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06-17-07, 08:50 PM
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Posted By tc1965

Question surf baitcast fishing ideas?

Greetings. I love to surf fish, and do not have a boat. I have a 10' sprinning rod and reel, but am interested in trading up to a baitcasting set that can cast farther out. Looking for...
08-05-06, 10:10 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,107
Posted By tc1965

Smile Doh!

Okay, it's late, and I'll offer that as my excuse. I went searching for my digital camera to take the photo; couldn't find it; and in my frustration tried tightening it one more time. It worked! Oh...
08-05-06, 09:28 PM
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Views: 1,107
Posted By tc1965

Angry help w/ supply line/faucet connection

Just removed old kitchen faucet (copper faucet line from copper supply line). When I loosened the connector between the two copper pipes (the top nut) to remove the old sink, I also loosened the...
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Views: 1,002
Posted By tc1965

Thanks. Looks like I have a weekend project...

Thanks.

Looks like I have a weekend project waiting for me. I'll post back next week if I have problems. Thanks again.
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Views: 1,002
Posted By tc1965

Question Multiswitch question

I have DirecTV with 2 tuners. The dish has one LNB with two lines coming out of the dish into the house. One line goes to the tuner in the master br; the other to the tuner in the family room. I...
12-17-05, 04:27 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 717
Posted By tc1965

Sorry for the late reply. You are correct, I do...

Sorry for the late reply. You are correct, I do have cartridges. The pressure is, and pardon the use of highly-technical terminology, "just average." I haven't observed it being high or low. ...
12-07-05, 07:20 PM
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Views: 717
Posted By tc1965

Question two suspicious leaks at once?

Today is the day when the cleaning folks come to my house and when I got home from work (cleaning folks were already gone), I discovered a considerable trickle (small, steady stream) from my tub...
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Posted By tc1965

Coleman dual fuel lantern issues

The Coleman 2-mantle dual fuel (Coleman fuel or unleaded gasoline) lantern I purchased is a dickens to get lit. Once lit, it never achieves great brightness, and gradually over about 20 minutes, it...
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Views: 1,236
Posted By tc1965

Thanks, Cheese. I'll double check the arrows....

Thanks, Cheese. I'll double check the arrows. I'll also plan to use new line that I purchased not long ago. Perhaps the factory-installed is old, brittle and prone to breaking easily? Hopefully...
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Views: 1,236
Posted By tc1965

line feeding problem with John Deere trimmer

I just purchased a gas powered John Deere XT120 straight shaft string trimmer. The line it came with breaks easily and is retracted inside the feeding holes (making line feeding impossible). Every...
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Views: 6,473
Posted By tc1965

I figured this out a while back, but I wanted to...

I figured this out a while back, but I wanted to close the loop. The chain to the light switch had been yanked completely out so there was just a whole where the chain should be and the two lights...
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Views: 7,472
Posted By tc1965

I just called the orange-roofed store and they'll...

I just called the orange-roofed store and they'll give me a store credit since it's so new! On being sure I filled mixed properly, to ensure I did, I used a one-gallon gasoline container, added the...
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Views: 7,472
Posted By tc1965

Thanks for the reply. Sorry, I should have been...

Thanks for the reply. Sorry, I should have been more specific. I'm not an expert so I may not have the terminology down correctly, but the repair shop said there was no compression so to get inside...
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Views: 7,472
Posted By tc1965

Dead Ryobi trimmer worth the fight?

I have a brand new Ryobi gas trimmer (model BC30, which can also be used as a brush cutter) that stopped working (puttered out, died, then wouldn't start). :wall: I properly mixed the gas and...
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Views: 929
Posted By tc1965

floor lamp wiring question

I am in the process of replacing the socket/switch assembly for a 3-way floor lamp. I successfully removed the old socket/switch assembly and the two wires are exposed and now I can't figure out to...
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Views: 6,473
Posted By tc1965

follow up

Thanks. I guess I wasn't really that clear regarding the switch on the unit. Really there are two switches: one is the chain to control the fan speed. The other is to reverse the direction of the...
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Posted By tc1965

Unhappy only 2 of 4 lights work on ceiling fan

Hello,

I'm a brand new user so forgive me if this has already been addressed recently. I moved into a home built in 1999 with a ceiling fan in the living room. It has a light fixture with 4...
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