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Posted By javaman

thanks

I had considered that, but thought there might be something simple to fix this before doing that.
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Posted By javaman

Dodge Ram 50 radio

Good day all,
I have a 1990 Dodge Ram 50 comapct truck (Canadian model). the issue I'm having, which has been the same with the previous owner, is that the radio works only when the marker lights...
03-27-07, 06:53 AM
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Posted By javaman

Thumbs up CD, you confirmed what i was thinking, that a...

CD, you confirmed what i was thinking, that a belt sander would be better. The orbital sander seemed to do a good job (on the wee bit that I started), but seemed slow and got me to thinking a belt...
03-26-07, 10:50 AM
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Posted By javaman

Refinishing closet doors

What would be the most efficient way to remove the majority of old finish from a door (I have about 10 doors to do (closet and passage)):
Using an orbital sander or a belt sander?
Any responses...
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Posted By javaman

Hey, Red Deer here, I have one of those...

Hey,
Red Deer here,
I have one of those things when i got a new furnace last year. When its -20C and colder outside, the cold air just dumps into the furnace room (very unpleasant), so I covered...
03-16-06, 07:24 PM
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Posted By javaman

Jay11J, Thanks for your reply back. I got a...

Jay11J,
Thanks for your reply back.
I got a six wire 18G from local heating shop even before i got your reply back. I only need five wires for new t-stat since I do not need AC...here in western...
03-16-06, 12:50 PM
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Posted By javaman

New thermostat wiring...

Good day,
I am installing a new 2 stage thermostat, and need to run only about 30 feet of 5 conductor wire. For this length, could I use 20 gauge, or must I use 18 gauge? I've read where under 100'...
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Posted By javaman

Got it figured out

Thanks for the reply flopshot...
after taking more time away from work and reading other posts here, i got the recovery disks for comp, and am now on the way to formatting old machine.
have a good...
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Posted By javaman

Format HDD

Good afternoon,
I am trying to format my old computer hard drive, but when i try to do it, this message pops up, informing me to quit any disk utilities or other programs using the drive. i have no...
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Posted By javaman

Thumbs up Got it

I got my info from 3m and I must say, their answer was far better than the non-answers I recieved from the other two respondents to my inquiry.
The anwer to my question was 1,400 CFM.
Have a good...
11-12-05, 02:04 PM
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Posted By javaman

I can relate

Call your installer back!
I just had a new 2 stage furnace put in my home too with a 1 stage t-stat. I questioned the operation, as it would take one hour to heat the house up 1 deg celcius, and it...
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Posted By javaman

furnace filters

Good afternoon,
I use 3M filtrete Micro allergen pleated filter in my furnace.
I am inquiring if anyone here knows what the CFM or what the FPM rating is on a 16"x25"x1" filter, as i am...
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