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11-08-06, 11:10 AM
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pump fixed

I'll post a reply to my own message. The problem was the timer on the spa pack. I replaced it and everything works fine now.
10-23-06, 05:53 AM
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Spa Circulating Pump wont work

Recently I found out that my circulating pump only works when you turn up the heat high enough to cause the heat to turn on. The pump is hooked up to a timer and I have it set to come on and run for...
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Kitchen sink is "sweating"

I noticed on a couple occasions that my kitchen sink has water beading up, or sweating underneath of it. Its a two bowl sink, one side has the garbage disposal hooked to it, the other side just a...
08-16-06, 01:57 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,118
Posted By rwilson

Another Heat Pump not working (fixed)

I was not there, but the technician came out and told my wife it was the condensor. Its working now. Thanks for the suggestions.
08-16-06, 08:03 AM
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Views: 1,118
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Another Heat Pump stopped working

Basically everything seemed to be working when I got home. But at some point last night I noticed the air coming out of the vents was not cold. I checked the drain for the unit the basement, it was...
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Flaking clear coat, 87 mustang

I picked this car up used, and the clear coat is flaking on many areas. It seems like its a pretty thick coat. I would like to get a basic (cheap) paint job on the car, but I know this needs be...
04-24-06, 05:27 AM
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Posted By rwilson

New Steel Door, when to paint?

I am installing a new steel front entry door that needs painted. It is a door with two sidelights. I wasn't sure if it would be best to paint it before, or after I install it?

I can lay the door...
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Views: 1,928
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low deck over old concrete patio

I also did this, but the edge of my deck went past the area where the concrete eneded. I was able to put footers there. But I also supported the area over the concrete patio with deck blocks that I...
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Views: 1,015
Posted By rwilson

Alternator/Battery Bad

Just to kind of close this, I took it back to my mechanic last night, he conntected a test light to the battery ground, and somehow he could tell that there was a drain of some kind because the light...
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Alternator/Battery Bad

Bejay, your right, info on the vehicle would help! Its a 87 Mustang, 2.3L, automatic. Just purchased it used so trying to trouble shoot some things. An update is that when I went to work today at...
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Alternator/Battery Bad

I picked up my car from the shop and the garage said the battery died while they had it, so they had to jump start it with a battery pack. I assumed they tested the battery. By the time I drove it...
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Mold in car vents

I had a similar problem and I sprayed some Lysol spray into the air intake vent that is probably near the bottom of the windshield, outside of the car. Let the car idle, turn on the AC to medium,...
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Posted By rwilson

87 Mustang, power window broke

The left side rear power window won't go up or down. It sounds like the motor is moving, the window wont' move. I tried to force it down while holding the switch and it didnt help. How can this be...
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Views: 1,259
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Thanks to all. I might be able to get a pipe...

Thanks to all. I might be able to get a pipe wrench on it, will give it a try. The sledge hammer could work, but would be worried about damaging the rim. Its not the origional rim, someone...
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Removing lug nut

I have a lug nut that I cannot remove becuase its one of those theft nuts that has a special key needed to remove it. The nut is stripped where the key inserts into it, so I cannot remove it. Any...
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Views: 1,344
Posted By rwilson

Curto O, thanks for replying. I figured it out...

Curto O, thanks for replying. I figured it out yesterday. You are correct, pry out the plastic frame around the 2 vent openings, it gets you access to the 2 screws holding the top part of the...
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Views: 1,409
Posted By rwilson

Registry

Editor, did your machine run any better/faster after you cleaned out the registry?
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Software Restore E machines CD on Dell PC

Thanks, I did find some free ones. Some seem to say they will scan and show you whats in there, but charge a fee to download software to actually make the changes.

On another note, I have a Dell...
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Views: 1,409
Posted By rwilson

Cleaning out your registry

What is the best way to clean out your registry of old files? Are there any free programs out there? Thanks.
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Posted By rwilson

96 Maxima, radio/dash panel removal

I am trying to figure out how to take out the radio, and or the center part of the dash area where the heater/a/c controls are, cigarette lighter, etc. The radio is a replacement (not factory), and I...
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Views: 1,412
Posted By rwilson

Replace Floor in boat

Jim, everyone has their own opinion on this, but In my opnion its not the way to go. Your just covering up a problem, not fixing it. What are the the detials on your boat (size, make, model, year,...
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Views: 1,953
Posted By rwilson

96 Maxima spark plugs

Well yesterday was stressfull day at work, wondering what I could have done to mess this up. Punctured cylinder was not what I needed. When I got home I pulled the one coil pack and plug that I put...
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Views: 50,655
Posted By rwilson

2nd story deck/balcony

Thanks to all that responded. All very good points. As much as I would like the idea of the small deck, the issues seem to outweight the benefits. I'll move onto my next great idea!
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Views: 1,953
Posted By rwilson

lube

MIchael,

It was some heavy duty corrosion inhibitor that I use on my boat to spray connections. I didn't think it was that much and I just sprayed it on the rubber boot that slides down the tube...
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Views: 1,953
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Thanks to both. Punctured cylinder? Not what I...

Thanks to both. Punctured cylinder? Not what I wanted to hear. The lenght of the bottom end of the plugs I think were the same, it was the top end that touches the coil pack that might have been to...
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