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Can you post a link to the manual or the pic from...

Can you post a link to the manual or the pic from the page that shows the assembly? If you are looking at it in a browser, try Ctrl + to enlarge it.
05-29-16, 03:11 PM
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Posted By Pulpo

For the "broken up" lines going to the yard, I...

For the "broken up" lines going to the yard, I would disconnect them from the inside junction box & pull them through the conduit. You should be able to find the junction box close to the foundation...
05-29-16, 09:21 AM
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A: What do you mean by "broken up"? I don't know...

A: What do you mean by "broken up"? I don't know if I would put juice in them.

B: Was there overhead lighting at one time but was eliminated when the ceiling was redone? I've seen the before. ...
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Store it on top of some other wood. When it's...

Store it on top of some other wood. When it's time to reinstall it, store it in the room where it will be reinstalled for a few days. That way it can get acclimated, to the room.
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Posted By Pulpo

I don't take or send many pics. Most of the pics...

I don't take or send many pics. Most of the pics that I take are posted here or on photobucket. I use a digital camera. I don't know if it matters but the owners of that site are in Seoul, South...
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Posted By Pulpo

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie8-wi...

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie8-windows_other/turn-off-keyboard-shortcuts/d7ceed86-da55-42fe-9c21-9fa37ae462b3

That site might help you disable them.
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Posted By Pulpo

Run it with only a few pieces of clothing or a...

Run it with only a few pieces of clothing or a few towels. That way it can't be off balance.
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Posted By Pulpo

If it's not right & you have more accurate...

If it's not right & you have more accurate information, follow what they said.
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Posted By Pulpo

Even if you have spark, it won't start because...

Even if you have spark, it won't start because the cylinder is gas washed & has no compression. Squirt a few drops of oil in the cylinder & spin the engine. Change the oil too. Then go back to the...
05-25-16, 06:26 PM
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Posted By Pulpo

I worked as a helper for someone who installed a...

I worked as a helper for someone who installed a lot of sprinkler systems. We never installed whatever that is on the side of your house. The box in the ground is called a Pit Box. It stores the...
05-25-16, 04:20 PM
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Posted By Pulpo

Washing dry wall knives could certainly cause the...

Washing dry wall knives could certainly cause the problem. Soak them in a bucket of hot water.
05-25-16, 06:44 AM
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Posted By Pulpo

That's nice. I wonder what else worked that you...

That's nice. I wonder what else worked that you didn't see.
05-25-16, 06:35 AM
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Posted By Pulpo

If they are legit, why didn't the link open when...

If they are legit, why didn't the link open when stupid me clicked on it? I'm scanning my PC now.
05-25-16, 06:20 AM
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Posted By Pulpo

New Virus: Watch Out for Goo.gl Links on Twitter...

New Virus: Watch Out for Goo.gl Links on Twitter (http://lifehacker.com/5708311/new-virus-watch-out-for-googl-links-on-twitter)

What's with the .gl links in your post?
05-24-16, 03:22 PM
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Posted By Pulpo

I'm sure that it will be fine.

I'm sure that it will be fine.
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Posted By Pulpo

Chop out everything that's loose. Make a right...

Chop out everything that's loose. Make a right angled form & mix some concrete mix with a bonding agent & fill the space. Leave the form in place for a few days.
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Posted By Pulpo

Edit: Forget about Portland. I got two threads...

Edit: Forget about Portland. I got two threads confused.

I've been using a Type S mortar mix with a bonding agent. Cheap mixing pans are available.
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Posted By Pulpo

Thanks for the star but I'm not going to twist my...

Thanks for the star but I'm not going to twist my neck, for anyone.
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Posted By Pulpo

Rebar doesn't change the frost line. If you want...

Rebar doesn't change the frost line. If you want to take a chance with your design, go for it.
05-24-16, 02:47 PM
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Posted By Pulpo

IMO, I don't think that you have to anything...

IMO, I don't think that you have to anything else. PVC glue is very strong. Did you use the primer first?
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Posted By Pulpo

It's the same answer. 3.5' to 4' is where your...

It's the same answer. 3.5' to 4' is where your frost line is. That doesn't change. Any footing less than that is a risk.
05-24-16, 07:12 AM
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Posted By Pulpo

Based on that info, open the ceiling & the wall...

Based on that info, open the ceiling & the wall as you mentioned before. See what's there & let us know.
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Posted By Pulpo

I think that you need heavy duty.

I think that you need heavy duty.
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Posted By Pulpo

I'm not sure what you mean by 'larger' & 'lower'....

I'm not sure what you mean by 'larger' & 'lower'. Does that mean upper & lower or larger & smaller. Required footings in CT are probably at least 3.5'. A slab or a boarder around a slab don't...
05-24-16, 01:39 AM
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Posted By Pulpo

Are you sure that it's the sewage pipe & not a...

Are you sure that it's the sewage pipe & not a steam riser? I see a steam radiator there. Is the outside wall brick like the neighbor's house or is that fake brick siding?
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