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Just wanted to add I had another problem with...

Just wanted to add I had another problem with starting the Honda lawn mower. It would not start at all. Changed the plug and still the same thing. Decided to change the oil and add 18.5 ounces of...
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:( I feel like an idiot. I kept thinking the...

:( I feel like an idiot. I kept thinking the power strip was good which had two items plugged into it: the washer and the dryer. But guess what the dryer is not plugged into the strip it was the...
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Frigidaire front loading washing machine

Frigidaire ATF6000 front loading washing machine with no power. Triple check the outlet it's good - the dryer is on the same outlet and the dryer powers on fine. No lights no nothing, as if it has...
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Ditto Sparkplug

I was having the exact same symptoms: stalling out less than a minute of running. Only thing I want to add is this was a gradual problem. I was having these problems last summer but it would run a...
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It was the starter. So far, the stalling has not...

It was the starter. So far, the stalling has not happened. Will revisit this thread if the stalling comes back. Thanks.
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94 Sentra starting problems 1.6 auto

Been having problems starting lately - slow to crank. One day it didn't crank at all - no sound, nothing. Jumped the battery, exact same thing, nothing. Went to Pep Boys to buy a starter and...
12-16-04, 11:48 AM
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Well, I used a regular grout sealer and it's...

Well, I used a regular grout sealer and it's still white :( It's a spray-on type of grout sealer I bought from HD. It's very easy, just spray on the grout and it's done. The overspray just...
12-14-04, 09:21 AM
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Electric dryer wiring help

A friend gave us an electric dryer recently. I would like to replace the gas dryer with the electric dryer. I understand the electric dryer needs a 240V outlet. When remodeling the kitchen I replaced...
11-23-04, 07:26 AM
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grout lines turn white when dried

I grouted my kitchen floor last weekend. The grout color was suppose to be medium beige(sand) but when dried it turned white. How can I fix this? Can I re-grout over it?
11-11-04, 06:16 AM
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Online discount furniture, Natuzzi sofas??

I saw this beautiful Natuzzi sofa in Macy's Furniture in NYC last weekend but it cost about $3000 :eek: Are there any online places that sell Natuzzi sofas at a discount? Thanks.
11-10-04, 08:31 AM
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Problem solved :) I didn't need to shut off the...

Problem solved :) I didn't need to shut off the main line since there was a shutoff valve for hot water supply line underneath the kitchen in the basement. I use the wet/dry vacuum to suck all the...
11-09-04, 10:27 AM
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leak in shutoff valve soldering joint

Remodeling my kitchen. I installed new copper pipes for the water supply lines in my kitchen a couple of weeks ago. Hot and cold water supply lines and a t for the dishwasher. Installed 3 new...
10-28-04, 09:22 AM
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Probably not. In that case I could use adhesive...

Probably not. In that case I could use adhesive since it's almost impossible to remove without destroying the wall? If easy removal is necessary then nails is the way to go?
10-28-04, 08:08 AM
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Baseboard molding, adhesive or 6d finishing nails

I am about to install baseboard molding in my kitchen. Do I nail the boards in, or can I use some type of adhesive, like liquid nails? Glueing seems to be easier, won't need to cover the nail holes.
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I ended up using a hacksaw. It wasn't many but I...

I ended up using a hacksaw. It wasn't many but I figure if there's an easier way why not go with the easier method. I don't know if it's call unistrut but these steel rails are used to hang kitchen...
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Circular saw blade to cut steel

I need to cut a steel suspension railings (for Ikea cabinets). What type of blade do I need to cut steel? Thanks.
07-06-04, 10:21 AM
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Thanks for the reply coops28. Is liquid nails a...

Thanks for the reply coops28. Is liquid nails a good adhesive to glue the drywall to concrete? I came across it at the local HD and from reading the label it sounds like it might work. Also, what...
06-29-04, 06:13 AM
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Posted By mister_two

15 amp receptacles on 20 amp circuit?

I see most receptacles sold at home centers are the 15 amp/120 volt variety. And that's what I used when I replaced all my receptacles in my house. Now I found out some of those receptacles are on 20...
06-22-04, 08:03 AM
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attaching drywall to concrete?

I am in the middle of remodeling my kitchen. It is a brick ranch build in 1952 in NJ. I have removed all the walls to the studs except for one. There's one wall that faces the outside and it appears...
06-07-04, 07:31 AM
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240V outlet work with a 120V A/C?

I need to replace my A/C in the living room. The old unit use a 240V outlet. I notice a lot of new A/C with over 10,000 BTU uses a 120V outlet. Can I plug a 120V A/C into a 240V outlet? Are there...
05-21-04, 06:57 AM
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Mike, I ended up calling a local plumber. I...

Mike,

I ended up calling a local plumber. I think I found myself a good plumber. He only charged me $50 even though he came late in the evening. And he gave me a quick rundown on the local...
05-20-04, 10:08 AM
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Thanks, Mike for replying. What does a main...

Thanks, Mike for replying.

What does a main drain line look like? There is this dark looking thick (maybe 4-6 inches) pipe that runs vertically at the front of my basement. Attached to this pipe...
05-20-04, 09:01 AM
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Posted By mister_two

Question overflow basement floor drain

My basement floor drain is overflowing. Every fixture in the house is affected: washing machine, bathroom sink, shower tub, kitchen sink, etc. So I assume it's the main drain that's clogged. I...
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Posted By mister_two

It appears I need the correct size allen wrench....

It appears I need the correct size allen wrench. The small ones that go thru the hole are too small. The bigger ones don't fit the hole. I have mostly metric size allen wrenches, just a few SAE allen...
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Yes, I did. I tried a small allen wrench. I...

Yes, I did. I tried a small allen wrench. I inserted the wrench and tried to wiggle it to see if anything is inside. I also tried to use the allen wrench and a plier to pull the cylinder out. Didn't...
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