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04-27-09, 07:05 AM
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Posted By jj32

Can't get Lennox heat pump 10HPB36 to start via stat

Hello,

Hopefully someone here can shed some light on what might be happening with my system(s).

Here is the chain of events that led up to the problem. I have a dual zone setup in my house . ...
11-22-06, 08:18 PM
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Posted By jj32

How should it have been done?

How should it have been done?
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Posted By jj32

Thanks for the info. I meant no offense to anyone...

Thanks for the info. I meant no offense to anyone in this group. But there are incompetent people in any profession and where I live the terms "craftsman" and "crapsman" are synonomous.
11-21-06, 07:07 PM
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Posted By jj32

The door is built like a tank. Two guys could...

The door is built like a tank. Two guys could barely lift it up the 3 steps to the opening. 4'' molding on the inside keeps it flush against the drywall. It is caulked along the exterior brick. I...
11-21-06, 05:57 PM
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Posted By jj32

Not it wasn't Lowes. Lowes only carries the...

Not it wasn't Lowes. Lowes only carries the ProLine doors from Pella. The door I bought is the Architect series purchased directly from a Pella store.
11-21-06, 05:53 PM
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Posted By jj32

The door most definately has an aluminum exterior...

The door most definately has an aluminum exterior trim. Aluminum moulding was installed on the outside where standard wood/pvc brickmold would normally be used. I am almost positive they removed the...
11-21-06, 02:25 PM
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Posted By jj32

Thanks for the info. The door was purchased...

Thanks for the info. The door was purchased directly through Pella and they installed it. It's funny you mention the nailing flange because I saw them tear them off the door frame before they...
11-21-06, 11:50 AM
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Posted By jj32

New Pella door...not happy with the install

hello,

Can someone in the group comment on the following installation procedure and tell me if it was done properly and how I should handle the remaining problems.

I had a front entry door...
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Posted By jj32

Anyone know how long latex paint can be stored...

Anyone know how long latex paint can be stored and reused if it hasn't been frozen and been kept in a stable env such as a basement. I've been told up to 7 years. Some say longer. Is this correct?
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Posted By jj32

Yes it is all over. There is enough natural light...

Yes it is all over. There is enough natural light in the bathrrom so no need to switch the lights on. I think I will put one more coat on this weekend and call it quits. I'm probably being a bit anal...
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Posted By jj32

Can you put too many coats of paint on a wall

Hello,

I am also experiencing the same type of problem that a previous poster had in applying paint (roller marks and dry spots). I am using a high end SW satin paint in the bathroom and for the...
11-15-06, 09:08 AM
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Views: 1,591
Posted By jj32

More questions on insulation and framing...

Hello,

A couple of questions for you guys.

1) Which method is better; Gluing owings corning foamular 150 styrofoam directly to the poured concrete walls or using Dow blue styrofoam with furring...
11-15-06, 08:50 AM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,331
Posted By jj32

What are the pros/cons of using coarse builders...

What are the pros/cons of using coarse builders sand as a backfill for the foundation? Maybe use it for the bottom half of the wall to minimize hydrostatic pressure?
11-04-06, 12:22 PM
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Posted By jj32

The hole is 2'' in diameter. I have black duct...

The hole is 2'' in diameter. I have black duct seal and I think it would look better than the white polyurethane caulk that i picked up at HD. That was the only color available. The insulation...
11-03-06, 01:35 PM
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Posted By jj32

would duct seal be appropriate in this...

would duct seal be appropriate in this application?
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Posted By jj32

Cleaning bathroom wall before painting.

Need tips on how best to clean a bathroom wall before paint is applied. thnxs
10-31-06, 08:17 AM
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Views: 1,199
Posted By jj32

Best way to seal opening in rim joist used for heat pump lines?

What is recommended to seal the hole around the copper tubing entering the basement from the heat pump? I read the label on the back of DOW Great Stuff foam and it specifically states to NOT use it...
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Views: 3,112
Posted By jj32

What is the advantage to using a bathroom/kitchen paint??

Hello -

I need to repaint a bathroom. The shower/toilet are located in an area approximate 4'x5' (very small). There is a window and an 80cfm that I installed to help with the moisture control. Is...
10-30-06, 09:12 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 16,515
Posted By jj32

More puzzled than motivated at this point. I live...

More puzzled than motivated at this point. I live alone and there is another live receptacle two feet outside the bathroom door so I can wait a bit longer. I'm curious about one thing. If there is a...
10-30-06, 07:58 AM
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Posted By jj32

I disagree. I have a properly functioning drain...

I disagree. I have a properly functioning drain tile system and I still had water seeping through a crack. The funny part is that I dug down to where I thought the crack would be from the outside and...
10-28-06, 04:33 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 16,515
Posted By jj32

Well this is strange. The GFCI just out side of...

Well this is strange. The GFCI just out side of the master bath is working, When it trips, it kills all the lights in the master bath. So I'm think this a seperate GFCI curcuit.

One other thin I...
10-28-06, 04:21 PM
Replies: 30
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Posted By jj32

Well if it's in th attic I sure hope it's mounted...

Well if it's in th attic I sure hope it's mounted within line of sight. There is about 3-4 ft of loose fill fiberglass insulation in the attic. They wouldn't have been stupid enough to mount it on a...
10-28-06, 02:52 PM
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Views: 16,515
Posted By jj32

I have a basement. No crawl space. Could it be in...

I have a basement. No crawl space. Could it be in the attic? This is the only place I haven't checked. Not sure what you mean by heat tape. Is this used to prevent pipes near the foundation from...
10-28-06, 02:00 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 16,515
Posted By jj32

There is no test button on the breaker. It...

There is no test button on the breaker. It appears to be the same style of breaker as the others. Nevertheless, I cycled the breaker. No luck. I double checked all the GFCIs again. No luck. WTF???...
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