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Sounds like an excellent plan, get the water away...

Sounds like an excellent plan, get the water away from the foundation!
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Manifestos are never good, fell asleep after...

Manifestos are never good, fell asleep after first paragraph, boil down to basic questions and many more will respond!
Today, 02:30 PM
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I have always used standard heavy duty clear glue...

I have always used standard heavy duty clear glue for all PVC work, the only unique glue I used on my spa was for the flex hose but honestly it didn't seem any different!

Primer, always, never...
Today, 02:24 PM
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Absolutely, that is exactly what I have been...

Absolutely, that is exactly what I have been doing this summer, sort of depends on the weather but this summer for sure.

Tying it into the drain, maybe not, it all depends on the dehumidifier,...
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A little confusion, your installing a pad outside...

A little confusion, your installing a pad outside the garage door, and you plan to install a channel drain as well as tying in the sump line just to the left of the door!

Where is this drain...
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So after posting I double checked the solenoid...

So after posting I double checked the solenoid connections and found I didnt have them hooked up as I thought.

I just made a couple jumpers to fit the different size connectors and confirmed that...
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Nothing to fix, it is what it is!HOW A HARD FOOD...

Nothing to fix, it is what it is!HOW A HARD FOOD DISPOSER WORKS IN A DISHWASHERUses a chopper to disintegrate food particles so they donít end up recirculating onto your dishes. It rids the...
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More than likely its a press fit, not really...

More than likely its a press fit, not really designed to be removed.

If motor is humming but not turning, it's toast, a fan like that is cheaper to buy than repair!
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For my metal work, I use Rust Oleum rusty metal...

For my metal work, I use Rust Oleum rusty metal primer and spray paints.

Hit the bad spots with grinder/wire brush, wipe down with paint thinner to remove surface contaminates.

If you have any...
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Posted By Marq1

Next step in troubleshooting ice maker

Kenmore KFC022EVBL2 bottom freezer refrigerator was moved to basement 3-4 years ago.
We seem to be using a lot of ice this summer so figured I would turn this on, nothing!

Pushed the ice...
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Ok, IMO way more comment than needed, the...

Ok, IMO way more comment than needed, the solution was provided, the OP confined it worked, so why is there more discussion!
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Having a 4 car garage with epocy coating, I...

Having a 4 car garage with epocy coating, I assisted the freelance with the work, he does it for a living.

Is it required, no, do you want your coating to last, then do it!

Like every other...
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Well, it works, but not for long! Did...

Well, it works, but not for long!

Did similar experiment many, many houses ago. There is only so much air volume in the basement, and it's cool since it's been sitting there forever.

After an...
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Your indicating where the tub and walls meet on...

Your indicating where the tub and walls meet on the sides?

Correct, every door I have seen requires a flat wall so some type of filler is going to need to be installed.

Off hand a piece of tile...
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Some, maybe not all, replacement boots are clam...

Some, maybe not all, replacement boots are clam shell, you zip tie them in place so the tie rod does not have to be removed!
08-03-20, 04:00 PM
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Hate to say but there is no sure cure, just a...

Hate to say but there is no sure cure, just a collection of temp remedies!
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May be so old it doesn't have a primer bulb. ...

May be so old it doesn't have a primer bulb.

A can of starter fluid would at least make the process faster, a short shot in the air cleaner and away you go!
08-02-20, 11:45 PM
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Id adjust some to remove the gap, you dont want...

Id adjust some to remove the gap, you dont want to compress insulation but the gap isnt doing anything!
08-02-20, 11:37 PM
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Do you have the room for 3/4" plywood? Granted...

Do you have the room for 3/4" plywood? Granted the plank floor is not the best but ripping out is a tough option, the more sub floor the better!
08-02-20, 12:49 PM
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Posted By Marq1

Sometimes the repair can be worst than the...

Sometimes the repair can be worst than the damage.

See if massaging the dimples works, then evaluate next steps!
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And to add one additional comment, think about...

And to add one additional comment, think about how many minutes the unit is running each day. If it was filtering the air for your benefit it would need to run continuously!
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What I see as unusual is that it's in the corner...

What I see as unusual is that it's in the corner only!

Face trim is not unusual, I have it on my deck, but wondering if something else is going on that is not allowing water to drain through the...
08-02-20, 07:28 AM
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Posted By Marq1

Just normal seed, as noted it's an annual and any...

Just normal seed, as noted it's an annual and any seeded lawn takes a few years to get into shape.

Dont loose any sleep, just take the steps to eliminate!
08-02-20, 01:08 AM
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Posted By Marq1

The largest tiles I have installed were 16"...

The largest tiles I have installed were 16" square, I could never imagine trying to cut tiles by hand, it would look like crap!
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Posted By Marq1

Then you will always have sand that leaks, Gaps...

Then you will always have sand that leaks, Gaps in my pavers are well below 1/4" and the poly sand I have, Gator, works fine!
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