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Well, both things happened on this. When I...

Well, both things happened on this.

When I was smoothing it out, there was a considerable amount of water on top. (The largest cement trowel I have is considerably smaller than the width of the...
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Well, life interrupted and I finally was able to...

Well, life interrupted and I finally was able to circle back around to this project last weekend. Did exactly as you said - tore out all the old concrete and replaced it. Didn't need to use a hammer...
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Got it - thank you again.

Got it - thank you again.
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I want minimally expanding spray foam for this...

I want minimally expanding spray foam for this application, correct?
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That certainly sounds a LOT faster, easier, and...

That certainly sounds a LOT faster, easier, and longer lasting than my idea! Going to go with that - off to buy some spray foam, wheels, and another bag of concrete. Thank you so much. :)
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Unhappy Top of Steps - Options?

My sister's garage has wooden steps that go down into her basement. The top step is (was) part of the garage floor slab. It was cracked all the way across and about an inch higher than the rest of...
04-15-20, 09:45 AM
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Non-grounded romex did meet code at the time the...

Non-grounded romex did meet code at the time the house was wired, but I stand by my statement that the house was wired by an idiot. (Somehow, I doubt that using brown lamp wire, cloth electrical...
04-11-20, 07:57 AM
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Sorry for not being clear @qwertyjjj - they are...

Sorry for not being clear @qwertyjjj - they are all single-pole switches. (I probably shouldn't have even included the part about there being an upstairs switch controlling the other light...
04-10-20, 07:36 PM
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I can easily change which conductor feeds the...

I can easily change which conductor feeds the switch & which is the return, but don't see what difference that will make. Same thing with the return; they're all wired to the same bar in the breaker...
04-10-20, 01:57 PM
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Question Weird Electrical - 7 Volts when Off

My basement has one room running the entire length of the house. There is one light controlled by a switch upstairs and 2 additional 'wing lights', each with 2 light bulbs in, controlled by two...
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