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The gauge of the wire. I have interconnect cables...

The gauge of the wire. I have interconnect cables for the golf cartís 48v system - 8 6v batteries - and have some connectors that are made with 4 gauge wire and some with 6 gauge.
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Using 4 and 6 gauge connectors for golf cart

I ordered some new 4 gauge connectors but could only get 1 set ( I needed 2) as they are back ordered. Can I connect the new 4 gauge and use with the old 6 gauge until I get the other set?
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I tried some diluted simple green but I'll try...

I tried some diluted simple green but I'll try full strength
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shower floor tile dirt accumulation

This build it has been difficult to remove. Any suggestions on a cleaning product and tool? Stiff bristle brush?
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Mercury 25 EFI Four Stroke motor alarm/beep

I have this on a Boston Whaler. Motor Model is: 1A25413FK. Serial is: OR546452.

Sometimes I'll be out and the alarm/beep will sound and the warning light will light up. If I shut off the motor and...
06-14-20, 07:20 PM
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Thanks, XSleeper. I'm not aware of any...

Thanks, XSleeper.

I'm not aware of any leaks. The pitch of the roof/attic space is a little narrow and is uninsulated. Other areas in the house have some cracking but these rooms are the worst.
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06-14-20, 11:36 AM
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Lath and Plaster ceiling cracks and sagging spots

My girlfriend's mom's house is an old craftsman bungalow kit home built in 1918 (we're in the SF bay area).

I'm going to fix up the place and one of the issues is the cracks in the coved...
05-27-20, 04:40 PM
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The showers are used daily. I did lift the...

The showers are used daily.

I did lift the grate and saw the water. I didn't see bubbles but there was some movement to it.

I do routine snaking of the drains to remove hair and didn't find...
05-27-20, 12:00 PM
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Sewer smell coming up from shower drain

We have 4 private showers at our building Two for each bathroom with the drains side by side for each bathroom. There is a public accessible restroom on the back of the building. No showers there,...
05-19-20, 12:00 PM
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That is a good point, Pilot Dane. Also, the angle...

That is a good point, Pilot Dane. Also, the angle would be contingent upon the tide. Even at high tide, it wouldn't be an exactly over head angle and I was worried about the side force.

Your plan...
05-19-20, 11:20 AM
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Safely supporting PVC sewage line

I have to replace this rotted wood that bolts to the angle iron frame. This is a sewage line coming off a dock with a flex hose that then mounts under the gangway ramp.

I'm thinking of strapping...
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Thanks, guys. It seems risky. These...

Thanks, guys.

It seems risky. These batteries are form 2015 - the last tech that installed them labeled the date - so they may be on their way out anyways.

A prior tech had said they failed a...
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The HF load tester came in the mail. Is it...

The HF load tester came in the mail. Is it possible to charge the batteries with on less in the circuit. As I mentioned in the OP, one was stolen. I imagine the charge is real low. Hooking the test...
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Home Depot sells some incandescent. I tried a...

Home Depot sells some incandescent. I tried a 5000k LED bulb we have in the can and it didn't seem very bright and had a little noise to it, making me think the rheostat was causing an issue? I...
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48v golf cart batteries life cycle and need one replacement

We have an EZGO MPT 1000 and someone stole one of the batteries. We have Trojan T-105 batteries in there. Last time we had the cart serviced, the tech said the batteries failed a load test.

Is...
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Track light bulbs with Rheostat - can you use LED?

We have some track lights - two sets with three cans on each track - that are hooked up to what I think it's likely a rheostat and not a more modern dimmer. The building was built probably in the...
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I was under the impression Starboard may not be...

I was under the impression Starboard may not be as strong, structurally as the ply. If that isn't the case then I would for sure go with the SB.
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bumping this. I've decided to use the ply but...

bumping this. I've decided to use the ply but wanted a coating that will not wear like latex paint will. The current piece of wood I'm replacing rotted as the ply edge was what was exposed most to...
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Shower faucet leak

We have these shower faucets at work and this one is leaking. I can hear, even with the handle turned totally off a little water is seeping through.

I partially dismantled it but I'm not sure how...
03-23-20, 02:59 PM
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Yes, there are many ways someone could get in if...

Yes, there are many ways someone could get in if they really wanted to but to me, breaking the glass to access the dead bolt and knob wouldn't be the simplest - some might be deterred by the time it...
03-23-20, 01:36 PM
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Security material for portion of glass front door

The front door to my apartment has a middle section which is comprised of three sections of glass with wood framing in between - see the picture below. The entire section is about 20'' or so Wide by...
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I should make it clear the support panel won't be...

I should make it clear the support panel won't be submerged in water, if that makes a difference.

Regarding the epoxy, I was thinking if the coating with help prevent any cracking in the ply from...
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Marine-grade ply (w/ epoxy) vs Starboard plastic

Thoughts on painting 3/4'' marine grade ply to support vertical 3'' water supply line vs starboard plastic.

The panel would be secured to an existing angle iron frame via 3/8'' carriage bolts. The...
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spray lacquer off-gasing duration

I used 3 coats of Deft semi-gloss rattle can lacquer and polished it lightly with some bees wax. How long should I expect for it to off-gas/cure?
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