I...
07-28-16, 04:28 PM
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I'll check that. But I'd like to attach the new...

I'll check that. But I'd like to attach the new box about a foot from where the wires used to be wired to the fluorescent fixture - the attachment point for the old fixture was on one end, and the...
07-28-16, 03:32 PM
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What does 'permanently accessible' mean? Can I...

What does 'permanently accessible' mean? Can I safely splice them together at the fixture as they were previously? I'm not sure why there are even two sets of black and white wires.
07-28-16, 02:50 PM
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2 black and 2 white wires to lighting box

Hi everyone!

I am replacing the fluorescent fixtures in my kitchen with LED fixtures and I need to install a lighting box.

The wiring from the wall has two black wires, two white, and a ground...
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