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I was mistakenly calling the 1st floor the 2nd...

I was mistakenly calling the 1st floor the 2nd floor, but because you have two thermostats then you more then likely have some flow controllers in line.

Some pictures would be nice, because this...
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But Mike when buying a used(new to you) vehicle...

But Mike when buying a used(new to you) vehicle it is easy to check the that group of vehicles for known drive train problems. These are the most important big ticket areas to know about before...
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I would put my money on Bad Pump, air in the 2nd...

I would put my money on Bad Pump, air in the 2nd floor radiators, or some sort of restriction in the second floor feeder or return line (a long shot , but easy to test). When the boiler has been on...
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To repair plastic I have had good luck with...

To repair plastic I have had good luck with Oatey's #30821 all purpose cement for ABS, CPVC, and PVC plastic. Oatey can be found in the plumbing department of most home repair stores. It is clear and...
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The answer is, Because Dodge does not value the...

The answer is, Because Dodge does not value the customer. That has to be the only answer. All screws that can be exposed to water should be an alloy or coated screw that will not oxidize, and all...
12-12-12, 11:36 PM
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PJmax's sounds about right. Why do you think you...

PJmax's sounds about right. Why do you think you are near your services maximum load. You could remove a high usage appliance, but I don't think you need to.

I assume your Heater is either Natural...
12-12-12, 10:35 PM
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When someone says stuff like: They are...

When someone says stuff like:



They are either a politician, someone trying to start some mess, or someone having a bad day. You don't need to interpret my words. I may have poor spelling but...
12-12-12, 09:49 PM
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Have you actually cut away the wall to see how...

Have you actually cut away the wall to see how thick the metal studs are. If you can bend the back of the "U" channels in with your thumb and forefinger then I would consider an alternative. Also how...
12-12-12, 08:11 PM
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Is the shed plastic or a real wooden shed? ...

Is the shed plastic or a real wooden shed?

That sounds like a simple circuit. I would at least add one more box for a light fixture. That would run like this:

Power input fixture-in outside...
12-12-12, 07:55 PM
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You are right but it does protect that ungrounded...

You are right but it does protect that ungrounded system, and is an acceptable practice under NEC. Don't believe me?... Read on.
12-12-12, 06:56 PM
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This was not intended as a fix, but instead as a...

This was not intended as a fix, but instead as a diagnostics procedure. The three blink directly point to the pressure switch. This Pressure switch is simply an pressure indicator. The inducer...
12-12-12, 06:44 PM
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NashKat1's question had specific parameters and...

NashKat1's question had specific parameters and this was the only solution that fit. I love learning. That is the whole point of living. So, Break me off some knowledge CasualJoe. Enlighten us (or...
12-12-12, 06:35 PM
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Good! Sounds like you are back in business. ...

Good! Sounds like you are back in business.

We usually don't pay attention, but modern furnaces and boilers are not like light switches. They don't instantly turn on and off when you change the...
12-12-12, 02:22 PM
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Do you have a helper? Let the green wire...

Do you have a helper?

Let the green wire hand free and just connecting the red and white. You really need to see what the furnace is doing when you connect the red and white wires. Remember...
12-12-12, 01:34 PM
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Most homes have 24V AC or 12V AC inductive...

Most homes have 24V AC or 12V AC inductive transformers for the doorbell. And they usually last for the 40, 50, or more years before they have to be changed. But these small made-to-fail 12V...
12-12-12, 12:52 PM
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These guys go through manually bypassing the...

These guys go through manually bypassing the pressure switch to determine if it is working or not. The guy with the furnace got it to work by: disconnecting the two wires going to the pressure switch...
12-12-12, 12:38 PM
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From what you are saying "YOU DO NOT HAVE A HEAT...

From what you are saying "YOU DO NOT HAVE A HEAT PUMP".

You only have "5" wires coming to your thermostat

and you have the thermostats wires correctly in as follows:

:)

When you removed...
12-12-12, 04:19 AM
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To be clear Great Stuff foam comes in two...

To be clear Great Stuff foam comes in two different major forms. The more common and least expensive highly expanding stuff in the RED CAN(of which I was speaking on), and the more expensive "Windows...
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I double down on ...

I double down on

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12-12-12, 02:04 AM
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How to Ground an Electrical Outlet In an Old...

How to Ground an Electrical Outlet In an Old 1950s House With No Grounding Wire

Ground an electrical outlet with no grounding wire by installing a GFCI(Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter)...
12-12-12, 01:28 AM
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As I am an engineer, I sometimes forget that not...

As I am an engineer, I sometimes forget that not everyone knows how to use a DVM(Digital Voltage Meter synonymous with Digital Multi-Meter) or even what it is. In this regard I meant that...
12-12-12, 12:21 AM
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I assume by turn the power off you mean you...

I assume by turn the power off you mean you removed the batteries. Wiring wise, most control boards will simply blow the 24v Power fuse if you short the R(red) & C(blue or Black) thermostat wires...
12-11-12, 08:55 PM
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I did a quick Google search and found: ...

I did a quick Google search and found:

Hello, check the small clear tubing that goes from the pressure switch to the inducer motor, sometimes water can drain back into it preventing the pressure...
12-11-12, 07:01 PM
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But it does need a ground. Either way it was...

But it does need a ground.

Either way it was just a suggestion, and "IF" a ground spike was used you would lose nothing and at the very least get a neat lightning rod (don't bite my head off. I...
12-11-12, 06:22 PM
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OK. bad ground feed from the house. no ground in...

OK. bad ground feed from the house. no ground in the shed. One poorly wired power tool. Touch tool and conduit. Dead person on the ground. Really bad Christmas.

OR. bad ground feed from the...
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