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I emailed Lutron and they did not recommend using...

I emailed Lutron and they did not recommend using any of the versions of the Maestro timers for a parallel wired application. I do not know if they are just covering the backsides or if the...
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Thank you so much! I will look into the...

Thank you so much! I will look into the different model Maestro. . . .
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One bathroom fan with two controls

Hello,

I have installed a remote bath fan that is serving two bathrooms. I am using Lutron Maestro (Lutron MA-T51-WH Maestro Countdown Timer, White - Wall Timer Switches - Amazon.com...
05-25-14, 10:55 AM
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I won't be at the jobsite until Tuesday so no...

I won't be at the jobsite until Tuesday so no pics for now . . . Basically, the two 4 inch (left and right) sides of the hub have had their fittings (leaded / oakum type) removed. The original...
05-24-14, 06:08 AM
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For some reason I can't edit my post now. When I...

For some reason I can't edit my post now. When I said "From a reliability perspective is better to insert a cast iron stub, using a "multi tite" type rubber seal and then attach to this with a...
05-23-14, 06:28 PM
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Freud actually makes a diamond (rather than...

Freud actually makes a diamond (rather than carbide) grit blade specifically for cutting cast iron. It will still take a while but is an option when cutting is necessary rather than smashing. . .
05-23-14, 06:05 PM
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Connecting to an old cast iron hub

Hello,

I am drastically remodeling a bathroom in an 80+ year old home with cast iron sewer pipe. In the bathroom floor is 4" double tee (with 3" vent pipe coming out the top, one side services...
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Yes it was from a stone cold start up. I looked...

Yes it was from a stone cold start up. I looked at the boiler's temp gauge and it took a good 30 minutes to get the the water up to 180. It's a 15ish year old conventional boiler.
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Sucess after installing "purge station"! ...

Sucess after installing "purge station"!

Installed a garden hose fitting next to the return isolation valve, and ran water through the Kickspace loop (boiler water supply on, pressure turned up...
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Yes you assumed correctly. The plaster/drywall...

Yes you assumed correctly. The plaster/drywall (whatever it ends up being) is installed first all the way up to the jamb of the window. The trim is then applied on top of that. . . In the interest...
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Thanks again! I will post an update sometime...

Thanks again! I will post an update sometime next week, once I have power purged . . .
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Installing a hose bib type fitting on the heater...

Installing a hose bib type fitting on the heater side of the ball valve shouldn't be much trouble and that will be my next step. . .Thanks!

When the heating system is started up from cool, the...
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Yes I mean the little "pisser" (1/8" I believe). ...

Yes I mean the little "pisser" (1/8" I believe). When I purged with it I removed the brass cap and held up a bucket. It shot out pretty well and I left it open till the water got really hot. After...
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Problem with new kickspace heater

Hello,

First time poster here. Thanks in advance for any advice!

I am having problems with a new kickspace heater that I have installed for a customer in a 1920s home with hot water radiator...
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