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I would like to offer my sincere thank you for...

I would like to offer my sincere thank you for all of your help.
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Changed oil ran it for ten minutes or so. ...

Changed oil
ran it for ten minutes or so.
thick heavy white smoke with less gas.
Smoke thins out with full throttle.
No significant difference in smoke while driving.
Obvious oil leak around...
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Oil level is slightly above midway in the...

Oil level is slightly above midway in the pattern.
Smells like oil, no gassy smell, and is dark at the tip but clean higher on the stick.
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Kohler CV22S white smoke

Kohler CV22S spec 75534
Craftsman 917.273080

Brief history.
Owner was unable to start mower, had inlaw tell her it was beyond repair.
Battery removed and mower set inside storage building for...
09-17-13, 04:02 PM
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For what it might be worth, I have had one GE...

For what it might be worth, I have had one GE breaker that was bad or going bad where power would go off to everything in that circuit, but the breaker would not trip.
and have seen it happen in...
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Go back to the thread, all the way near the...

Go back to the thread, all the way near the bottom and check this message.
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Posted By Mister_Ed

Safety switch on blade engage lever. And/or ...

Safety switch on blade engage lever.
And/or
Seat safety switch.
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Posted By Mister_Ed

Thanks marbobj I "believe" that you may have...

Thanks marbobj
I "believe" that you may have just given me an answer to a problem I recently encountered.
09-16-13, 05:06 PM
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No, I didn't separate the sensor from the light...

No, I didn't separate the sensor from the light that it came with, only wired a second light in parallel with the main one controlled by the sensor, and placed the three way switch as shown.
And you...
09-16-13, 03:43 PM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

The first diagram is what I installed at my place...

The first diagram is what I installed at my place about five years ago.
With the three way switch in the on position, both lights are on.
With the three way in the other position, the lights come...
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Sorry Sparrow, been preoccupied a couple days. ...

Sorry Sparrow, been preoccupied a couple days.
I couldn't find a link anywhere that would show anything about the weather stripping.
Went to Lufkin yesterday and stopped by Lowe's and Homo Depot to...
09-09-13, 07:00 PM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

Being corrected is in the upper category of...

Being corrected is in the upper category of things that I hate to have happen to me. It aggravates me so much that I have to go and look up more information in order to prove that I am right....
09-08-13, 01:43 PM
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I don't know how to do that little thing with the...

I don't know how to do that little thing with the bubble.
I always know it all, but have often learned that what I think I know isn't always right.
The attached picture explains why I think I am...
09-08-13, 12:35 PM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

If you can do it, remove the screw that secures...

If you can do it, remove the screw that secures the offending black wire to the metal box.
Then test for voltage across a hot leg to that wire only.
If you have voltage, then you are most probably...
09-08-13, 11:32 AM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

A carny huh. Jointy, or ride jock? What show...

A carny huh.
Jointy, or ride jock?
What show you traveling with?
Just being nosey.
09-08-13, 10:55 AM
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I don't currently know of any reason why you...

I don't currently know of any reason why you "couldn't" run electrical conduit beneath your existing foundation.
As for running water line and electrical conduit in the same trench, I don't know the...
09-08-13, 10:44 AM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

Do you have power going to the receptacle that...

Do you have power going to the receptacle that you changed out is the first question?
Is that what "still didn't work?"
or is it "only" the outside wall receptacle's that don't work.
Is the...
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O.K., which white gives you voltage with the...

O.K., which white gives you voltage with the switch turned off?
That should be your return wire.
The other one should be your switch leg.

Crap, my brain is malfunctioning, I need to have my own...
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O.K., just a stab here. Of the two wires tied...

O.K., just a stab here.
Of the two wires tied with the black wire nut, one is hot from the panel, the other is a branch circuit going to other lights which is only made hot by being tied with the...
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Posted By Mister_Ed

From what I see on your first picture. Correct...

From what I see on your first picture.
Correct me if I am wrong.
The black wire nut ties two wires coming from the ceiling together.
What is the wire color of those two wires?
The Yellow wire nut...
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Posted By Mister_Ed

I think I might recommend holding off just a...

I think I might recommend holding off just a little bit pending further information, after looking at the switch itself.
Tolyn....
The white wire is often used for a switch leg where it is only hot...
09-08-13, 08:26 AM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

Check for power on the GFCI itself, not the...

Check for power on the GFCI itself, not the little green light, but for voltage on the terminal screw.
If there is voltage going into the GFCI but not out of it, then you fried it when you nicked...
09-08-13, 08:10 AM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

Where I live you "will not" use a copper clad...

Where I live you "will not" use a copper clad steel rod for an earth ground in a new service.
09-08-13, 07:58 AM
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Posted By Mister_Ed

O.K. Then which rooms are being affected?

O.K.
Then which rooms are being affected?
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Posted By Mister_Ed

This new information with the switch box suggests...

This new information with the switch box suggests something a little different.
Does the one switch control "all" of the lights?
Be my guess.
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